I'm writing to ask for an opinion about a particularly strange issue I'm facing in one of my plot exports:
i have a rather big dataset that I'm plotting. I trace the statistical median and confidence intervals of my quantities and then facet the data for each group. So far so good. The data are plotted nicely and all seems to be in order
I export the .wmf file for the graph (as it's the only vectorial format that can be imported in MS Word). The problem is that when I save my word file ( MS Word 2013) to a PDF format using the MS word pdf saving function, my converted file has problems for that graph.
Specifically close to 0 ( all my x , y values are positive ) there are weird lines appearing towards the left end of the data:
I'm sorry for giving you a vague description of the problem but in this case I cannot create a reprex a simplified example might not translate the problem. I'm not sure if it comes from my data or from something deep in the ggplot code. And I'm not at liberty to share so I need to redact
the x and y axis are in log10 scale. logticks_annotation does not impact the appearance of the glitch or not...
Any ideas where I would have to look at? At worst I can print a tiff image or sth like that but its quality is not remotely comparable.
Again, aplogies for the vagueness of the problem description but my hands are tied