useOuterStripsT2L1

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Three-factor generalization of latticeExtra::useOuterStrips

Three-factor generalization of latticeExtra::useOuterStrips

Keywords
dplot
Usage
useOuterStripsT2L1(x, ..., strip.height=.4, strip.names=c(TRUE, TRUE))
Arguments
x
A lattice object with dim(x)==3.
...
Additional arguments to be forwarded to the strip.default function.
strip.height
Height of each the strip for each factor. The number of factors in the top and left strips may not be the same. This argument is multiplied by the number of factors in each location and sent on to the lattice par.settings
strip.names
See strip.default.
Value

  • A trellis object with two factors in the top strip and 1 factor in the strip.left.

Aliases
  • useOuterStripsT2L1
Examples
tmp <- data.frame(A=rep(factor(letters[1:2]), each=12),
                  B=rep(factor(letters[3:5]), each=4, times=2),
                  C=rep(factor(letters[6:9]), times=6),
                  x=1:24,
                  y=1:24)

F <- xyplot(y ~ x | B*A*C, data=tmp,
            panel=function(x, y, labels, ...) {
              panel.text(x, y, matrix(1:24, 6, 4, byrow=TRUE)[panel.number()], ...)
            },
            layout=c(6, 4), between=list(x=c(.5, .5, 1.5), y=1))
F

useOuterStripsT2L1(F)
Documentation reproduced from package HH, version 3.1-23, License: GPL (>= 2)

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