# panel.hexboxplot

##### Boxplot for hexbin lattice plot

A panel function to add a boxplot to a hexbin lattice plot.

- Keywords
- hplot

##### Usage

```
panel.hexboxplot(x, y, xbins = 30,
xbnds = c("data", "panel"), ybnds = c("data", "panel"),
.prelim = FALSE, .cpl = current.panel.limits(),
.xlim = .cpl$xlim, .ylim = .cpl$ylim,
.aspect.ratio, type = character(0), cdfcut = 0.25,
shadow = 0.05, ..., check.erosion = TRUE)
```

##### Arguments

- x, y
numeric vector or factor.

- xbins
the number of bins partitioning the range of xbnds.

- xbnds, ybnds
horizontal and vertical limits of the binning region in x or y units respectively; must be numeric vector of length 2.

- .prelim, .cpl, .xlim, .ylim, .aspect.ratio
for internal use.

- type
character vector controlling additional augmentation of the display. A

`"g"`

in`type`

adds a reference grid, an`"hg"`

adds a hexagonal grid.- cdfcut
number in (0,1) indicating the confidence level for the erosion limits. See

`erode.hexbin`

for more information.- shadow
number in (0,1) indicating the confidence level for the erosion limits of a boxplot shadow. See

`erode.hexbin`

for more information.- …
potential further arguments passed on.

- check.erosion
logical indicating only eroded points should be used for

`"erodebin"`

objects; simply passed to`hcell2xy`

, see its documentation.

##### Value

There is no return value from this function. The results are plotted on the current active device.

##### See Also

##### Examples

`library(hexbin)`

```
# NOT RUN {
mixdata <-
data.frame(x = c(rnorm(5000),rnorm(5000,4,1.5)),
y = rep(1:2, 5000))
hexbinplot(y ~ x, mixdata, panel = panel.hexboxplot)
# }
```

*Documentation reproduced from package hexbin, version 1.27.1, License: GPL-2*