[R] adjusting R's graphics display
faheem at email.unc.edu
Sun Apr 1 05:18:50 CEST 2001
I have code that looks like this
image(z = as.matrix(val1))
image(z = as.matrix(val2))
where val1 and val2 are two data frames which are each square arrays of -1
and 1 of side n. The above code displays them as yellow and red squares in
a grid (presumably default colours; whoever made the R default colours
clearly likes red, orange, and yellow) corresponding to -1 and 1. The
graphics display, however, displays these squares in a slightly squashed
fashion along the y axis. I would like the display to be bigger in such a
way that the squares actually look like squares, ie. elongated a suitable
amount in the y direction. What would be nicest way to do this?
Thanks for your time.
Sincerely, Faheem Mitha.
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