From: Jan Verbesselt <Jan.Verbesselt_at_biw.kuleuven.be>

Date: Tue 10 Jan 2006 - 01:28:16 EST

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Date: Tue 10 Jan 2006 - 01:28:16 EST

Dear all,

We used the following function to create a spatial plot of a raster image:

filled.contour(xx,yy,zz, color = terrain.colors, nlevels=10, main=naamjaar, plot.axes = { contour(Xcoord/1000,Ycoord/1000,lim.data, nlevels = 4, col=4,drawlabels = T, axes = FALSE, frame.plot = FFALSE, add = TRUE);axis(1); axis(2); points(fire[,2:3]/1000,col="red",pch="*",cex=2,lwd=3)

})

we however would like to create 5 maps with only one legend. This seems not to be possible with filled.contour follow the help().

We therefore started looking at levelplot(zz) to create a multipanel view.

*However how could we use x and y coordinates in levelplot without using

a formula (since x,y are only the coordinates of the matrix z)?

libary(lattice)

rownames(zz) <- xx

colnames(zz) <- yy

levelplot(zz)

like this the all the row and col names are displayed in x and y axis without summarizing data similar to filled.contour function?

- or can this be done with an upgrade of filled.contour?

Thanks,

Jan

windows R 2.2

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