[R-meta] Formatting forest.rma for journal submission
Viechtbauer, Wolfgang (SP)
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Tue Jan 19 09:23:52 CET 2021
I don't know how you are saving these jpeg files, but you should be using:
jpeg("filename.jpeg", width=<>, height=<>, pointsize=<>, quality=<>)
<code to create the forest plot>
Then adjust width, height, pointsize, and quality according to your needs.
This aside, jpeg is not a good choice for such images. I would go with png or tiff.
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>Subject: [R-meta] Formatting forest.rma for journal submission
>ATTACHMENT(S) REMOVED: Example 2.jpeg | Example 1.jpeg | Example 3.jpeg
>I managed to get the subgroup forest plots created in r. Overall I think
>they look good but I am having some issues with "Example 3" (see attached).
>I would like this to look similar to "Example 1" and "Example 2", but the
>text is too squashed down. There are many more effects included in this one,
>but I don't know how to address this. Any recommendations?
>Dylan Johnson, MSc
>MA Student, School and Clinical Child Psychology
>Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development
>University of Toronto
>252 Bloor Street West
>Toronto, ON M5S 1V6
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