From: Jamieson Cobleigh <cobleigh_at_gmail.com>

Date: Tue 11 Jul 2006 - 03:16:44 EST

par.settings = list(superpose.symbol=mysymbols), ylim=c(y_min, y_max),

scales = list(tck=c(1, 0), axs="r",

),

xlab = list(label="System Size", cex=2), ylab = list(label="States", cex=2),

))

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Date: Tue 11 Jul 2006 - 03:16:44 EST

With some help from those with expertise on this list, I managed to
produce a plot using trellis that looked like I wanted it to look.
Now, I need to take the same plot and make the lines on it color, but
I want to specify the color for the lines myself.

I've managed to make the key use the colors I want. I've managed to make the symbols of the actual plot use the colors I want. But I have been unable to find the correct incantation to make the lines of the actual plot use the colors I want. Here's the relevant section of code:

mycolors <- c("black", "darkgreen", "red")

mylines <- Rows(superpose.line, 1:numlines); mylines$col <- mycolors

mysymbols <- Rows(superpose.symbol, 1:numlines);
mysymbols$pch <- c(15:18)[1:numlines]

mysymbols$col <- mycolors

print(xyplot(

panel = panel.superpose,

log10(states) ~ size,

groups=category,

data=data, type='b', lwd = 2,

par.settings = list(superpose.symbol=mysymbols), ylim=c(y_min, y_max),

scales = list(tck=c(1, 0), axs="r",

x=list(tick.number=(xmax - xmin + 1), at=xmin:xmax, labels=xmin:xmax, cex=1.75), y=list(axs="r", rot=c(90, 0), labels=y_labels, at=y_at, cex=1.75 ) ), key = list ( text = list(levels(data$category)), lines = list(type="b", lty=mylines$lty, pch=mysymbols$pch, cex=rep(1.25, numlines), col=mylines$col), x = .98, y = .25, corner=c(1,0)

),

xlab = list(label="System Size", cex=2), ylab = list(label="States", cex=2),

))

Can anyone help me out with this?

Thanks!

Jamie

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