[R] termplot with uniform y-limits

John Fox jfox at mcmaster.ca
Mon Jul 2 14:40:26 CEST 2007

Dear Bill,

Functions in the effects package are somewhat similar to termplot, and
allow you to specify the y-axis limits. For example, modify the last
line of the last example in example(all.effects) to 

plot(eff.pres, ask=FALSE, ylim=c(10, 70))

I hope this helps,

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Does anyone have, or has anyone ever considered making, a version of
'termplot' that allows the user to specify that all plots should have
the same y-limits?

This seems a natural thing to ask for, as the plots share a y-scale.
you don't have the same y-axes you can easily misread the comparative
contributions of the different components. 

Notes: the current version of termplot does not allow the user to
specify ylim.  I checked.

	  the plot tools that come with mgcv do this by default.  Thanks

John Fox, Professor
Department of Sociology
McMaster University
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

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