[R] R plot split screen in uneven panels
bret@chr @ending from x@4@ll@nl
Wed Dec 12 17:45:31 CET 2018
Dear Luigi Marongiu,
> Dear all,
> I would like to draw two plots in the same device so that there is a
> single row and two columns, with the first column being 1/3 of the
> device's width.
> I am creating a PNG object with width = 30 and height = 20 cm.
> I know that I should use split.screen or layout but I am lost with the
> matrix to pass to the functions.
> For istance, I tried:
> # distance in arbitrary units (so let's say cm) from of corners
> # left, right, bottom, and top counting from bottom left corner
> # that is first panel has the bottom right corner 20 cm from the bottom left?
>> m = matrix(c(0,20,40,0, 20,60,40,0), byrow=T, ncol=4)
> [,1] [,2] [,3] [,4]
> [1,] 0 20 40 0
> [2,] 20 60 40 0
> Error in par(split.screens[[cur.screen]]) :
> invalid value specified for graphical parameter "fig"
>  0 20 40 0
> Error in split.screen(m[1, ]) : 'figs' must specify at least one screen
> What should be the syntax for this task?
> Best regards,
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Screen parrts shoeld be fractions (0 ...1), not percentages.
And bottom first, so ...
m = matrix(c(0,20,0,40, 20,60,0,40)/100, byrow=T, ncol=4)
... will work.
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