[R] How to use internationalization of R on Linux?
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Mon Oct 15 13:53:26 CEST 2012
On 15/10/12 08:32, Manish Gupta wrote:
> I am working on internationalization of R on linux. I have xml file which
> has data in Chinese language. I need to read it and plot it. How can i do
> it using internationalization on linux?
By following the R manuals. If you use a UTF-8 locale there is normally
no problem in reading. Plotting depends on the device (unstated here)
: see the help for pdf() for example.
Note that there are *two* written 'Chinese language': you may need to
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