R consists of some basic tools that can be extended with a large amount of packages. There are many tutorials on the internet that show how to use R to make graphs. However, syntaxes that produce high resolution publication ready graphs are harder to find. This page provides you with some examples of just that. First, you need a quick preparation to install the necessary programs and packages in order to let our syntax do it’s work. After that, click on a figure for further instructions.
R Graphs – Preparation (∼10 minutes)
More information on R and how to structure your data can be found in this tutorial (“Datafile preparation”) .
More information on saving into other file types than .tiff can be found on this page.
The provided datasets are not real research outcomes.