[R-SIG-Mac] Location of plot() window
obrienralph at gmail.com
Mon Apr 30 22:00:54 CEST 2018
PlotDirector() instructs R to
<> display the next plot in a separate graphics window appropriate for the
operating system being used (Windows, Mac, or Linux),
<> build a graphics file in PDF, JPG, PNG, or SVG format.
Visit http://rfuncs.weebly.com/plotdirector.html for full description and
to download the code.
I welcome all feedback.
Ralph O'Brien, PhD
Retired Professor of Biostatistics
(but still keenly professionally active:
Dept. of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences
Case Western Reserve University
910.553.4224; Cell: 216.312.3203
*“People have the mistaken impression that mathematics is just equations,
In fact, equations are just the boring part of mathematics."*
*― *Stephen W. Hawking, 1942-2018
On Mon, Apr 30, 2018 at 11:46 AM, Dennis Fisher <fisher at plessthan.com>
> R 3.5.0
> OS X
> When I open a plot() window on-screen, it appears in the lower left corner
> of the screen.
> Is it possible to control the location? If so, what commands?
> And, if so, can I locate it to a display other than the primary display?
> Dennis Fisher MD
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