Re: [R] TeachingDemos question: my.symbols() alignment problems in complicated layout

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Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2008 10:23:05 -0400 (EDT)

Hi Hadley and Paul,

thank you a lot for the suggestions...

However, i had also emailed Greg Snow (author of my.symbols() function) personally... and Greg has emailed me back with a fixed version of the my.symbols() function -- to be included in the next release -- that works without a hitch with layout()...

I am not posting it here, as i don't know if i am allowed...


>> Here are a couple of options:
>> (i) use the 'gridBase' package and do these arrow annotations using the
>> 'grid' package, which allows you to control coordinate systems in a more
>> rational manner. There's an example (perhaps slightly more complicated
>> than you need) in:
>> (ii) draw your main plot using 'lattice' and the annotations using
>> 'grid' or possibly 'grImport'. There's a hint of an example of the
>> latter on slide 18 of:
>> (iii) draw the whole thing using 'grid'. You can start to get
>> acquainted with grid here:
> (iv) Use ggplot2 - particularly geom_segment
> ( and stat_spoke
> (
> Hadley
> --
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