[R] Tiff plot Resolution issues
f.harrell at vanderbilt.edu
Wed May 1 21:49:40 CEST 2013
Why do you need TIFF? I've never seen a science journal that claims they
want TIFF figure submissions who are really serious about that. This is a
very wasteful format. Most journals want PDF.
> I am trying to create a high resolution tiff. It is not working.
> I am on Windows XP 32-bit
> R 3.0.0
> Code input:
> tiff(file="test.tiff",width=6.83,height=6.83,units="in", res=1200)
> Return Message:
> Error in tiff(file = "test.tiff", width = 6.83, height = 6.83, units =
> "in", :
> unable to start tiff() device
> In addition: Warning messages:
> 1: In tiff(file = "test.tiff", width = 6.83, height = 6.83, units = "in",
> unable to allocate bitmap
> 2: In tiff(file = "test.tiff", width = 6.83, height = 6.83, units = "in",
> opening device failed
> capabilities("tiff") returns TRUE
> It must be a tiff, that is what the journal requires.
> Thank You
> Michael V. Clawson
> Predoctoral Research Associate
> School of Environmental and Forest Sciences,
> University of Washington
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Department of Biostatistics, Vanderbilt University
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