[R] graph bugs using R on MAC
bby2103 at columbia.edu
bby2103 at columbia.edu
Sun Sep 18 22:11:47 CEST 2011
Yes, I'm positive I had the right window highlighted, and I have shown
this problem to lots of people including tech staff, to get no
answers. So I suspect it's probably a somewhat obscure problem.
Duncan, thanks for the lead on the new group. I will follow up on
that. What is the copy2eps? Is it to Excel? Do you get that option in R?
Quoting Duncan Murdoch <murdoch.duncan at gmail.com>:
> On 11-09-18 3:48 PM, Don McKenzie wrote:
>> On 18-Sep-11, at 12:38 PM, bby2103 at columbia.edu wrote:
>>> This is has been bugging me for a long time. Nobody around me seems
>>> to have this problem. I hope someone on the forum could help me.
>>> When I generate a R graph and want to bring the image into Word. I
>>> cannot copy and paste it like many of my classmates can do. The
>>> "Select" in Edit menu have all options grayed out.
>> You want "Copy", not "Select". Then Paste into your word processor.
> That doesn't work for me with OpenOffice (I don't have Word).
> copy2eps(file="some.eps") does work, along with Insert | Picture | From
>>> So what I ended up doing is to save it as pdf file and bring it
>>> into Word. But if I use "Identify" in the Plot statement, there
>>> will be values labels on the graph when you click on the
>>> observation. For some reason, these labels don't show up in the pdf
> They did show up with copy2eps(). I didn't try copy2pdf(); my copy of
> OpenOffice doesn't recognize .pdf as a picture type.
> But Bonnie will probably get a better answer on the R-sig-mac list.
> Duncan Murdoch
>>> So the last resort I have is prinscreen, which always have
>>> irrelevant things showing.
>>> I've tried updating R/OS and all softwares on my MAC, but nothing
>>> seems to do anything. I have OX 10.6.8. Does this problem sound
>>> familiar to anyone?
>>> Thanks in advance!
>>> Bonnie Yuan
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