Re: [R] plot problem

From: Daniil Ivanov <daniil.ivanov_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon 21 Aug 2006 - 08:15:37 EST

Hi,

Ok, thanks to all.
Problem was with class of variogram

> class(vgm1)

[1] "gstatVariogram" "data.frame"

If I fix it manually to

class(vgm1) <- "gstatVariogram"

everything runs as it should.

Thanks, Daniil.

On 8/21/06, Prof Brian Ripley <ripley@stats.ox.ac.uk> wrote:
> On Sun, 20 Aug 2006, Daniil Ivanov wrote:
>
> > Hello.
> >
> > I'm pretty much new to R and I'm trying to produce some figures.
>
> What have you been reading to get the ideas below? People new to R do not
> tend to use dev.next ... indeed experienced users very rarely use it.
>
> > It seems to me, that R has some asynchronous way of plotting figures.
> > When I run this code:
>
> It will not run for us: please see the posting guide. You have forgotten
> to load some package here, and there are variogram() functions in at least
> packages gstat and spatial so we can't even tell what.
>
> > #constructs the semivariogram of SC1929
> > vgm1 <- variogram(SC1929~1,~U+V,puerto.map$att.data)
> >
> > # trying to make new plot
> > dev.set(which=dev.next())
>
> What do think that does? It seems to say you want to plot on the null
> device, since no next device has been set.
>
> > plot(vgm1)
> > title(main="Semivariogram",font.main=4)
> > dev.copy2eps(file="fig2.eps",horizontal=T)
> > dev.off()
> >
> > R complains that
> > Error in title(main = "Semivariogram", font.main = 4) :
> > plot.new has not been called yet
> >
> > So that plot(..) hasn't been executed before call of title.
>
> That is _not_ what it says. A guess is that this is a lattice plot from
> package gstat, in which case plot.new has indeed not been called.
>
> > The most weird about that, if I add fix(vgm1) before
> > dev.set(...), everything is just fine. Why R can't just
> > perform commands one by one?
>
> It does. You cannot use title() to annotate a lattice plot, though.
>
> > P.S. I use Linux version of R.
> >
> > Thanks, Daniil.
> >
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>
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