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February 09, 2012

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Min 46. To export a ggplot2 graphic in Linux do this at the R command line:

png("my cool plot.png")
qplot( x = blee, y = blaa, shape = blarg )
dev.off()


Dev.off() says "I'm done writing to that png file now, so close it off". After that your next qplot() will print on the screen instead of printing to that file.

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