[R] multiple plots without for loops

sheck at ucar.edu sheck at ucar.edu
Wed Jun 16 05:26:57 CEST 2010

Thanks for the reply, Phil.

My computer gets hung up on the par(ask=TRUE) call.  I just tried

readline("Hit <ENTER> to proceed.")

and, it works well going forward. However, I cannot go backwards. Any 

thanks again-


Quoting Phil Spector <spector at stat.berkeley.edu>:

> Sherri -
>     Perhaps calling
> par(ask=TRUE)
> before plotting would be useful.  (You'll be prompted to
> hit Return to see the next plot in the series.)
>  					- Phil Spector
>  					 Statistical Computing Facility
>  					 Department of Statistics
>  					 UC Berkeley
>  					 spector at stat.berkeley.edu
> On Tue, 15 Jun 2010, sheck at ucar.edu wrote:
>> Dear All-
>> I am trying to plot over one hundred figures.  I do not want to save 
>> them, just walk through them to take a look.  If I run the code as 
>> it is below, then the plots just rapidly run through.  I tried 
>> adding a new device, but I reached the device number limit.  I have 
>> gone through the online manuals, done google searches  and the R 
>> Site help pages and haven't found anything to help me. any thoughts 
>> or just pointing me to the right place would be great! I feel like 
>> this should be simple!
>> invisible(lapply(split(agg$mph, breaks), function(.values){
>>    #x11()
>>    #par(mfrow=c(4, 4))
>>    plot(.values)
>> } ))
>> Thanks in advance for any guidance,
>> Sherri Heck
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