[R] rgl, multiple graphics ??
Ben Bolker
bbolker at gmail.com
Wed Nov 17 17:32:25 CET 2010
skan <juanpide <at> gmail.com> writes:
> How can I get multipanel conditioning graphics with rgl as I do with lattice
> "|"
>
> For example I have three variables x, y, z, w. Where x,y,z are continuous
> and w is categorical or discrete.
> I want to use plot3d(x,y,z) for each value of w in a panel
> something like plot3d(z~x*y|w)
You don't. Sorry.
You might be able to use split(), lapply() ... to concoct your
own solution (presumably you would open a separate rgl window
for each 'facet').
suppose d is a data frame with elements x, y, z, w.
something like:
dsplit <- split(d,d$w)
lapply(dsplit,
function(delement) {
rgl.open()
with(delement,plot3d(x,y,z))
})
might work.
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