resizePanels

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Resize panels to match data scales

Modify a "trellis" object so that when plotted, the panels have the specified relative width and height.

Keywords
dplot
Usage
resizePanels(x, h = 1, w = 1)
Arguments
x
An object of class "trellis".
h
numeric vector specifying panel heights
w
numeric vector specifying of panel widths
Details

resizePanels modifies a "trellis" object so that when plotted, the panels have the specified relative width and height; this is only interesting when h or w are vectors with unequal entries. resizePanels can be called with no arguments, in which case the currently plotted "trellis" object (if any) is used for x, and a suitable h or w (based on the current panel layout) is chosen so that sizes are relative to the current panel ranges in the native coordinate system. This is only interesting when scales="free"; the resulting object, when plotted again, will have varying panel sizes but the same number of data units per inch in all panels.

Value

An object of class "trellis"; essentially the same as x, but with certain properties modified.

See Also

Lattice, xyplot

Aliases
  • resizePanels
Examples
library(latticeExtra) state <- data.frame(state.x77, state.region, state.name) state$state.name <- with(state, reorder(reorder(state.name, Frost), as.numeric(state.region))) dpfrost <- dotplot(state.name ~ Frost | reorder(state.region, Frost), data = state, layout = c(1, 4), scales = list(y = list(relation = "free"))) ## approximate resizePanels(dpfrost, h = with(state, table(reorder(state.region, Frost)))) ## exact (including boundary padding) resizePanels()
Documentation reproduced from package latticeExtra, version 0.6-28, License: GPL (>= 2)

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