We can save a plot in various formats, such as
.png. I prefer saving a plot as a
.png file, as it is easier to edit a plot with Inkspace if saved in the PNG format.
To save a plot in the .png format, we can use the
png() function as follows:
png("TEST.png", width = 300, height = 600) plot(x,y, xlab = "x axis", ylab = "y axis", cex.lab = 3,col.lab = "red", main = "some data", cex.main=1.5, col.main = "red") dev.off()
We have used the
png() function to save the plot as a PNG. To save a plot as a PDF, SVG, or JPEG, we can use the
jpeg() functions, respectively.
The first argument in the
png() function is the name of the file with the extension, followed by the width and height ...