From: Deepayan Sarkar <deepayan.sarkar_at_gmail.com>

Date: Fri 28 Oct 2005 - 03:37:50 EST

panel.xyplot(x, y, pch = pch, ...)

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Date: Fri 28 Oct 2005 - 03:37:50 EST

On 10/20/05, Mario Aigner-Torres <mario.aignertorres@gmail.com> wrote:

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> I have right now a dataset that looks like this:

*>
**> > tail(partition, 3)
**> element run logfO2 TC buffer xAn sdXan Di Disigma
**> 416 Al 36 -0.68 1180 AIR 0.734 0.007 2.10 0.02
**> 417 Ca 36 -0.68 1180 AIR 0.734 0.007 1.29 0.02
**> 418 Na 36 -0.68 1180 AIR 0.734 0.007 1.16 0.06
**>
**> Basicaly I would like to insert error bars into a xyplot like this
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Generally speaking, you need to pass some auxiliary variables to the panel function. This is easy to do, since all unrecognized arguments are passed to the panel function anyway. The trick is to figure out inside the panel function which elements of these variables correspond to the subset of data in that panel. This is done using the subscripts argument. So, for example, you can define

prepanel.ci <- function(x, y, lx, ux, subscripts, ...) {

x <- as.numeric(x)

lx <- as.numeric(lx[subscripts])

ux <- as.numeric(ux[subscripts])

list(xlim = range(x, ux, lx, finite = TRUE))
}

panel.ci <- function(x, y, lx, ux, subscripts, pch = 16, ...) {

x <- as.numeric(x)

y <- as.numeric(y)

lx <- as.numeric(lx[subscripts])

ux <- as.numeric(ux[subscripts])

panel.abline(h = unique(y), col = "grey")
panel.arrows(lx, y, ux, y, col = 'black',

length = 0.25, unit = "native", angle = 90, code = 3)

panel.xyplot(x, y, pch = pch, ...)

}

and then add these to your call, supplying suitable values for lx and ux (the vectors of lower and upper limits). The one glitch with this approach is that unlike variables in the formula (and groups, which is treated specially because of its ubiquity but otherwise works on exactly the same principle), lx and ly will not be evaluated in 'data'. I like to use 'with' to get around this. Here's an example with the singer data, it should be easy to translate to your example.

singer.split <-

with(singer,

split(height, voice.part))

singer.ucl <-

sapply(singer.split,

function(x) { st <- boxplot.stats(x) c(st$stats[3], st$conf) })

singer.ucl <- as.data.frame(t(singer.ucl)) names(singer.ucl) <- c("median", "lower", "upper") singer.ucl$voice.part <-

factor(rownames(singer.ucl),

levels = rownames(singer.ucl))

## show the data frame

singer.ucl

with(singer.ucl,

xyplot(voice.part ~ median, lx = lower, ux = upper, prepanel = prepanel.ci, panel = panel.ci))

-Deepayan

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