[R] x labels out of Quartz canvas
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Wed Jun 18 08:07:33 CEST 2008
On Tue, 17 Jun 2008, MeMooMeM wrote:
> Thanks a lot!
> I looked at the document. It shows how to set the size of the canvas,
I don't believe it does.
> but not how to change it *after* plotting. Now I start with a bigger
> canvas, but the plot is scaled into it, so I am having the same problem
> again :(
You need to set the *margins* not the size of the canvas. See par's mai
and mar and the figures in that document.
Hint: see the footer of this message -- if you provide a reproducible
example and all the info the posting guide asks for you will get more
> I keep on reading tough. Thanks a lot for your help!
> Prof Brian Ripley wrote:
>> You do this by adjusting the margin sizes. Can I suggest you read 'An
>> Introduction to R', which has a section on the layout of graphics (perhaps
>> the only area in which it is comprehensive).
>> On Mon, 16 Jun 2008, MeMooMeM wrote:
>>> Hi R world,
>>> I am such a newbie, with only 4-5 days of R experience. I did a search in
>>> forum history but couldn't find a solution to my problem... Sorry if it's
>>> I managed to draw a barplot (yey!) with xlabels of 'long' names
>>> to be particular). To make them readable, I place them perpendicular to
>>> axis (las=2). When I do that, however, these names don't fit inside the
>>> Quartz window and they are truncated.
>>> Is there a way to change the Quartz window size after plotting (or, as an
>>> alternative, to scale the plot down so it fits in there) ?
>>> Thanks a lot!
>>> PS: This is the very first of my zillion of questions!
> PLEASE do read the posting guide http://www.R-project.org/posting-guide.html
> and provide commented, minimal, self-contained, reproducible code.
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