[R-sig-Geo] drawing order in spplot, sp.layout
patrick.giraudoux at univ-fcomte.fr
Thu Dec 24 17:28:06 CET 2009
Great ! I may be wrong but it may be that some years ago I have got such
info already from you or Roger (before your book) but I could not
retrieve it in any help list and archive. It may be have been e-mails
Thanks anyway and merry Xmas ,
Edzer Pebesma a écrit :
> Patrick Giraudoux wrote:
>> Dear listers,
>> I am messing with spplot trying to get layers in the right order.
>> Basically I want a SpatialGridDataframe overlapped with a
>> SpatialPolygons object (actually a SpatialPolygonsDataFrame object).
>> The the data attribute of the SpatialGridDataFrame has 13 columns (12
>> months + the annual average of temperature). So, I expect 13 lattices
>> panels corresponding to each.
>> This gives:
> Patrick, I believe there's the option
> addCh<-list("sp.polygons",chinaUTM47,col="grey50", first = FALSE)
> that solves this. I can't find it really in the documentation, so
> something's missing there for sure. Use col instead of border.
>> Unfortunately, in each panel:
>> - the polygons are drawn first and then are covered by the the grid
>> (the reverse of what I want to). Thus polygons are invisible.
>> - the argument border="grey50" does not seems to used
>> Any hint ?
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