[R] Graphics output device

Stephen R. Laniel laniel at cmu.edu
Fri Oct 1 03:24:47 CEST 1999

On 10/1/99, 12:29 AM +0100, Michael Lapsley wrote:

> The experience of preparing a Powerpoint talk from the same material was
> much less satisfactory, however.

Why bother PowerPointing it at all?  If you already have the thesis in
LaTeX and the graphics in EPS, try using seminar.sty.  It's a wonderful
style sheet for delivering talks.  You can download all the LaTeX files
necessary to run seminar.sty in one convenient ZIP file, from


or ``.tar.gz" in the appropriate place.

While that's not an answer to your request for graphics output capabilities
in R, it might help you circumvent the question altogether.


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