[R] Lattice: useOuterStrips and axes

From: Jim Price <price_ja_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Tue, 01 Mar 2011 10:29:57 -0800 (PST)

Consider the following:


temp <- expand.grid(

		    subject = factor(paste('Subject', 1:3)),
		    var = factor(paste('Variable', 1:3)),
		    time = 1:10

temp$resp <- rnorm(nrow(temp), 10 * as.numeric(temp$var), 1)

ylimits <- by(temp$resp, temp$var, function(x) range(pretty(x)))


		      resp ~ time | subject * var,
		      data = temp,
		      as.table = TRUE,
		      scales = list(
				    alternating = 1, tck = c(1, 0),
				    y = list(relation = 'free', rot = 0, limits = rep(ylimits, each =

This is a matrix of variables on subjects, where it makes sense to have panel-specific y-axes because of the differing variable ranges. In fact, it makes sense to have row-specific y-axes, because of the similarity of intra-variable inter-subject response. However the graphic as presented gives per-panel y-axis annotation - I'd like to drop the 2nd and 3rd columns of y-axes labels, so the panels become a contiguous array.

Is this possible?

Jim Price.
Cardiome Pharma. Corp.

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