[R] Example of the use of the "crt" graphical parameter?
bgunter.4567 at gmail.com
Mon May 1 23:08:57 CEST 2017
Hard to know what you want or did without code.
But, a guess: did you want the "srt" parameter and not "crt"?
Of course, it's always useful to read the man page, in this case for
?par, where it says:
(for crt): "A numerical value specifying (in degrees) how **single
characters** should be rotated. It is unwise to expect values other
than multiples of 90 to work. Compare with srt which does string
rotation." [note: "string" = several characters = text]
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On Mon, May 1, 2017 at 1:57 PM, Michael Hannon
<jmhannon.ucdavis at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, folks. This is an issue that we've defined away, but I recently
> thought it would be useful to rotate characters in some marginal text
> in a base-R plot. I made a few stabs on using the "crt" parameter but
> was unsuccessful.
> I'm deliberately omitting details of my attempts, as I want just to
> focus on the following: if you know of any working example of the use
> of that parameter. will you please send me a link to it? Thanks.
> (Note that there are *many* links to Cathode Ray Tubes,)
> -- Mike
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