On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 10:14:22 -0500, vfulco@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <vfulco@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Dear Tech Specs- > > Would anyone have a tip on how to mix graphics and associated/extra tabular > data into one exportable document? I've figured out how to create PDF/PS/PNG > files with the charts only. Going forward, the most likely format I'll be > using is PDF. > > I understand there are a number of powerful languages to manipulate R, namely > Perl, Python, etc. but they are much further down on the to do list. I would > like to get up to speed on a method quickly. > > Is Sweave the short term answer? > > Thanks for your time. > > Vince Fulco What we use: The combination of GhostScript, a PostScript engine, and GhostView, a graphical interface to GhostScript, should let you create just about any pdf you want. These are free, cross-platform tools available for Windows, Linux and the various flavors of Unix including Mac OSX. http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/ Add a nice dash of Python and Documents 'R Us. Old, but still interesting: http://tinyurl.com/458ek Crossplatformingly yours, jab -- John Bollinger, CFA, CMT www.BollingerBands.com If you advance far enough, you arrive at the beginning.