[R] Change title size in plot(model)?
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Wed Oct 3 12:33:17 CEST 2007
On Wed, 3 Oct 2007, bernhard.mueller at art.admin.ch wrote:
> I want to use the plot(model) function to generate Tukey-anscomb and Q-Q
> plots of a lm(). I manage to change all labels but the main one which
> apparently is neither main or sub. So far I have tried as par setting:
> cex (changes symbol size within the plot), cex.main (no effect), cex.sub
> (no effect) cex.lab (changes label size), cex.axis (changes axis label
> size). What I would like to change is the label that says: "Residuals
> vs. Fitted" and "Q-Q normal". So what other cex commands are there? THX
> for any help.
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Those are not labels generated by plot.lm, although similar ones are.
And you seem to be talking about changing _the size_, not changing the
label (which you do via the caption argument).
I think you are referring to the 'caption' argument, which is not a title
but plotted by mtext. The size there is not afffected by any par()
setting, and probably should be controlled by an argument to plot.lm.
> Bernhard Müller
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