Re: [R] Help needed with lattice graph!

From: Romain Francois <francoisromain_at_free.fr>
Date: Sat 23 Apr 2005 - 07:31:28 EST

Well done !

The result of your work has been uploaded to the gallery (graph 48).

Romain

Le 22.04.2005 22:39, Paul Murrell a écrit :

> Hi
>
>
> Deepayan Sarkar wrote:
>
>> On Friday 22 April 2005 03:29, Sander Oom wrote:
>>
>>> Dear R users,
>>>
>>> If I manage to sort out this graph, it is certainly a candidate for the
>>> new R graph gallery
>>> (http://addictedtor.free.fr/graphiques/displayGallery.php)!
>>>
>>> I created the following lattice graph:
>>>
>>> library(lattice)
>>> tmp <- expand.grid(geology = c("Sand","Clay","Silt","Rock"),
>>> species =
>>> c("ArisDiff","BracSera","CynDact","ElioMuti","EragCurS","EragPseu"),
>>> dist = seq(1,9,1) )
>>> tmp$height <- rnorm(216)
>>> sps <- trellis.par.get("superpose.symbol")
>>> sps$pch <- 1:6
>>> trellis.par.set("superpose.symbol", sps)
>>> xyplot( height ~ dist | geology, data = tmp,
>>> groups = species, type = "b", cex = 1.2,
>>> layout = c(2,2),
>>> lines = list(col="grey"),
>>> key = list(columns = 2, type = "b", cex = 1.2,
>>> text = list(paste(unique(tmp$species))),
>>> points = Rows(sps, 1:6)
>>> )
>>> )
>>
>>
>>
>> I would do something like this instead:
>>
>> ---------------------------
>>
>> library(lattice)
>> lattice.options(default.theme = canonical.theme(color = FALSE))
>>
>>
>> tmp <-
>> expand.grid(geology = c("Sand","Clay","Silt","Rock"),
>> species = c("ArisDiff", "BracSera", "CynDact",
>> "ElioMuti", "EragCurS", "EragPseu"),
>> dist = seq(1,9,1) )
>>
>> tmp$height <- rnorm(216)
>>
>>
>> sp <- list(superpose.symbol = list(pch = 1:6, cex = 1.2),
>> superpose.line = list(col = "grey", lty = 1))
>>
>> xyplot(height ~ dist | geology, data = tmp,
>> groups = species,
>> type = "b", layout = c(2,2),
>> par.settings = sp,
>> auto.key = list(columns = 2, lines = TRUE))
>>
>> -------------------------
>>
>>
>>> However, for once, the R defaults are not to my liking. I plot the
>>> graph
>>> to postscript and the result is less then optimal.
>>>
>>> I would like to plot the point symbols in black and white, both in the
>>> graphs and the key. I would like the lines to be a single style
>>> (grey or
>>> a light dash) and preferably the lines do not go through the symbols
>>> (like figure 4.11 in the MASS book).
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> type='b' is the right choice, and it works in standard graphics, but
>> not in lattice (where it's same as type='o'). If you really want it,
>> bug Paul to add support for it in grid.
>
>
>
> [Paul exhibits bug-avoidance behaviour by suggesting a low-level
> workaround ...]
>
> xyplot(height ~ dist | geology, data = tmp,
> groups = species,
> layout = c(2,2),
> panel = function(x, y, type, ...) {
> panel.superpose(x, y, type="l", ...)
> lpoints(x, y, pch=16, col="white", cex=2)
> panel.superpose(x, y, type="p"...)
> },
> par.settings = sp,
> auto.key = list(columns = 2, lines = TRUE))
>
>
>
>> To get the points and lines combined in the key, you could do
>> xyplot(height ~ dist | geology, data = tmp,
>> groups = species,
>> type = "b", layout = c(2,2),
>> par.settings = sp,
>> key =
>> list(columns = 2, lines = list(col="grey", type =
>> "b", cex = 1.2, pch = 1:6),
>> text = list(levels(tmp$species))))
>>
>> but evidently there's no way to separately control the color of the
>> line and the points on it.
>>
>> Deepayan
>>
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>
>

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