[R] How change the size of persp() axis labels?

Gavin Simpson gavin.simpson at ucl.ac.uk
Wed Oct 24 11:30:36 CEST 2001


I have been using the persp() function to plot species response surfaces
based on GAMs (using package mgcv).  Everything works fine, except that
I have a slight problem when it comes to producing a figure with
multiple (4 - 6) persp() plots on it.  The axis labels remain the same
size, no matter how large or small the plot is, causing some overlap
when the multiplot figure is produced.

Is there a way to reduce the size of the axis labels in persp() (either
for ticktypes="simple" or ticktypes="detailed")?

Ideally I would like to know how to reduce the size of the axis labels
when using ticktypes="detailed", and force persp() to plot only the min
and max value along each axis.  Is this possible?

R is running under Win2000.

> version
platform i386-pc-mingw32
arch     x86            
os       Win32          
system   x86, Win32     
major    1              
minor    3.1            
year     2001           
month    08             
day      31             
language R 

Many thanks


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