How to display an EMF/WMF ? [R for BE/BA]

posted by Helmut Homepage – Vienna, Austria, 2019-10-01 10:25 (670 d 21:38 ago) – Posting: # 20662
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Hi ElMaestro,

» […] I am generating a lot of plots. After the generation of those plots I need to pull up some of them, but it is untenable if I pull them up manually, say in an external program like Irfan with manual open/inspect/close. Once you have done 10 of them this way and you have 1000, you get very tired and you realise you are going to be very late for dinner :-D:-D
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» I need in R, …

IMHO, no way.

» … not in other software, to run through my directory, pull up a few plots (that I've just made in R) to the screen, hit a key to close the plot, and go to the next plot.

If you have all plots in one directory, I still recommend IrfanView. Open the first one and use [image] in the menu bar to open the next. If you prefer the keyboard, use Page Down or .
Even faster scrolling with the mouse-wheel. Just tried it with ~2,500 30 MByte photos in [image] RAW format. Took 15 seconds. Now my index finger finger hurts and I have a headache.

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