Re: [R] separate y-limits in xYplot panels

From: Nitin Jain <nj7w_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Wed, 30 May 2007 09:58:54 -0700 (PDT)


Thanks Sundar and Gabor for your prompt help.

Sundar - Even after changing the line to "scales = list(y = list(relation = "free"))", I do not get the free scales in my test code (below), and relation ="sliced" still gives warning.

Gabor - I'll try using code as demo(intervals) suggests.

Best,
Nitin

Nitin Jain said the following on 5/30/2007 8:12 AM:
> Hello,
>
>

I would like to get the scales of y-axes dependent only on the data points in a particular panel. Have attached a test example below.
>

When using 'relation="free"', it does not make the scales 'free', however when using 'relation="sliced"', I get a warning "Explicitly specified limits ignored in: limitsFromLimitlist(have.lim = have.ylim, lim = ylim, relation = y.relation," (although in this particular case, I get the desired result, but in my real data, I do not get the free y-scale for each panel). Can you please let me know what should be correct syntax?
>
> Thanks.
> -Nitin
>
> library(Hmisc)
>
> test1 <- data.frame(
> y = c(rnorm(33), rnorm(33, mean=10),
> rnorm(34, mean=100)),
> x = 1:100,
> f = factor(c(rep("a", 33), rep("b", 33), rep("c", 34))),
> g = factor(sample(LETTERS[1:2], size=100, replace=TRUE))
> )
>
>
> CI <- rnorm(100)
> lb <- test1$y - CI
> ub <- test1$y + CI
>
>
> xYplot(Cbind(y, lb,ub )~x|f,
> groups=g,
> scales = list(relation="free"), ## Changing it to sliced gives warning
> data=test1)
>
>

You want

HTH, --sundar        

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