[rkward-users] rkward output issues [TOC and plot parameter modifications].
thomas.friedrichsmeier at ruhr-uni-bochum.de
Thu Oct 18 07:54:13 UTC 2012
On Thursday 18 October 2012, Sourav Chakraborty wrote:
> What I get:
> Huge font size in TOC -
> Considerable blank spaces after the title.
does it help to change the font size? View->Enlarge Font / Shrink Font,
default shortcuts Ctrl+ and Ctrl-.
> No control on the size of the output image.
Settings->Configure RKWard->Output->Graphics .
When writing your own R code, you can also pass parameters width and height to
> What I wish:
> Control over each level of TOC fonts and spacings (using some sort of
The development version has some support for adding custom HTML-headers to the
output document, e.g. a custom CSS-definition. If it really bugs you, you
could also modify the (extremly basic) default CSS file we ship. Use
View->View Document Source on the output window to find out where this is
located on your system.
> Copy graphs to the output according to a certain specifications (for
> example 480 X 240 px) (I can create a desired graph by changing
> parameters within RKWard, however, when the graph is copied to output it
> goes to default.
See above, the defaults are configurable. It may make sense to provide an
additional option to copy on-screen graphs to the output in their current
size. Feel free to submit a feature request
that we will be reminded about this, in time.
> There is one last thing:
> When I use the following code, I get one graph in the active window (I
> am copy pasting code for each variable - which is a crude way to do it,
> but I am not really savvy with looping mechanism yet). "Previous and
> next" is - grayed out. Usually when I get boxplots from a data within
> RKward, I get sequential outputs and I can go back and forth to look at
> individual plots.
I did not actually try this code (if you can, please try to condense your
examples to the absolute minimum, and use data from the datasets-package; this
really saves us valuable time), and maybe I did not understand the problem.
> plot (c, align = "left")
> dev.copy (device = rk.graph.on)
> rk.graph.off ()
What this will do is:
1. Create the plot in the default device, i.e. on-screen.
2. Copy the onscreen plot to the output window.
I guess, instead, you were looking for:
plot (c, align = "left")
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