[BioC] restoring lattice-like format in flowViz?

D Ornelles ornelles at wakehealth.edu
Wed Jan 29 21:34:07 CET 2014

Many thanks! This allows me to fixed matters nicely. I like the new look but
appreciate the ability to restore the default look and refine it by passing
themes via par.settings and flowViz.par.set.

On 1/27/14 4:23 PM, "Mike" <wjiang2 at fhcrc.org> wrote:

> David,
> Here is how you can restore the default lattice theme:
> Firstly, pull the latest version of flowViz (1.26.16),
> then, change the flowViz graphical setting by 'flowViz.par.set(theme =
> trellis.par.get(), reset = TRUE)'.
> To remove 'grid lines`, pass 'axis = axis.default' to 'xyplot' or
> 'densityplot'.
> See the reproducible example from
> https://github.com/RGLab/flowViz/issues/23.
> Thanks,
> Mike Jiang
> On 01/24/2014 03:00 AM, bioconductor-request at r-project.org wrote:
>> Is it possible to return the older "lattice" style graphics under the recent
>> releases of FlowCore? After installing R 3.0.2 and what I could of the
>> FlowCore packages on a new computer, I see that the default graphic output
>> resembles something from ggplot2. (I know lattice well and ggplot not at
>> all.) Frustratingly, this undermines much of the code I had developed to
>> extract and further process images from various workflows. I'm afraid I am at
>> loss of what to do short of rolling back to an earlier versions. Many thanks!

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