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Function iplot [RkMetrics v1.3]
keywords
iplot
title
A Plotting Function
description
Produces a plot of the area-under-the-curve for the mortality data, but lplot() inverted
Function i.detrend [dplR v1.7.0]
keywords
iplot
title
Interactively Detrend Multiple Ring-Width Series
description
Interactively detrend multiple tree-ring series by one of two methods, a smoothing spline or a statistical model. This is a wrapper for detrend.series.
Function i.detrend.series [dplR v1.7.0]
keywords
iplot
title
Interactively Detrend a Ring-Width Series
description
Interactively detrend a tree-ring series by one of three methods, a smoothing spline, a linear model, or the mean. This is a wrapper for detrend.series.
Function iobj.list [iplots v1.1-7.1]
keywords
iplot
title
Interactive objects (iObjects) management functions.
description
These functions are used to manage iObjects of an iPlot. Exactly one of the iObjects is the current one (for each iPlot). Every newly created iObject automatically becomes current. Please note that both iPlots and iObjects can be also used directly - each function creating an iObject or iPlot returns the newly created object which can be used in calls to functions requiring plot parameter (for iPlots) or iobj.opt, iobj.rm and similar (iObjects). The object list management functions below are provided for convenience only - the direct use of objects is encouraged instead. iobj.list returns all iObjects of the current iPlot. iobj.cur returns the current iObject. iobj.next and iobj.prev return the ID of the next resp. previous object in the list relative to the object specified by the argument. iobj.set makes the object with the specified ID current. iobj.get returns the object specified by its ID. iobj.rm removes the object == and != operators can be used to compare two iObjects
Function iplot.list [iplots v1.1-7.1]
keywords
iplot
title
Interactive plots management functions.
description
These functions are used to manage currently open iPlots. Exactly one of the open iPlots is the current plot. Every newly created iPlot automatically becomes the current plot. Any plot specific functions, such as ilines operate on the current plot. Please note that the functions below are provided for convenience only. It is also possible to use plot objects directly without using the plot list. Each function creating a new iPlot directly returns the plot object which can then be used to any subsequent calls to ilines, iplot.opt etc. iplot.list returns all currently registered iPlots (even if they are hidden). iplot.cur returns the ID of the current plot. iplot.next and iplot.prev return the ID of the next resp. previous plot in the list relative to the plot specified by the argument. iplot.set makes the plot with the specified ID current. iplot.off closes the plot.
Function itext [iplots v1.1-7.1]
keywords
iplot
title
Add text to the current iPlot.
description
text adds the strings given in the vector labels at the coordinates given by x and y to the current iPlot. y may be missing since xy.coords(x,y) is used for construction of the coordinates.
Function iset.col [iplots v1.1-7.1]
keywords
iplot
title
Set color of cases in an iSet.
description
This function sets the colors of cases of an iSet. Every iPlot is free to use the corresponding representation individually. Color of a case is a iSet-global property, that is all iPlots associated with an iSet will reflect the change.
Function iplot.data [iplots v1.1-7.1]
keywords
iplot
title
Retireve data from a plot.
description
This function retrieves the associated data from the current plot.
Function iobj.opt [iplots v1.1-7.1]
keywords
iplot
title
Modify parameters of an iObject
description
This function modifies parameters of an iObject.
Function iset [iplots v1.1-7.1]
keywords
iplot
title
iSet and iVar - managing data in iPlots
description
iPlots maintain a separate copy of all data that are displayed in the iPlots. This allows iPlots to opearate even after the underlying data has been deleted in R. It also allows iPlots to use hot linking in all aspects, including update of plots on data changes. This data management consists mainly of two classes: iset and ivar. The iset object encapsuletes an iSets which can be thought of as a kind of special data frame that allows linking of all variables contained therein. Each variable (or column in data.frame-speech) is represented by an ivar object encapsulating an iVar. An instance of a ivar class can be use to create new iplots or update data in the existing iplots. Convenience operators on both ivar and iset objects include those such as length, subsetting and subassignment and therefor from user's point of view it is possible to use them transparently a data frames (iSet) or vectors (iVar). In addition, iSet supports methods such as names or dim. iset returns the object corresponding to a given iSet. isets returs objects for all iSets