[R] multifigure question
ggrothendieck at gmail.com
Fri Sep 23 14:51:16 CEST 2005
There are actually several ways to do this in R. You probably
want par with mfrow= or mfcol= as has already been mentioned
but here are some possibilities:
1. par(mfrow=...) has already been mentioned with an example.
2. par(mfcol=...) is similar. See ?par
3. layout. See ?layout
4. split.screen. See ?split.screen
5. grid.layout using grid graphics. See:
for an example.
6. Some of graphics routines themselves can do this in one
call. plot.ts will plot ts class time series in mulitiple plots (unless
you specify plot.type = "single". e.g.
plot.zoo from the zoo package is similar but also has an nc=
argument for specifying the arrangement:
plot(zoo(matrix(1:15,5)), nc = 3)
Various lattice routines that support conditioning such as xyplot
will automatically plot multiple plots. The layout= argument to
xyplot can control this.
xyplot(Sepal.Length ~ Sepal.Width | Species, data = iris, layout = c(3,1))
Try help with the various commands above.
On 9/23/05, Karin Lagesen <karin.lagesen at medisin.uio.no> wrote:
> I would like to put three figures next to each other in
> a figure. I have been reading the introduction to R,
> section 12 several times now, and I still can't make heads
> or tails out of it.
> Lets say that I have three dataframes a, b, c, and I want
> to plot a$V1, b$V1 and c$V1 in separate plots simply using
> plot(), how do I put them next to each other?
> I am sorry if this is a FAQ, but I cannot understand what
> it says in the guide and the wonderful google couldn't
> turn up anything helpful either...:)
> Karin Lagesen, PhD student
> karin.lagesen at medisin.uio.no
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