From: Camarda, Carlo Giovanni <Camarda_at_demogr.mpg.de>

Date: Wed 15 Jun 2005 - 04:00:32 EST

mat <- matrix(dat, ncol=4, byrow = T)

y <- seq(1950, 1953)

par(mfrow=c(2,2))

plot(y, mat[1,], ylim=c(1,1000), axes=F, xlab="", ylab="simul.") box()

axis(side=3, tick=T, labels=T)

plot(y, mat[3,], ylim=c(1,1000), axes=F, xlab="years", ylab="simul.") box()

axis(side=1, tick=T, labels=T)

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Date: Wed 15 Jun 2005 - 04:00:32 EST

Dear R-users,

I would like to ask whether it's possible (for sure it would be), to
plot each rows (or columns) in different graphs and in the same figure
region without using the function "par" and then struggling around with

"axes" and labels etc.

Luckily, I would always have "rows + columns = even number" and the same

"ylim".

########### EXAMPLE ###################### dat <- sort(runif(16, 1, 1000))

mat <- matrix(dat, ncol=4, byrow = T)

y <- seq(1950, 1953)

par(mfrow=c(2,2))

plot(y, mat[1,], ylim=c(1,1000), axes=F, xlab="", ylab="simul.") box()

axis(side=2, tick=T, labels=T) axis(side=3, tick=T, labels=T) plot(y, mat[2,], ylim=c(1,1000), axes=F, xlab="", ylab="")box()

axis(side=3, tick=T, labels=T)

plot(y, mat[3,], ylim=c(1,1000), axes=F, xlab="years", ylab="simul.") box()

axis(side=1, tick=T, labels=T) axis(side=2, tick=T, labels=T) plot(y, mat[4,], ylim=c(1,1000), axes=F, xlab="years", ylab="")box()

axis(side=1, tick=T, labels=T)

########### END EXAMPLE ########################

Naturally something more compact would be even nicer.

Thanks in advance,

Carlo Giovanni Camarda

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