[R] 3D plot/surface rotation
bolker at zoo.ufl.edu
Wed Sep 17 19:40:55 CEST 2003
Another possibility (to plug my own stuff) is to use the "LG3d" package
in my bbmisc package (http://www.zoo.ufl.edu/bolker/R/src for source,
http://www.zoo.ufl.edu/bolker/R/windows/ for precompiled windows package),
which uses the Live3D java applet to display (rotatable etc.) graphics in
a web browser. Not as good as x/ggobi for interaction with data, but
possibly OK for display.
On Wed, 17 Sep 2003, Brian D Ripley wrote:
> On Wed, 17 Sep 2003, Thomas W Blackwell wrote:
> > Perhaps MZodet wants the interactive, mouse controlled rotation
> > capability offered by ggobi <www.ggobi.org> ? Designed for linux
> > but advertises "better portability to Microsoft Windows".
> > I have no experience myself either installing or using this.
> It doesn't cover surfaces AFAIK. There are R-GL packages which do allow
> user-controlled rotations of surfaces (and more). Another possibility is
> to write some widget (e.g. in Tcl/Tk) to control the screen argument, and
> replot when the argument is changed (as the tkdensity demo does). Under
> Windows, the latter works a lot better in 1.8.0 alpha which has buffering.
> > - tom blackwell - u michigan medical school - ann arbor -
> > > > Wednesday, September 17, 2003, 2:14:12 PM, MZodet wrote:
> > > > How do I rotate 3D plots/surfaces generated by either cloud or wireframe?
> > >
> > > On Wed, 17 Sep 2003, Mark Marques wrote:
> > >
> > > wireframe has the screen parameter which reads a list to rotate ...
> > > something in this kind:
> > >
> > > wireframe(object, screen = list( x = 5, y = 5 , z= 10))
> > >
> > > Same with cloud function...
> > >
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