If you really love R, you should put it on your iPhone. Apple gives the measurements for its products here. Let’s use a little
grid magic with
ggplot2 to make a chart for the back of your iphone similar to this.
require(grid) require(ggplot2) # thanks for the Apple measurements # https://developer.apple.com/resources/cases/ x11( height = as.numeric(convertX(unit(58.55, "mm"), "in")), width = as.numeric(convertX(unit(115.15,"mm"), "in")) ) # seems Rstudio make it hard to select a dev use until the new dev is # Active dev.set(which = dev.next()) # draw anything to activate our window grid.text("my R iphone case")
# draw your most beautiful plot with ggplot2 or lattice a good example # thanks http://sharpstatistics.co.uk/r/ggplot2-guide/ p <- ggplot(iris, aes(Sepal.Length, Sepal.Width)) + geom_point() p + facet_grid(. ~ Species) + stat_smooth(method = "lm")
# draws rectangular and circular(camera) cutout grid.roundrect( y = unit(28.975, "mm"), x = unit(57.275, "mm"), height = unit(57.95, "mm"), width = unit(114.55, "mm"), r = unit(8.17, "mm"), name = "iphoneback" ) grid.circle( y = unit(49.78, "mm"), x = unit(106.45, "mm"), r = unit(3.46, "mm") )
Cut and insert in or paste/tape to your case.
A little more seriously, this is a good way to test how your graph might appear on an iOS device if you have the need. Just use the screen measurements from the Apple specs.