Panel Function for Drawing Axis Ticks and Labels
panel.axis is the function used by lattice to draw axes. It is
typically not used by users, except those wishing to create advanced
annotation. Keep in mind issues of clipping when trying to use it as
part of the panel function.
current.panel.limits can be used to
retrieve a panel's x and y limits.
panel.axis(side = c("bottom", "left", "top", "right"), at, labels = TRUE, draw.labels = TRUE, check.overlap = FALSE, outside = FALSE, ticks = TRUE, half = !outside, which.half, tck = as.numeric(ticks), rot = if (is.logical(labels)) 0 else c(90, 0), text.col, text.alpha, text.cex, text.font, text.fontfamily, text.fontface, text.lineheight, line.col, line.lty, line.lwd, line.alpha)
current.panel.limits(unit = "native")
A character string indicating which side axes are to be drawn on. Partial specification is allowed.
Numeric vector giving location of labels.
The labels to go along with
at. The labels can be a character vector or a vector of expressions. Alternatively,
atcan be a logical flag: If
TRUE, the labels are derived from
at, otherwise, labels are empty.
A logical indicating whether labels are to be drawn.
A logical, whether to check for overlapping of labels. This also has the effect of removing
atvalues that are ‘too close’ to the limits.
A logical flag, indicating whether to draw the labels outside the panel or inside. Note that
outside=TRUEwill only have a visible effect if clipping is disabled for the viewport (panel).
Logical flag, whether to draw the tickmarks.
Logical flag, indicating whether only around half the scales will be drawn for each side. This is primarily used for axis labeling in
Character string, either
"upper", indicating which half is to be used for tick locations if
half = TRUE. Defaults to whichever is suitable for
A numeric scalar multiplier for tick length. Can be negative, in which case the ticks point inwards.
Rotation angle(s) for labels in degrees. Can be a vector of length 2 for x- and y-axes.
Color for the axis label text. See
gparfor more details on this and the other graphical parameters listed below.
Alpha-transparency value for the axis label text.
Size multiplier for the axis label text.
- text.font, text.fontfamily, text.fontface
Font for the axis label text.
Line height for the axis label text.
Color for the axis label text.
Color for the axis.
Color for the axis.
Alpha-transparency value for the axis.
unitthe values should be in.
panel.axis can draw axis tick marks inside or outside a
panel (more precisely, a grid viewport). It honours the (native) axis
scales. Used in
well as for all the usual axis drawing by the print method for
"trellis" objects. It can also be used to enhance plots
‘after the fact’ by adding axes.
current.panel.limits returns a list with components
ylim, which are both numeric vectors of length 2, giving
the scales of the current panel (viewport). The values correspond to
the unit system specified by
unit, by default