# print.TwoTrellisColumns

##### Print two conformable trellis plots in adjacent columns with user control of widths.

Print two conformable trellis plots in adjacent columns with user control of widths. Left y tick-labels and left.strip are removed from the right-hand plot.

- Keywords
- hplot

##### Usage

```
as.TwoTrellisColumns5(left, ## left is the left trellis object
right, ## right is the right trellis object
## Both left and right must have identical
## settings for number and size of vertical panels,
## left-axis labels, number of lines in main, sub, legend.
...,
pw=c(.3, .30, .01, .30, .09),
px=list(
LL=c(0, pwc[1]),
LP=pwc[1:2],
ML=pwc[2:3],
RP=pwc[3:4],
RL=pwc[4:5]),
pwc=cumsum(pw),
strip.left=TRUE,
y.tck=c(0,0)
)
```# S3 method for TwoTrellisColumns5
print(x, px=attr(x, "px"), ...)

leftLabels.trellis(x)
rightLabels.trellis(x)
panelOnly.trellis(x, strip.left=FALSE, y.tck=0)
mainSubLegend.trellis(x)
emptyRightAxis(x)

##### Arguments

- left, right
Conformable

`"trellis"`

objects. Both must have the identical settings for number and size of vertical panels, left-axis labels, number of lines in main, sub, legend.- x
`"trellis"`

object.- px
These are used

`x`

-values used in the position argument of the`print.trellis`

function. The default (constructed from the`pw`

argument) makes the Left and Right panels the same width and the Middle containing the y-axis is given the remainder. Overlapping is permitted. The appearance depends on the width of the graphics device.- pw, pwc
`pw`

vector of five positive numbers that sum to 1. These are the relative widths of the five sections of the result: LeftLabels, LeftPanel, MainSubLegend, RightPanel, RightLabels.`pwc`

is the cumulative sum of`pw`

.`pwc`

is expanded in the`px`

argument to the`x`

values used in the`position`

argument of the`print.trellis`

function.- strip.left
See

`barchart`

.- y.tck
A vector of one or two numeric values. This will be used as the

`y`

`tck`

value for the right column of panels. See`'tck'`

in`barchart`

for details.- …
Other arguments are ignored.

##### Details

`as.TwoTrellisColumns5`

constructs a `"TwoTrellisColumns5"`

object, which is a list of five trellis objects named ```
"LL", "LP",
"ML", "RP", "RL"
```

. `LL`

is the left labels from the `left`

input object. `LP`

is the panels from the `left`

input object.
`ML`

is the middle labels from the `left`

object; these are
the `main`

title, `sub`

title, and `legend`

. `RP`

is the panels from the `right`

input object. `RL`

is the
right labels from the `right`

input object.

`print.TwoTrellisColumns5`

is a print method for a
`"TwoTrellisColumns5"`

object. It takes left-to-right positioning
information from the `"px"`

attribute of its argument `x`

or
from an input argument. The numbers are used as the `"x"`

information for the `position`

argument to the `print.trellis`

method.

```
emptyLeftAxis,
leftLabels.trellis,
rightLabels.trellis,
panelOnly.trellis,
```

```
mainSubLegend.trellis,
emptyLeftStrip,
emptyRightAxis
```

are functions which blank out the various components of the trellis
argument and retains their vertical spacing.

##### Value

A `"TwoTrellisColumns5"`

object, consisting of a list
containing the constructed left, middle, and right trellis objects,
and an attribute containing the `px`

value.

##### See Also

`likert`

for the details on the motivating example.

##### Examples

```
# NOT RUN {
## These are based on the Professional Challenges example in ?likert
data(ProfChal)
levels(ProfChal$Subtable)[6] <- "Prof Recog" ## reduce length of label
## initial ordering of Question factor
PCC <- likert(Question ~ . | Subtable, ProfChal, ylab=NULL,
rightAxis=TRUE,
layout=c(1,6),
strip=FALSE,
strip.left=strip.custom(bg="gray97"),
par.strip.text=list(cex=.7),
scales=list(y=list(relation="free")),
main="Is your job professionally challenging?")
## initial ordering of Question factor
PCP <- likert(Question ~ . | Subtable, ProfChal, ylab=NULL,
as.percent=TRUE,
layout=c(1,6),
strip=FALSE,
strip.left=strip.custom(bg="gray97"),
par.strip.text=list(cex=.7),
scales=list(y=list(relation="free")),
main="Is your job professionally challenging?")
# }
# NOT RUN {
## default equal widths of the two panels
as.TwoTrellisColumns5(PCP, PCC) ## 11in x 7in
## make left panel twice as wide as right panel
as.TwoTrellisColumns5(PCP, PCC, pw=c(.3, .4, .01, .2, .09)) ## 11in x 7in
## -------------------- ## sum to 1.00
## make left panel twice as wide as right panel, and control position of main and legend
as.TwoTrellisColumns5(PCP, PCC, ## 11in x 7in
px=list(
LL=c(.00, .30),
LP=c(.30, .70),
ML=c(.60, .61), ## arbitrary,
## visually center the labels and legend
RP=c(.71, .91),
RL=c(.91, 1.00)))
# }
# NOT RUN {
## Size that works in default 7x7 window. 7x7 is not recommended for
## this example because most of the space is used for labeling and not
## much for the panels containing the data. Use the px values for the
## 11x7 illustrated above in the dontrun section.
as.TwoTrellisColumns5(PCP, PCC, ## 7in x 7in
px=list(
LL=c(.00, .50),
LP=c(.50, .70),
ML=c(.50, .51), ## arbitrary,
## visually center the labels and legend
RP=c(.71, .87),
RL=c(.87, 1.00)))
## Ordering the rows by the lengths of the positive bars and also
## put percents and counts on the same plot.
## The easiest way is to use the LikertPercentCountColumns function:
LikertPercentCountColumns(Question ~ . | Subtable, ProfChal,
layout=c(1,6), scales=list(y=list(relation="free")),
ylab=NULL, between=list(y=0),
strip.left=strip.custom(bg="gray97"), strip=FALSE,
par.strip.text=list(cex=.7),
positive.order=TRUE,
main="Is your job professionally challenging?")
# }
# NOT RUN {
## Ordering the rows by the lengths of the positive bars and also
## putting percents and counts on the same plot requires coordination.
## The easiest way is to order the original tables of counts by the
## order of the percent plot.
percentPlot <- likert(Question ~ . | Subtable, ProfChal,
as.percent=TRUE,
layout=c(1,6), scales=list(y=list(relation="free")),
ylab=NULL, between=list(y=0),
strip.left=strip.custom(bg="gray97"), strip=FALSE,
par.strip.text=list(cex=.7),
positive.order=TRUE,
main="Is your job professionally challenging?")
## percentPlot
pct.order <- percentPlot$y.limits[[1]]
ProfChal2 <- ProfChal
ProfChal2$Question <- factor(ProfChal2$Question, levels=rev(pct.order))
countPlot <- likert(Question ~ . | Subtable, ProfChal2,
layout=c(1,6),
rightAxis=TRUE,
scales=list(y=list(relation="free"),
x=list(at=c(0, 250, 500))),
ylab=NULL, between=list(y=0),
strip.left=strip.custom(bg="gray97"), strip=FALSE,
par.strip.text=list(cex=.7),
main="Is your job professionally challenging?")
## countPlot
levels(ProfChal$Subtable)[6] <-
"Attitude\ntoward\nProfessional\nRecognition" ## Restore original label
## Size that works in default 7x7 window. 7x7 is not recommended for
## this example because most of the space is used for labeling and not
## much for the panels containing the data. Use the px values for the
## 11x7 illustrated above in the dontrun section.
as.TwoTrellisColumns5(percentPlot, countPlot, ## 7in x 7in
px=list(
LL=c(.00, .50),
LP=c(.50, .70),
ML=c(.50, .51), ## arbitrary,
## visually center the labels and legend
RP=c(.71, .87),
RL=c(.87, 1.00)))
# }
```

*Documentation reproduced from package HH, version 3.1-43, License: GPL (>= 2)*