Re: [R] Grid building in R

From: Sam Albers <tonightsthenight_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 09 Jul 2008 16:04:21 -0700

Basically, I want 181 points equally spaced over a 40 x 40 cm area. I want to be able to specify the number of points and the area to which they are plotted on. I think you are right that grid is what I am looking for but I was the grid to have axes which your code below, although appreciated, did not give me. Sorry to be unclear.

On Wed, Jul 9, 2008 at 3:48 PM, Erik Iverson <iverson_at_biostat.wisc.edu> wrote:

> Still not sure exactly what you want, but it sounds like the 'grid' package
> may be of some help.
>
> It has very flexible ways partitioning regions for plotting. Is this
> anything like you're after?
>
> library(grid)
>
> for(i in 0:10)
> for(j in 0:10)
> grid.points(i / 10, j / 10, default.unit = "npc")
>
>
> hippie dream wrote:
>
>> This might not possible in R but I thought I would give it shot. I am have
>> to
>> set up a 40 x 40 cm grid of 181 points equidistant from each other. Is
>> there
>> any way to produce a graph with R that can do this for me? Actual sizes
>> are
>> unimportant as long it is to scale. Thanks
>>
>

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