[R] (sans objet)

francoisromain@free.fr francoisromain at free.fr
Wed Dec 15 08:00:10 CET 2004


Just look at the examples in ?persp.
There is a function called trans3d defined in it that will traduce your 3D
coordinates to 2D, and so you will be able to draw lines with lines function.


Corey Bradshaw a écrit :

>I've created a perspective plot using 'persp' in the graphics package.
>I'd like to add a second plane of z values to the existing plot, but I
>cannot seem to do this using 'persp'. Is there an analogue to 'lines' or
>'points' for perspectives?
>corey.bradshaw at cdu.edu.au
Romain FRANCOIS : francoisromain at free.fr
page web : http://addictedtor.free.fr/  (en construction)
06 18 39 14 69 / 01 46 80 65 60
Etudiant en 3eme année
Institut de Statistique de l'Université de Paris (ISUP)
Filière Industrie et Services

More information about the R-help mailing list