[R] unrooted tree and margins, ape package

Jerry Weimer jweimerjr at hotmail.com
Fri Apr 28 16:35:09 CEST 2006

I figured out my problem. I just used locator() to find where I wanted my 
x.lim and y.lim, and set them manually.



>   I have a question about margins when plotting an unrooted tree 
>(type="unrooted") with >the 'ape' package ver. 1.7. When I plot an unrooted 
>tree with: no.margin=TRUE it seems that the margins are still there. It 
>appears to be only when type="unrooted". I'm plotting multiple plots using 
>layout() and would like to be able to get rid of the margins or if >the 
>margins are not there, have the plot take up more of the plotting region. 
>Below is an example >of one of the trees.

> >W2:500.0):500.0):495.8,(W5:500.0,R2:500.0):491.8):500.0,W1:500.0);", file 
>= "clustal.tre", sep >= "\n") clustal.tree4 <- read.tree("clustal.tre") 
>plot(clustal.tree4, type="unrooted", no.margin=TRUE, 
> >font=c(1,1,3,1,1,1,1,1,1)) unlink("clustal.tre") text.lab < 
>-c(99.2,99.0,87.8,100.0,99.8,98.4) node.lab <- c(3:8) 
>nodelabels(text=text.lab, node=node.lab, cex=.7)

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