The Export option from the interactive Plots view is a terrible option for any publication-quality graphics.
There are many  ways to make publication-quality graphics in R, and there can be some operating-system-specific downstream tools considerations that affect what works best for you. I happen to prefer using Rmd/Rnw files (knitr+rmarkdown or knitr+latex) with png format in most cases. You can specify the default resolution/size as well as having special settings for specific images .
If this is all new to you, then you might want to read some of the many intros on the web, like .
On July 25, 2018 7:35:26 AM PDT, Evan Kransdorf <[hidden email]> wrote:
>Is anyone using DiagrammeR and grViz?
>I made a nice grViz but when I use RStudio to export quality looks bad
>(need high resolution figure).
>I can't quite figure out how to use DiagrammeR to export the grViz I
>Thank you, Evan
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