From: Patrick Lorch <plorch_at_email.unc.edu>

Date: Fri 23 Jul 2004 - 05:10:45 EST

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Date: Fri 23 Jul 2004 - 05:10:45 EST

Can anyone explain how to properly use index.cond? I cannot include it
in the xyplot command and get what I expect. For example,

plot<-xyplot(y ~ x | z, data)

# let's say z is a factor with six levels

gives a nice plot but I am unhappy with the order of panels. I can get the order I want by

plot$index.plot[[1]]<-c(1,6,4,3,2,5)

I cannot seem to get it with either

plot<-xyplot(y ~ x | z, data,index.cond=list(order(c(1, ,6,4,3,2,5)))) or

plot<-xyplot(y ~ x | z, data) plot update(plot,index.cond=list(order(c(1,6,4,3,2,5))))

I suspect it is some obvious misunderstanding of my use of list(order(...)).

Thanks for any help you can give,

-Pat

Dr. Patrick D. Lorch

plorch@email.unc.edu http://www.unc.edu/~plorch/lorch.html Department of Biology W: 919-843-2320University of North Carolina F: 919-962-1625

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