From: François Pinard <pinard_at_iro.umontreal.ca>

Date: Wed 28 Jun 2006 - 05:45:33 EST

Date: Wed 28 Jun 2006 - 05:45:33 EST

[Cleber N.Borges]

> how to align this Zmat (triangle image) in X axis? I would like that

*> the triangle's base become in the X axis and the triangle's height
**> become in the Y axis. Is there some trick for make this?
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I'm not fully sure of what is the base and the height of the triangle, but if I guess correctly, you may peek at "?image", the last paragraph of the "Details:" section, and also in the "Examples:" section, where it says "Need to transpose and flip matrix horizontally.". Maybe you'll find some explanations or ideas in there.

> f <- function(x, y) {

*> z = 1-x-y
**> z[z < (-1e-15)] <- NA
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return(-100*x+0*y+100*z)

*> }
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> x = seq(1, 0, by = -0.01)

*> y = seq(1, 0, by = -0.01)
**> zmat = outer(x, y, f)
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> image(zmat, col=terrain.colors(10))

*> contour(zmat, add=T)
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Another idea is to exchange "x, y" in the "outer" call, and maybe also use "rev()" on one of them.

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