[R] .ps files in R
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Wed Jul 23 20:56:36 CEST 2003
Did you read ?postscript ? You want an encapsulated PS (EPS) file to
include in LaTeX, and that page tells you the options required.
On Wed, 23 Jul 2003, Johanna Hardin wrote:
> I have recently "printed" in R to a postscript file. I'm working on a SSH
> without an X terminal. It was fairly automatic:
> > plot(x,y)
> > dev.off()
> And then the default creates a file called Rplots.ps which I can ftp to my
> laptop and open in Ghostscript. I can see the file, and nothing looks odd.
> However, when I import it into LaTeX, it refuses to configure right side up.
> (It stays 90 degrees.) I've tried saving it as .eps with different options
> in ghostscript. I've also tried many different rotating commands in LaTeX
> (angle in \includegraphics, \rotate, \sideways,...) But, the picture seems
> to be unaffected by any of these commands.
> Does anyone know a trick to getting R postscript files into LaTeX?
> Thanks, Jo
> Johanna Hardin
> Department of Mathematics & Computer Science
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