F_1_panel.pairs {lattice}  R Documentation 
Default Superpanel Function for splom
Description
This is the default superpanel function for splom
.
Usage
panel.pairs(z,
panel = lattice.getOption("panel.splom"),
lower.panel = panel,
upper.panel = panel,
diag.panel = "diag.panel.splom",
as.matrix = FALSE,
groups = NULL,
panel.subscripts,
subscripts,
pscales = 5,
prepanel.limits = scale_limits,
varnames = colnames(z),
varname.col, varname.cex, varname.font,
varname.fontfamily, varname.fontface,
axis.text.col, axis.text.cex, axis.text.font,
axis.text.fontfamily, axis.text.fontface,
axis.text.lineheight,
axis.line.col, axis.line.lty, axis.line.lwd,
axis.line.alpha, axis.line.tck,
...)
diag.panel.splom(x = NULL,
varname = NULL, limits, at = NULL, labels = NULL,
draw = TRUE, tick.number = 5,
varname.col, varname.cex,
varname.lineheight, varname.font,
varname.fontfamily, varname.fontface,
axis.text.col, axis.text.alpha,
axis.text.cex, axis.text.font,
axis.text.fontfamily, axis.text.fontface,
axis.text.lineheight,
axis.line.col, axis.line.alpha,
axis.line.lty, axis.line.lwd,
axis.line.tck,
...)
Arguments
z 
The data frame used for the plot. 
panel , lower.panel , upper.panel 
The panel function used to display each pair of variables. If
specified, In addition to extra arguments not recognized by 
diag.panel 
The panel function used for the diagonals. See arguments to

as.matrix 
logical. If 
groups 
Grouping variable, if any 
panel.subscripts 
logical specifying whether the panel function accepts an argument
named 
subscripts 
The indices of the rows of 
pscales 
Controls axis labels, passed down from
These are specifications on a pervariable basis, and used on all
four sides in the diagonal cells used for labelling. Factor
variables are labelled with the factor names. Use 
prepanel.limits 
A function to calculate suitable axis limits given a single argument
Most highlevel lattice plots (such as 
x 
data vector corresponding to that row / column (which will be the same for diagonal ‘panels’). 
varname 
(scalar) character string or expression that is to be written centred within the panel 
limits 
numeric of length 2, or, vector of characters, specifying the scale for that panel (used to calculate tick locations when missing) 
at 
locations of tick marks 
labels 
optional labels for tick marks 
draw 
A logical flag specifying whether to draw the tick marks and labels.
If 
tick.number 
A Numeric scalar giving the suggested number of tick marks. 
varnames 
A character or expression vector or giving names to be used for the
variables in 
varname.col 
Color for the variable name in each diagonal
panel. See 
varname.cex 
Size multiplier for the variable name in each diagonal panel. 
varname.lineheight 
Line height for the variable name in each diagonal panel. 
varname.font , varname.fontfamily , varname.fontface 
Font specification for the variable name in each diagonal panel. 
axis.text.col 
Color for axis label text. 
axis.text.cex 
Size multiplier for axis label text. 
axis.text.font , axis.text.fontfamily , axis.text.fontface 
Font specification for axis label text. 
axis.text.lineheight 
Line height for axis label text. 
axis.text.alpha 
Alphatransparency for axis label text. 
axis.line.col 
Color for the axes. 
axis.line.lty 
Line type for the axes. 
axis.line.lwd 
Line width for the axes. 
axis.line.alpha 
Alphatransparency for the axes. 
axis.line.tck 
A numeric multiplier for the length of tick marks in diagonal panels. 
... 
Further arguments, passed on to 
Details
panel.pairs
is the function that is actually used as the panel
function in a "trellis"
object produced by splom
.
Author(s)
Deepayan Sarkar Deepayan.Sarkar@Rproject.org
See Also
Examples
Cmat < outer(1:6,1:6,
function(i,j) hcl.colors(11)[i+j1]) ## rainbow(11, start=.12, end=.5)[i+j1])
splom(~diag(6), as.matrix = TRUE,
panel = function(x, y, i, j, ...) {
panel.fill(Cmat[i,j])
panel.text(.5,.5, paste("(",i,",",j,")",sep=""))
})