On Tue, 11 Oct 2016, Preetam Pal <lordpree...@gmail.com> writes:
> Hi,
>
> Can you please help me with the following output formatting:
> I am planning to include 2 plots and some general description in a one-page
> PDF document, such that
>
> - I'll leave some appropriate margin on the PDF- say, 1.5 inches
> top,right, bottom and left (will decide based on overall appearance)
> - the 2 plots are placed side-by-side (looks best for comparison)
> - the margins for each plot can be 4 lines on the top and the bottom &
> 2 lines on the left and the right
> - each of these 2 plots would have time (0 to 260) along x-axis and two
> time-series (daily USD-GBP and USD-EUR FX rates) on the y-axis, i.e. 2
> time-series would be plotted on each of the 2 graphs. I would need a
> different color for each plot to demarcate them
> - I need to add some text (eg: "Independent analysis of Exchange Rate
> dynamics") with reduced font size (not high priority though-just good to
> have a different size)
> - The general discussion (may be a paragraph) would come right below the
> 2 plots - I can specify this text as an argument in a function, may be. I
> am not sure how to arrange the entire PDF as per the format I mentioned
> above
>
> I shall really appreciate any help with this - the time series analysis is
> not difficult, I can manage that - however, I don't know how to manage the
> formatting part though, so that the 1-pager output looks decently
> presentable. Thanks.
>
> Regards,
> Preetam

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If using LaTeX is an option, I would suggest
?Sweave. There are many tutorials on the web that
should get you started.
--
Enrico Schumann
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http://enricoschumann.net
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