# hcell2xyInt

From hexbin v1.29.0
by Nicholas LewinKoh

##### Change cell ids to 2d integer coordinate system

Transforms the cell representation of a a lattice into a 2d integer coordinate system.

##### Usage

`hcell2xyInt(hbin, xbins=NULL, xbnds=NULL, ybnds=NULL, shape=NULL)`

##### Arguments

- hbin
- a object of class
`"hexbin"`

, typically produced by`hexbin(*)`

. - 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.
- shape
- the
*shape*= yheight/xwidth of the plotting regions.

##### Details

Takes a grid defined by either the hexbin parameters or dimen in a hexbin object and translates the cell ids for the grid into 2d integer coordinates.

##### Value

- An integer matrix with two columns, i and j representing the integer xy coordinates of the hexagon grid.
i Integer coordiante of the rows, increases from bottom to top j Integer coordiante of the columns, increases from left to right

##### See Also

##### Examples

```
x<-rnorm(10000)
y<-rnorm(10000)
hbin<-hexbin(x,y)
ijInt<-hcell2xyInt(hbin)
```

*Documentation reproduced from package hexbin, version 1.29.0, License: GPL-2*

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