[R] lattice dotplot: line height for multi-line labels
deepayan.sarkar at gmail.com
Fri Aug 7 19:24:52 CEST 2009
On 8/7/09, Boris.Vasiliev at forces.gc.ca <Boris.Vasiliev at forces.gc.ca> wrote:
> Dear R-users,
> I am looking for suggestions on how to control the line-height for
> multi-line labels in lattice dotplot.
> In particular, in the dotplot produced by
> aa <- c('A'=10,'B\nb'=20,'C'=30)
> I would like to control the vertical separation between 'B' and 'b' in
> the second label on the y-axis.
> For multi-line axes labels, line height is controlled by the
> 'lineheight' elements of the 'par.ylab.text' and 'par.xlab.tex' lists
> provided by trellis.par.get(). However, 'lineheight' is not available
> in 'axis.text' list retuned by trellis.par.get().
> Does lattice provided a 'lineheight' parameter to control line-heights
> in axis labels?
No, but setting it globally as a grid parameter seems to work:
dotplot(aa, par.settings = list(grid.pars = list(lineheight = 2)))
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