I have provided the Latex code below. When I hit the Latex to Web, I the
graphics part is omitted.
What am I doing wrong? Yes, the file x.eps is already in the same
directory.
\documentclass[a4paper,12pt]{article}
\usepackage{graphicx} % needed for including graphics e.g. EPS, PS
\usepackage{float}
%opening
\title{Some Thoughts on R}
\author{Vadulam}
\begin{document}
\DeclareGraphicsExtensions{.eps,.jpg,.pdf,.mps,.png}
\maketitle
This article provides some examples of using R both in Statistics and
Mathematics. We assume that you have already installed R in your
computer.
See: http://www.rproject.org.
There are plenty of introductory and tutorial material at that web site.
Let us start with a simple example.
Plot $y = x^2$, for values of $10.0 <= x <=10.0$, with increments of
$1.0$
First, we have to generate values of x before we can compute the
corresponding values of y.
The R command that does this is:
$x = 10:10:1$
The first number is the starting number for x, the secondis the end
number, the third number is the value by which you increment values of
x.
To verify the x values, just type x at the command prompt. You will see
a list of values for x.
Now you are ready to compute values of y.
Type,
$y = x^2$ at the command prompt. \# is the character that denotes
comments and is ignored by R.
Now, type y at the command prompt. You will see the list of y values for
the corresponding x values.
The plot command will display the $y = x^2$ graph on your computer
display:
plot(x,y,\``l\'')
\``l\'' is not the number one but the lower case L that tells R to
connect the points as a continuous line.
\pagebreak
Here is the result:
\begin{figure*}[ht]
\includegraphics[width=5.00in,height=5in,angle=270]{x.eps}
\caption{The Plot of y}
\end{figure*}
\end{document}
