[R] Finding different hues for a mosaic plot compatible with grayscale printing
Achim.Zeileis at uibk.ac.at
Thu May 13 11:14:43 CEST 2010
On Thu, 13 May 2010, Simon Kiss wrote:
> Dear Colleagues,
> Thanks for that JIm, but It strikes me that printing the residual values in
> the cells might be a simpler way of communicating the direction of each cell.
> I can get the residuals printed via the labeling_values commands in mosaic,
> but I cannot seem to *combine* this with labeling_borders commands that I'd
> like to use to modify the rotation, font size and contents of variable names
> and labels.
> The following mosaic command draws the plot with the labeling I'd like.
>> mosaic(~social_class+ctax_agg_scaled, pop=FALSE, shade=TRUE, main="The
>> Liberals Carbon Tax Or Green Shift Would Hurt The Canadian Economy By EGP
>> Class Category", main_gp=gpar(fontsize=16), gp=shading_hcl(CST21$observed,
>> CST21$expected, ASR21, df=12, h=c(260,0), c=c(100,0), l=c(90,50),
>> interpolate=c(1,2,3,4)), labeling_args=list(labels=TRUE,
>> rot_labels=c(25,0,0,25), gp_labels=gpar(fontsize=7), just_labels="center",
>> offset_labels=c(1,0,0,4), offset_varnames=c(2,0,0,4),
>> set_varnames=c(ctax_agg_scaled="The Liberal Green Shift Or Carbon Tax Would
>> Hurt The Canadian Economy", social_class="EGP Class Category")))
> And when I take out the labeling_borders commands and insert the following,
>> labeling=labeling_values(value_type=c("residuals"), suppress=0)
> then I do get the residuals printed, but the labels are unattractive.
> How do I combine labeling_borders and labeling_values commands in one
labeling_values() is a combination of labeling_borders() plus
labeling_cells(). If you want finer control over what happens, I recommend
to use labeling_borderes() in your mosaic() call and then call
labeling_cells() manually afterwards. There is an example on how to do
this in Section 4.2 of the strucplot vignette:
vignette("strucplot", package = "vcd")
> Yours, Simon Kiss
> On 12-May-10, at 2:42 PM, Jim Lemon wrote:
>> On 05/12/2010 07:34 PM, Simon Kiss wrote:
>>> I'm working with the following code below to generate a
>>> how do I set the h,c, and l values such that the significant, positive
>>> residuals appear different on a grayscale printer from significant
>>> grayscale residuals. The challenge as I see it is that one can only
>>> distinguish the positive and negative residuals with the hue/. Varying
>>> the chroma and the luminance only affect the distinctions between large
>>> and small and significant and non significant. But my positive and
>>> negative residuals are both large (absolutely) and significant, meaning
>>> that they will have the same chroma and luminosity, but different hues.
>>> I guess the key here is to find two separate hue values that appear
>>> substantially different *on a grayscale printer* at the same chroma and
>>> luminance. I have read through Zeileis et al. (2007, 2008) but can't
>>> quite find the answer there.
>>> I have also tried the Friendly shading to vary the line type, but I
>>> can't find line types that are different enough to communicate the
>>> difference between positive and negative residuals clearly.
>>> Your assistance is appreciated.
>>>> mosaic(~educ+trade_off_scaled, shade=TRUE, main="Support For
>>> Environmental Protection At The Expense of Creating Jobs By Education",
>>> gp=shading_hcl(CST17$observed, CST17$expected, ASR17, df=6, h=c(260,0),
>>> c=c(100,0), l=c(90,0)), labeling_args=list(rot_labels=c(25,90,0,0),
>>> offset_labels=c(1,0,0,2), offset_varnames=c(2,0,0,4),
>>> set_varnames=c(trade_off_scaled="Protecting The Environment Is More
>>> Important Than Creating Jobs", educ="Level of Education")))
>> Hi Simon,
>> I thought that the symbolbox function might do something useful, but it
>> required a bit of modification. The attached mod allows the user to fill a
>> rectangle with symbols, which includes things like "+" and "-".
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