panel.cartesian

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trellis panel function, with labeled rows and columns and without strip labels.

trellis panel function, with labeled rows and columns and without strip labels. Designed for use with the ladder of powers plot.

Keywords
hplot
Usage
panel.cartesian(x, y,
                x.label=unique(panel.labels[,"x"]),
                y.label=unique(panel.labels[,"y"]),
                group.label.side="",
                axis3.line=1,
                xg.label, yg.label, g.cex=.7,
                rescale=list(x=TRUE,y=TRUE), ...,
                browser.on=FALSE)
Arguments
x, y

x and y as for any other panel function

x.label

labels for the columns of the scatterplot matrix

y.label

labels for the rows of the scatterplot matrix

axis3.line

The x.label doesn't always show up in the right place. This allows the user to adjust it's position.

group.label.side

c("","left","top"), when the plotting formula is conditioned on a group factor, the levels of the group are displayed in the margins of the plot. The appearance depends on the setting of the trellis between argument. Getting it to look good for any given plot requires experimentation. Since it is redundant with the information in the strip labels, leaving it at the default "" is often the best thing to do.

xg.label

group labels for rows of the scatterplot matrix

yg.label

group labels for rows of the scatterplot matrix

g.cex

cex for the group labels

rescale

alternate way to get something similar to relation="free"

other arguments

browser.on

logical, normally FALSE. This is a debugging tool. When TRUE, the browser() is turned on at various critical points.

References

Heiberger, Richard M. and Holland, Burt (2004b). Statistical Analysis and Data Display: An Intermediate Course with Examples in S-Plus, R, and SAS. Springer Texts in Statistics. Springer. ISBN 0-387-40270-5.

See Also

ladder, xysplom

Aliases
  • panel.cartesian
Examples
# NOT RUN {
data(rent)  ## Weisberg's file alr162

rent.lm <- lm(rnt.alf ~ rnt.till + cow.dens + lime, data=rent)
rent$resid.rent <- resid(rent.lm)

xysplom(resid.rent ~ rnt.till + cow.dens | lime, data=rent,
        layout=c(2,2))

xysplom(resid.rent ~ rnt.till + cow.dens | lime, data=rent,
        layout=c(2,2),
        xlab="", ylab="",
        x.label="", y.label="",
        group.label.side="",
        par.strip.text=list(cex=1.2),
        panel=panel.cartesian,
        axis3.line=2.4,
        scales=list(
          relation="same",
          alternating=FALSE, labels=FALSE, ticks=FALSE),
        between=list(x=1, y=3))

xysplom(resid.rent ~ rnt.till + cow.dens | lime, data=rent,
        layout=c(2,2),
        xlab="", ylab="",
        x.label="", y.label="",
        group.label.side="",
        par.strip.text=list(cex=1.2),
        panel=panel.cartesian,
        axis3.line=3.6,
        scales=list(
          relation="same",
          alternating=FALSE, labels=FALSE, ticks=FALSE),
        rescale=list(x=FALSE, y=FALSE),
        between=list(x=1, y=3))

xysplom(resid.rent ~ rnt.till + cow.dens | lime, data=rent,
        layout=c(2,2),
        xlab="", ylab="",
        x.label="", y.label="",
        group.label.side="",
        par.strip.text=list(cex=1.2),
        panel=panel.cartesian,
        axis3.line=3.6,
        scales=list(
          relation="free",
          alternating=FALSE, labels=FALSE, ticks=FALSE),
        between=list(x=1, y=3))

tmp <-
xysplom(resid.rent ~ rnt.till + cow.dens | lime, data=rent,
        layout=c(2,2),
        xlab="", ylab="",
        y.label="resid",
        group.label.side="top",
        par.strip.text=list(cex=1.2),
        panel=panel.cartesian,
        axis3.line=3.6,
        scales=list(alternating=FALSE, labels=FALSE, ticks=FALSE),
        rescale=list(x=FALSE, y=FALSE),
        between=list(x=4, y=5))
if.R(r=tmp$par.settings <- list(layout.widths=list(right.padding=4)),
     s={})
tmp

# }
Documentation reproduced from package HH, version 3.1-35, License: GPL (>= 2)

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