Thank for your reply. I am actually trying to pack a rectGrob within the cell of a grid frame object, but I need to define the width of this rectGrob object using both the width and height of the cell. A code such as the following uses an incorrect syntax, but it best reflects what I am trying to achieve.:
tmp <- packGrob(tmp,
width = min(unit(0.3,'npc-width'),
height = 0.75)
On Sun, Mar 6, 2011 at 8:49 PM, Paul Murrell <p.murrell_at_auckland.ac.nz>wrote:
> On 5/03/2011 9:37 a.m., Sébastien Bihorel wrote:
>> Dear R-users,
>> As far as I understand, when one defines the width of a rectGrob call
>> a 'npc' unit, the width of the object is proportional to the width of the
>> current viewport. Is there a way to refer to the height (or width) of the
>> viewport when defining the width (or height) of the rectGrob object?
> Are you looking for ...
> rectGrob(width=unit(1, "npc"))
> ... (which is the default anyway) or something else ?
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