R Error In Plot.New() : Figure Margins Too Large (Resolved)

The "figure margins too large" error in R typically occurs when you are trying to create a plot and the margins of the plot are set too large for the plot to fit on the page. There are a few different ways you can try to fix this error:

  1. Adjust the plot margins: You can try reducing the size of the margins around the plot by using the mar parameter in the par function. For example, you can try setting mar = c(5, 4, 4, 2) to reduce the top, right, bottom, and left margins, respectively.
  2. Use a different plotting device: If you are using a plotting device with a fixed size (such as a PNG file), you can try using a different device that allows the plot to be resized (such as a PDF file).
  3. Use a different plotting function: If you are using a function that generates a static plot (such as plot), you can try using a function that generates an interactive plot (such as ggplot2) instead. Interactive plots allow you to zoom in on the plot and adjust the plot dimensions.
  4. Increase the size of the plotting window: If you are generating the plot in an R session or in a plotting window, you can try increasing the size of the window to allow the plot to fit.

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