Re: [R] Retrieve part of (top right corner) of a "plot.data.frame" plot?

From: Sébastien <pomchip_at_free.fr>
Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2007 07:13:25 -0400

Hi,

That is maybe not the most elegant way but you can hide some plots regions by add a white polygon, eg:

polygon(x=c(1,1,0,...),y=c(0,1,0,...),col=0,xpd=xpd)

Just a personnal question, can you modify the content of the "title" boxes without changing the names of the variables, e.g. "myParameter" instead of "a"?

Dan Bolser a écrit :
> Hi,
>
> I believe this question has been asked before, but I cant find and don't
> remember the answer.
>
> The problem is simple, calling 'plot.data.frame(x)' gives a nice 'matrix of
> scatterplots' for each pair of columns in x. for example;
>
> x <-
> data.frame(a=jitter(01:20),
> b=jitter(20:01),
> c=jitter(21:40),
> d=jitter(rep(01,20)),
> e=jitter(rep(10,20)),
> f=jitter(rep(20,20))
> )
>
> plot(x)
>
> gives a 6 by 6 grid of scatter plots, two (upper right and lower left) for
> each pair of columns in x. (I am going over these basics so that you can
> understand what I mean next).
>
> I would like to see just part of the above result, namely the nine plots in
> the top right of the given plot, or;
>
> a vs. d | a vs. e | a vs. f
> b vs. d | b vs. e | b vs. f
> c vs. d | c vs. e | c vs. f
>
> I tried a number of ways to do this, but I can't find either the right
> formula or the right function to get what I want.
>
> Any suggestions you can give (especially any not involving the source code
> of 'pairs') are most welcome.
>
> Dan.
>
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