[R] postscript output sideways
ligges at statistik.uni-dortmund.de
Fri Mar 1 08:37:46 CET 2002
David A Richmond wrote:
> My plots are all coming out sideways! If I do the following:
> > postscript("plot1.ps",horizontal=TRUE,paper="letter")
> > plot(ns,meanpl/maxvec)
> > dev.off(2)
> The output file has "ns" on the left and the "meanpl/maxvec" on the top!
> It doesn't matter if I change the horizontal flag to FALSE.
If you change it to FALSE, "ns" will be at the bottom and
"meanpl/maxvec" on the left (for me with R-1.4.1 on WinNT4). Are you
sure to have configured your GhostView (or whatever) correctly?
If it doesn't work, please tell us details, particularly your version of
R and your OS ...
> I have noticed, however that If I create my own graph from scratch, using
> frame(), box(), plot.window(), axis(), and points(), the resulting
> postscript output is oriented correctly. Unfortuneately, I don't know how
> to add axis labels (like "ns" and "meanpl/maxvec") this way.
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