Re: [R] multiple plots with par mfg

From: Henrik Bengtsson <hb_at_stat.berkeley.edu>
Date: Wed 24 May 2006 - 10:11:30 EST

saveSubplot <- function() {
  if (!exists("subplotPars", mode="list"))     subplotPars <<- list();
  p <- par(no.readonly=TRUE);
  mfg <- p$mfg;
  key <- mfg[1]*(mfg[3]-1)+mfg[2];
  subplotPars[[key]] <<- p;
  invisible(key);
}

restoreSubplot <- function(mfg) {
  opar <- par();
  if (length(mfg) == 2)
    mfg <- c(mfg, par("mfg")[3:4]);
  key <- mfg[1]*(mfg[3]-1)+mfg[2];
  p <- subplotPars[[key]];
  # Move 'mfg' last
  mfg <- p$mfg;
  p$mfg <- NULL;
  p$mfg <- mfg;
  par(p);
  invisible(opar);
}

par(mfrow=c(2,2));
par(lwd=2, pch=19);
plot(rnorm(10), rnorm(10));
saveSubplot();

par(lwd=1, pch=0);
hist(rgamma(1000,3));
saveSubplot();

restoreSubplot(c(1,1));
points(0,0, col="red");

/Henrik

On 5/23/06, Romain Francois <francoisromain@free.fr> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> An other possibility might be to use two devices and use dev.set to go
> from one to another :
>
> x11() # the first device (may be windows() or quartz() depending on you OS)
> plot(1,1, col="blue") # blue plot
> x11() # the second
> plot(1.2,1.2, col="red") # red plot
> points(1.1,1.1) # appears to bottom left of red point
>
> dev.set(dev.prev()) # switch plots
> points(1.1,1.1)
>
> Le 23.05.2006 17:54, Yan Wong a écrit :
> > On 23 May 2006, at 15:57, Greg Snow wrote:
> >
> >
> >> The best thing to do is to create the first plot, add everything to
> >> the
> >> first plot that you need to, then go on to the 2nd plot, etc.
> >>
> >
> > Yes, I realise that. The problem is that the data are being simulated
> > on the fly, and I wish to display multiple plots which are updated as
> > the simulation progresses. So I do need to return to each plot on
> > every generation of the simulation.
> >
> >
> >> If you
> >> really need to go back to the first plot to add things after plotting
> >> the 2nd plot then here are a couple of ideas:
> >>
> >> Look at the examples for the cnvrt.coords function in the
> >> TeachingDemos
> >> package (my quick test showed they work with layout as well as
> >> par(mfrow=...)).
> >>
> >> The other option is when you use par(mfg) to go back to a previous
> >> plot
> >> you also need to reset the usr coordinates, for example:
> >>
> >
> > Aha. I didn't realise that the usr coordinates could be stored and
> > reset using par.
> >
> >
> >> Hope this helps,
> >>
> >
> > I think that's exactly what I need. Thank you very much.
> >
> > Yan
> >
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