[Rd] .eps form of the R logo
Prof Brian D Ripley
Wed, 20 Jun 2001 22:21:40 +0100 (BST)
On 20 Jun 2001, Douglas Bates wrote:
> Thomas Lumley and I are creating slides for short courses on R. We
> are using the prosper style for LaTeX (see prosper.sourceforge.net)
> which allows the use of a logo on the slides. It seems to be able to
> handle .ps or .eps files. The only versions of the R logo that I have
> been able to find are .jpeg. Although I can convert the .jpeg file to
> .eps in an image manipulation program like GIMP I would prefer not
> to duplicate the effort of others. Has someone already done this? If
> so, where would I find the file?
In the Rnews sources, on your machine, file Rlogo.eps.
I do teach my students not to put logos on slides, though. They (and
frames) only serve to distract the eye from the real information.
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