[R] how to enclose two xyplot
Felix Andrews
felix at nfrac.org
Fri Apr 15 13:12:11 CEST 2011
Hi,
Could you not simplify your a and b plots into one like
xyplot(NDVI_P10 + AVG_NDVI_P10 ~ dek_num | Year,
data=data, lty = 3:2, col = c("darkgrey", "black"), ..., [etc]
auto.key = list(lines = TRUE, points = FALSE))
Otherwise please provide a commented, minimal, self-contained,
reproducible example.
Regards
Felix
On 15 April 2011 18:25, Francesco Nutini <nutini.francesco at gmail.com> wrote:
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> I mean, one of my xyplot is build with the command "doubleYScale" (in order to overlap two line with different Y-axis).
> But "doubleYScale" doesn't run with the nice command that you have suggested:
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> first plot:
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> a<-xyplot(NDVI_P10~dek_num
> | Year, type="a", data=data, xlim=c(1,37), ylim=c(0.1,0.8), as.table = TRUE, layout =
> c(13,1), aspect = 2, col="darkgrey",
> col.axis="black", lwd=3, grid=T, par.settings =
> list(strip.background = list(col = c("gray90"))))
> second plot:
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> b<-xyplot(AVG_NDVI_P10~dek_num | Year,
> type="a", data=data, xlim=c(1,37),
> ylim=c(0.1,0.8), as.table = TRUE, layout = c(13,1), aspect = 2, col="black",
> col.axis="black", lwd=2)
> overlap first and second:
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> double<- update(doubleYScale(a,
> b, add.ylab2 = TRUE), par.settings = simpleTheme(col =
> c("black","black")))
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> z<- xyplot(z_NDVI_P10
> ~dek_num | Year, type="h", data=data, xlim=c(1,37), ylim=c(-2.5,2.5), as.table = TRUE, layout =
> c(13,1), aspect = 2, col="black",
> col.axis="black", lwd=3, grid=T, par.settings =
> list(strip.background = list(col = c("gray90"))))
> enclose (?c.trellis):
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> c( z,double, x.same = TRUE, y.same = T, layout = c(13,2))
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> Maybe there is no solution but, anyway, thanks for help!
> francesco
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> From: nutini.francesco at gmail.com
> To: baptiste.auguie at googlemail.com
> CC: r-help at r-project.org
> Subject: RE: [R] how to enclose two xyplot
> Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2011 15:31:12 +0000
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> ok ?c.trellis works well.
> But I still have a problem.
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> One of my plot is a combination of two xyplot on different scales:
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> a<-xyplot(NDVI_P10~dek_num
> | Year, type="a", data=data, xlim=c(1,37), ylim=c(0.1,0.8), as.table = TRUE, layout =
> c(13,1), aspect = 2, col="darkgrey",
> col.axis="black", lwd=3, grid=T, par.settings =
> list(strip.background = list(col = c("gray90"))))
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> b<-xyplot(AVG_NDVI_P10~dek_num | Year,
> type="a", data=data, xlim=c(1,37),
> ylim=c(0.1,0.8), as.table = TRUE, layout = c(13,1), aspect = 2, col="black",
> col.axis="black", lwd=2)
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> update(doubleYScale(a, b, add.ylab2 =
> TRUE), par.settings = simpleTheme(col =
> c("black","black")))
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> From: nutini.francesco at gmail.com
> To: baptiste.auguie at googlemail.com
> CC: r-help at r-project.org
> Subject: RE: [R] FW: [r] how to enclose two xyplot
> Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2011 07:46:31 +0000
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> Did you mean this?
> http://rgm2.lab.nig.ac.jp/RGM2/func.php?rd_id=latticeExtra:c.trellis
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> In fact I'm already using latticeExtra package because my xyplot is little bit complicated...
> So, I'm tring, thanks fro tricks baptiste!
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> Francesco
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>> Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2011 08:52:45 +1200
>> Subject: Re: [R] FW: [r] how to enclose two xyplot
>> From: baptiste.auguie at googlemail.com
>> To: nutini.francesco at gmail.com
>> CC: r-help at r-project.org
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>> Hi,
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>> Have you tried ?c.trellis in the latticeExtra package?
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>> HTH,
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>> baptiste
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>> On 13 April 2011 23:36, Francesco Nutini <nutini.francesco at gmail.com> wrote:
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>> > Dear R-users,
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>> > I have to plot two xyplot, and I wish to enclose this two graphs with just one headline, the same x scale, the same grid etc.
>> > These parameters should tie in, in order to obtain, visually, a unique graph formed by two xyplot.
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>> > I try to give an idea:
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>> > xyplot1: |_|_|_|
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>> > xyplot2: |_|_|_|
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>> > what i want: | | | |
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>> > I tried to use the command "par", but it's doesn't work with xyplot. The two plot have, by default, the same x-axis scale.
>> > I know it's just a "visual solution", but it could be nice for a paper!
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>> > Thanks a lot,
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>> > Francesco Nutini
>> > PhD student
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