[R] Rpad graphics
izahn at psych.rochester.edu
Mon Dec 15 00:45:40 CET 2008
Thanks so much for responding. I should have replied to myself and
reported my solution to the problem. For some reason Rpad was looking
for the image files in Rpad/Rpad/server/ddxxxxxx when it should have
been looking in Rpad/server/ddxxxxxx. I fixed it just by soft linking
the Rpad into itself so that Rpad/Rpad/... is a valid path. Not the
greatest solution I'm sure, but it works.
On Sun, Dec 14, 2008 at 6:32 PM, David Winsemius <dwinsemius at comcast.net> wrote:
> Just a follow-up after remembering that I attachget a pdf as well as a tiff:
> On Dec 14, 2008, at 5:10 PM, Paul Hiemstra wrote:
>> Ista Zahn schreef:
>>> I'm not sure this is the appropriate forum--please let me know if I
>>> should post somewhere else.
>>> I have Rpad version 1.3.0 set up on my webserver. It works, except
>>> that graphics are not displayed. They are created (i.e., when I run
>>> the example I see that graphics files are created in
>>> Rpad/server/xxxxxxxxx) but they don't appear on the web page.
>>> Everything else seems to be working. Any help getting the graphics to
>>> appear would be much appreciated. You can test the behavior at
>>> http://prometheus.scp.rochester.edu/Rpad if you like.
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>> What piece of R-code produces the graph? By any chance using the lattice
>> package? Try wrapping your lattice-plot commands in print() statements. But
>> this is ofcourse a hunch, as you don't provide specifics on your situation.
>> (OS, 32 vs 64 bit, short reproducible example showing your problem, etc).
>> Drs. Paul Hiemstra
>> Department of Physical Geography
>> Faculty of Geosciences
>> University of Utrecht
>> Heidelberglaan 2
>> P.O. Box 80.115
>> 3508 TC Utrecht
>> Phone: +31302535773
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>> PLEASE do read the posting guide
>> and provide commented, minimal, self-contained, reproducible code.
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