[R] Smart legend ???
jim at bitwrit.com.au
Fri Jul 15 11:51:24 CEST 2011
On 07/14/2011 05:20 AM, JIA Pei wrote:
> Hi, all:
> Is there an automatic smart legend for R?
> Since my R code is running in a row, which will produce a bunch of R plots
> in a single run, some of the produced plots are really "ridiculous".
> Because my legend is fixed to "topleft", sometimes, which occludes the key
> parts of the figure/plots, but most of the time, the legend works just fine.
> I'm wondering is there a smart legend in R? Whenever I set "topleft" but
> occlude the actual plots, the smart legend may reset from "topleft" to
> Or, just try "topleft", "topright", "bottomleft" and "bottomright" in a
> particular sequence, and calculate the occlusion ratio.
> Pick up either the legend with the least occlusion, or the first priority
> legend when some legends are of the same occlusion?
Hi JIA Pei,
The "emptyspace" function in the plotrix package may be helpful. This
tries to find the largest empty rectangle on a plot and returns the
coordinates of the center of that rectangle.
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