[R-sig-Geo] can spplot add features ?
edzer.pebesma at uni-muenster.de
Tue Jul 7 11:16:29 CEST 2009
Patrick Giraudoux wrote:
> Edzer Pebesma a écrit :
>> Patrick Giraudoux wrote:
>>> Dear listers,
>>> I would like to add the border of a country (SpatialPolygons object
>>> called ChinaBorder) in a spplot built as following:
>>> mypal<-colorRampPalette(c("white", "cyan",
>>> I cannot managed to overlap ChinaBorder to statSpat with the 'panel'
>>> argument of spplot.
>>> Any idea about how to proceed ?
>> Patrick, you might want to try
>> spplot(statSpat, col.regions = mypal, sp.layout = list("sp.polygons",
> Exactly what I need (the way to state was unclear to me in the doc),
> except the image is overlapping the border when I would like to get
> the reverse (the contour over the image). Is there a way to make it ?
spplot(statSpat, col.regions = mypal, sp.layout = list("sp.polygons",
ChinaBorder, first = FALSE))
or maybe TRUE.
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