[R] [FORGED] Re: Display time of PDF plots
p@u| @end|ng |rom @t@t@@uck|@nd@@c@nz
Mon Sep 3 21:32:49 CEST 2018
Another option is to just rasterize the points (but leave the rest of
the plot vector). See ...
On 04/09/18 06:20, Bert Gunter wrote:
> 1. Plot a random sample of the points (e.g. of rows of matrix/dataframe
> containing "x" and "y" columns
> 2. See the hexbin package
> 3. Check out the graphics taskview on cran:
> (though it may be somewhat dated by now)
> 4. Internet search: e.g. on "display scatterplots with thousands of
> typical hit:
> 5. Search/Post on stats.stackexchange.com instead.
> -- Bert
> Bert Gunter
> "The trouble with having an open mind is that people keep coming along and
> sticking things into it."
> -- Opus (aka Berkeley Breathed in his "Bloom County" comic strip )
> On Mon, Sep 3, 2018 at 10:45 AM Rich Shepard <rshepard using appl-ecosys.com>
>> This may be an inappropriate forum for this question. If so, please
>> me in a better direction.
>> A current project includes scatter plots with thousands of points. Saved
>> as PDF files they display slowly using a pdf viewer or when included in the
>> PDF output of a LaTeX document.
>> Is there a process by which these plots can be 'thinned' so they show
>> same overall patterns but with fewer points so they display more quickly?
>> Rasterizing them to .jpg files using 'convert' allows them to load
>> immediately, but the bit-mapped resolution is, of course, much lower than
>> the vector PDF format.
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