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**Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science » R**, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)Aleks points me to this new tool from Wojciech Gryc. Right now I save my graphs as pdfs or pngs and then upload them to put them on the web. I expect I’ll still be doing this for awhile—I like having full control of what my graphs look like—but Gryc’s default plots might be useful for lots of people making their analyses more accessible.

Here’s an example:

`x = rnorm(30)`

y = rnorm(30)

wv.plot(x, y, "~/Desktop/scatterplot", height=300, width=300, xlim=c(-2.5,2.5), ylim=c(-2.5,2.5), xbreaks=c(0), ybreaks=c(0))

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