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2006 Jan 22
6
SeBackupPrivilege
We''re using Samba 3.0.21a-1 on a CentOS 4.2 server (kernel 2.6.9-22.0.2.ELsmp); everything works more or less fine, it''s functioning as the PDC with an OpenLDAP back end (setup essentially straight from the Idealx.org playbook), etc. We''re trying to mount Windows shares to back them up, and getting "permission denied" errors when trying to read certain
2001 Jun 11
0
mult.fig() utility [was "margin text mtext"]
..., even something as innocuous looking as "old.par". I certainly object to putting something like that into a public library, however clever and useful the code might be. It just is not safe. As a quick way round this I suggest the following (R only) solution: 1. Give the function mult.fig an explicit local environment on definition: > environment(mult.fig) <- new.env() 2. Instead of using the superassignment operator, assign the restore list to the local environment of multi.fig (from within multi.fig): assign("old.par", ......, envir = environment(mult.fig)) 3...
2006 Nov 02
2
rotated figures within Sweave?
I can''t recall (or find an example of) how to rotate figures in Sweave: <<fig=TRUE, echo=false, width=9, landscape=TRUE>>= ??? <<fig=TRUE, echo=false, width=9, rotate=true>>= ??? <<fig=TRUE, echo=false, width=9, sideways=TRUE>>= ??? <<fig=TRUE, echo=false, width=9, par=(something)>>= ??? Does anyone know...
2000 Oct 25
2
par(ask=T) in termplot()
Hi, I think it would be nice to have par(ask=T) set by default in termplot(), like it is in plot.lm(). Best, Emmanuel Paradis -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- r-devel mailing list -- Read http://www.ci.tuwien.ac.at/~hornik/R/R-FAQ.html Send "info", "help", or "[un]subscribe" (in the
1998 Jan 30
1
R-beta: Fig driver for "R"?
Hello all R users and developers! In the "Notes on R" I have found the following information: (page 60, 13-th footnote) "... a better solution is to use the fig() driver (available from statlib) and use a conversion program, such as fig2dev, to convert the resultant fig code to Encapsulated Podtscript." I was very glad to read it, because I'm often forced to use specifically Polish characters (like L-stroke, a-ogonek etc.) in my drawings' lege...
2013 Jun 19
3
knitr without R studio
...Graph 2 <#location2> </p> ```{r table1, comment=NA, results='asis'} library(xtable) data(iris) print(xtable(head(iris, 10)), type = "html", include.rownames = T) ``` ```{r, include=FALSE} opts_knit$set(progress = TRUE, verbose = TRUE) opts_chunk$set(fig.width=20, fig.height=12) knit_hooks$set(fig.bg = function(before, options, envir) { if (before) par(bg = options$fig.bg) }) ``` ```{r graphs,fig.keep=’last’} for (x in 1:10) plot(rnorm(100), col = x) ``` ```{r graph1} plot(rnorm(500), type="lines", main="Graph1&quot...
1998 Mar 26
1
R-beta: multiplot using fig
I followed Bill Venables's suggestion and tried to make a multiplot figure with fig (using R .62). > x<-rnorm(100) > y<-rnorm(100) > x11() > par(fig=c(0,2/3,0,1)) > plot(x,y) > par(fig=c(2/3,1,0,1)) > qqnorm(x) > postscript(file="twoplot.ps") > par(fig=c(0,2/3,0,1)) > plot(x,y) > par(fig=c(...
1999 Dec 02
1
problem with par(fig=value)
hello all, I want to draw a figure with multiple plot on the same page using the par(fig=value) parameter but > par(fig = c(0, 50, 60, 95)/100, adj = 5/10) > eboulis(iris.acp) > par(fig = c(45, 100, 60, 95)/100, mgp = c(3, 1/2, 0)) > boites(iris.acp) draw the graphics on 2 different pages. what am I...
2000 Feb 14
2
par(fig) problem
hello R-users, I'd like to plot four graphics on the same page but with different sizes. I've tried to use : par(fig=c(0,0.5,0,0.6)) plot(fig1) par(fig=c(0.5,1,0,0.6)) plot(fig2) etc... but when a figure is plotted, it erase the previous. I've tried to pass 'new=T' to plot function but it's not possible. What can I do ? is it a bug ? I've already reported this a 2 or 3 month ago but I can...
2007 Dec 01
8
Sweave: Variables in code chunk headers
I would like to be able to do something like this: <<echo=F,fig=T,width=mywidth>>= ... @ with mywidth set in a previous code chunk. Is there a way to do this in Sweave? (Sorry for two questions in a row, I have been saving these up.) -- Michael
2007 Dec 01
8
Sweave: Variables in code chunk headers
I would like to be able to do something like this: <<echo=F,fig=T,width=mywidth>>= ... @ with mywidth set in a previous code chunk. Is there a way to do this in Sweave? (Sorry for two questions in a row, I have been saving these up.) -- Michael
2005 Nov 18
1
How to plot two dataset in one fig?
Hi all, I am new in R tool. I would like to plot two dataset in in fig. Here is what I did for both a and b data sets jpeg(file="a.jpeg") dat<-read.table(''a'', header=F, sep='','') dim(dat) y<-dat[,1] y<-y[!is.na(y)] plot(y);lines(lowess(y, f=0.05), col = ("red"), lwd=5) dev.off Two questions: 1. How...
1997 Nov 20
3
R-beta: edit figs with xfig?
Question for R users under unix: Do you ever edit figs created by R using xfig or some other program? I tried to edit a figure with xfig (a program which I find quite horrible by the way) and it said it couldn't read it in. I guess xfig has no capability of reading postscript files? Can anyone tell me how to do it, or perhaps suggest another fr...
2000 Feb 14
0
summary : par(fig)
...t graphics and this solution doesn't match my needs. E. Paradis and P. Dalgaard made me discover a new (for me!) function : layout() which may do the job (I'm exploring the possibilities). But I finally chose the P. Dalgaard' s solution of setting par(new=T) between each plot say: par(fig=c(0,0.5,0,0.6)) plot(fig1) par(fig=c(0.5,1,0,0.6),new=T) plot(fig2) etc. thanks very much, Mathieu ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Mathieu Ros - 13 rue b?vi?re - 38000 GRENOBLE - 04 76 491 370 http://mathieu.ros.free.fr/ DESS ing?nierie math?...
2011 Feb 13
2
Recoding using the memisc package
Dear All, I am trying to recode a variable using the functions provided by "memisc" package. Actually I am following the examples on page 9-10 of the vignette: -------------------------------------------------------------------------- d.fig <- within(d.fig,{ sev <- recode(sev, 1 -> 0.9, 2 -> 1.0, 3 -> 1.1, 4 -> 1.2, 5 -> 1.3, 6 -> 1.4, 7 -> 1.5, 8 -> 1.6, 9 -> 1.7,...
2011 May 06
1
Sweave: no eps fig
Hi everyone, I''m using R, Latex and Sweave for some years now, but today it confuses me alot: Running Sweave produces only figures in .pdf format, no .eps figures. The header looks like this: <<echo=TRUE, fig=TRUE, label=Fig1>>= There was no error message. Does anybody have an idea? Any changes in the Sweave-package? Or a missing driver or something like that? I recently switched to another OS (Fedora RedHa...
2011 Mar 08
4
beamer overlays with Sweave?
This may be asking too much, but I''m wondering if anyone has a solution (even a hack) for creating multiple (overlay) plots in an Sweave file and post-processing the overlays in beamer appropriately. For example, suppose I have a series of figure blocks in my .Rnw file: <<plot1,fig=TRUE>>= [stuff] @ <<plot2,fig=TRUE>>= [stuff] @ <<plot3,fig=TRUE>>= [stuff] @ These three blocks create three figures that I want to have appear as a series of overlays in the final PDF file. Sweave outputs the follow...
2000 Dec 17
1
multiframe in postscript
I was hoping that the following specification postscript(file="fig.ps",height=2,width=4) par(mar=c(5,5,2,2)+.1,mfrow=c(1,2),mex=.6) would yield the same scaling effect as postscript(file="fig.ps",height=2,width=6) par(mar=c(5,5,2,2)+.1,mfrow=c(1,3),mex=.6) but the fact is that the 'mfrow=c(1,2)' yields smaller plotting frame a...
2009 Jun 30
2
odfWeave : problems with odfInsertPlot() and odfFigureCaption()
Dear Max, dear list, I have trouble using odfInsertPlot to insert plots outside fig=TRUE chunks. My goal is to dump a bunch of (relatively uninteresting, but required) graphs from within a loop, possibly interspeded with some tables. This is not possible within a normal fig=TRUE chunk. odfInsertPlot() is able to insert a previously saved plot. When used in a fig=TRUE, results=hi...
2005 Nov 17
5
changing figure size in Sweave
Hi In Sweave, how does one change the size of the plots? I tried using a hook: <<echo=FALSE, print=FALSE, fig=TRUE>>= options(SweaveHooks=list(fig=function() ps.options(width=1))) library(graphics) pairs(iris) @ but this didn''t change the size of the figure. How to make the figures a different size? -- Robin Hankin Uncertainty Analyst National Oceanography Centre, Southampton European...