Re: [R] postcript file / xyplot function [Broadcast]

From: Wiener, Matthew <matthew_wiener_at_merck.com>
Date: Tue 03 Oct 2006 - 13:01:45 GMT


This is FAQ 7.22. Lattice functions produce graphic objects, which are not displayed by default. If you print your graph, you should be fine. Also, take a look at the documentation for panel.xyplot. Using type = c("p", "r") should make things simpler.
Regards,

Matt Wiener

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Sent: Tuesday, October 03, 2006 8:00 AM
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Subject: [R] postcript file / xyplot function [Broadcast]

Hi,

I would like save a curve in a postscript file.

It when I use a common "plot" function (plot)

postscript(file="file.eps")
plot(x,y)
dev.off()

It's not working with the "xyplot" function (lattice package).

postscript(file="Z",height=8,width=8,horizontal=FALSE) xyplot(data[,3]~data[,2]|data[,1],panel=function(x,y){panel.xyplot(x,y) COEFF<-coef(lm(log(y)~x))
panel.curve(exp(COEFF[1]+COEFF[2]*x))
dev.off()

Do anyone know how to use the postscript function with a xyplot function ?

Thanks by advance

Jessica Gervais

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