General information about the grid graphics package.
Grid graphics provides an alternative to the standard R graphics. The user is able to define arbitrary rectangular regions (called viewports) on the graphics device and define a number of coordinate systems for each region. Drawing can be specified to occur in any viewport using any of the available coordinate systems.
Grid graphics and standard R graphics do not mix!
library(help = grid) to see a list of (public)
Grid graphics functions.
## Diagram of a simple layout grid.show.layout(grid.layout(4,2, heights=unit(rep(1, 4), c("lines", "lines", "lines", "null")), widths=unit(c(1, 1), "inches"))) ## Diagram of a sample viewport grid.show.viewport(viewport(x=0.6, y=0.6, w=unit(1, "inches"), h=unit(1, "inches"))) ## A flash plotting example grid.multipanel(vp=viewport(0.5, 0.5, 0.8, 0.8))