[R] How to put line linking two plots

From: Mario Valle <mvalle_at_cscs.ch>
Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2011 11:54:08 +0200


Hello!
Suppose I have three charts like below. The top chart is a general overview and the bottom charts are related so some point of this chart. To make clear this relationship I want to draw a line between (4,0.9) in the top chart and (10,1) in the bottom-left one. Currently I add it manually using Inkscape on the resulting pdf file. Is it possible to add it inside R? Should I switch to other charting packages?
Thanks for the advice!

                                                 mario

set.seed(123)
pdf("test.pdf", width=14, height=7)
layout(matrix(c(1,1,2,3), 2, 2, byrow = TRUE))

plot(runif(10), type='b')
plot(runif(20), type='l')
plot(runif(20), type='l')

dev.off()

R 2.12.2 on Windows 7 (32bits)

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