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Set a Grid Graphical Object

Replace a grob or a descendant of a grob.

Keywords
dplot
Usage
grid.set(gPath, newGrob, strict = FALSE, grep = FALSE, redraw = TRUE)
setGrob(gTree, gPath, newGrob, strict = FALSE, grep = FALSE)
Arguments
gTree
A gTree object.
gPath
A gPath object. For grid.set this specifies a grob on the display list. For setGrob this specifies a descendant of the specified gTree.
newGrob
A grob object.
strict
A boolean indicating whether the gPath must be matched exactly.
grep
A boolean indicating whether the gPath should be treated as a regular expression. Values are recycled across elements of the gPath (e.g., c(TRUE, FALSE) means that every odd element of the gPath will be treated as a regular expression).
redraw
A logical value to indicate whether to redraw the grob.
Details

setGrob copies the specified grob and returns a modified grob.

grid.set destructively replaces a grob on the display list. If redraw is TRUE it then redraws everything to reflect the change.

These functions should not normally be called by the user.

Value

setGrob returns a grob object; grid.set returns NULL.

See Also

grid.grob.

Aliases
  • grid.set
  • setGrob
Documentation reproduced from package grid, version 3.1.0, License: Part of R 3.1.0

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