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Prof Brian Ripley ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Mon Nov 10 13:44:19 CET 2003

Using split.screen should enable you to go back to earlier plots, with the
coordinate system you used.  I was able to amend the example of
split.screen to identify on the first plot, for example.  As far as I 
recall this works imperfectly with log axes.

On Mon, 10 Nov 2003, Luke Keele wrote:

> I want to use the identify command when I have multiple plots on the
> same page.  

> For example if I use:
> par(mfrows=c(2,1))

(mfrow, I presume)

> and then:
> plot(x1,y1)
> plot(x2,y2)
> I get two plots on the same page, but if I use identify after this plot
> set-up it can't find the data points.  I need someway to reference which
> plot I want to identify as far as I can tell.  If I  just do one plot at
> a time identify works fine.  Is there any other way to just label all
> the data points?

Brian D. Ripley,                  ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
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