F_3_prepanel.default {lattice}  R Documentation 
These prepanel functions are used as fallback defaults in various high level plot functions in Lattice. These are rarely useful to normal users but may be helpful in developing new displays.
prepanel.default.bwplot(x, y, horizontal, nlevels, origin, stack, ...) prepanel.default.histogram(x, breaks, equal.widths, type, nint, ...) prepanel.default.qq(x, y, ...) prepanel.default.xyplot(x, y, type, subscripts, groups, ...) prepanel.default.cloud(perspective, distance, xlim, ylim, zlim, screen = list(z = 40, x = 60), R.mat = diag(4), aspect = c(1, 1), panel.aspect = 1, ..., zoom = 0.8) prepanel.default.levelplot(x, y, subscripts, ...) prepanel.default.qqmath(x, f.value, distribution, qtype, groups, subscripts, ..., tails.n = 0) prepanel.default.densityplot(x, darg, groups, weights, subscripts, ...) prepanel.default.parallel(x, y, z, ..., horizontal.axis) prepanel.default.splom(z, ...)
x, y 
x and y values, numeric or factor 
horizontal 
logical, applicable when one of the variables is to be treated as categorical (factor or shingle). 
horizontal.axis 
logical indicating whether the
parallel axes should be laid out horizontally ( 
nlevels 
number of levels of such a categorical variable. 
origin, stack 
for barcharts or the 
breaks, equal.widths, type, nint 
details of histogram
calculations. 
groups, subscripts 
See 
weights 
numeric vector of weights for the density
calculations. If this is specified, it is subsetted by

perspective, distance, xlim, ylim, zlim, screen, R.mat, aspect,
panel.aspect, zoom 
see 
f.value, distribution, tails.n 
see 
darg 
list of arguments passed to 
z 
see 
qtype 
type of 
... 
other arguments, usually ignored 
A list with components xlim
, ylim
, dx
and
dy
, and possibly xat
and yat
, the first two being
used to calculate panel axes limits, the last two for banking
computations. The form of these components are described in the help
page for xyplot
.
Deepayan Sarkar Deepayan.Sarkar@Rproject.org
xyplot
, banking
, Lattice
.
See documentation of corresponding panel functions for more details
about the arguments.