I have an R cheat sheet, How Big Is Your Graph, that explains how to measure the size of various features of your graph in R. This blog post illustrates unit conversions. If you want to measure the length of a diagonal line segment in an R graph, you need to calculate the size of the plotting region in pixels, compare that to the range of the plotting region in the x and y directions, and then apply the Pythagorean Theorem. Continue reading

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# PMean: Rotating text in an R graph

I have an R cheat sheet, How Big Is Your Graph, that explains how to measure the size of various features of your graph in R. This blog post illustrates how you can use some of the commands described in that cheat sheet to rotate text to match a diagonal line in an R graph. It’s trickier than it seems. Continue reading

# PMean: Drawing the perfect circle

I have an R cheat sheet, How Big Is Your Graph, that explains how to measure the size of various features of your graph in R. This blog post illustrates how you can use some of the commands described in that cheat sheet to draw a perfect circle. Continue reading