2012-7 A Structured Approach for Generating SVG

October 14, 2012

(This article was first published on Stat Tech » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

The gridSVG package exports grid images to an SVG format for viewing on the web. This article describes a new development in the way that gridSVG produces the SVG output. The result is greater flexibility in how the SVG output is produced and increased opportunities to manipulate the SVG output, which creates new possibilities for generating more complex and sophisticated dynamic and interactive R graphics for the web.

Simon Potter and Paul Murrell



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