Plot a List of Images
Plots an array of pixel images.
## S3 method for class 'imlist': plot(x, \dots, plotcommand="image", equal.ribbon=FALSE, ribmar=NULL)
## S3 method for class 'imlist': image(x, \dots, equal.ribbon=FALSE, ribmar=NULL)
## S3 method for class 'listof': image(x, \dots, equal.ribbon=FALSE, ribmar=NULL)
- An object of the class
"imlist"representing a list of pixel images. Alternatively
xmay belong to the outdated class
- Arguments passed to
plot.solistto control the spatial arrangement of panels, and arguments passed to
plot.imto control the display of each pane
- Logical. If
TRUE, the colour maps of all the images will be the same. If
FALSE, the colour map of each image is adjusted to the range of values of that image.
- Numeric vector of length 4 specifying the margins around the
colour ribbon, if
equal.ribbon=TRUE. Entries in the vector give the margin at the bottom, left, top, and right respectively, as a multiple of the height of a line of tex
- Character string giving the name of a function
to be used to display each image.
These are methods for the generic plot commands
image for the class
They are currently identical.
An object of class
"imlist" represents a list of pixel images.
(The outdated class
"listof" is also handled.)
equal.ribbon=FALSE (the default),
the images are rendered using different colour maps,
which are displayed as colour ribbons beside each image.
equal.ribbon=TRUE, the images are rendered using the
same colour map, and a single colour ribbon will be displayed at the right
side of the array.
The colour maps and the placement of the colour ribbons are
controlled by arguments
... passed to
D <- density(split(amacrine)) image(D, equal.ribbon=TRUE, main="", col.ticks="red", col.axis="red")