[R] plot a list of trellis objects

Frede Aakmann Tøgersen frtog at vestas.com
Tue Feb 18 07:38:59 CET 2014

How about

lattice.plots <- list(xyplot(rnorm(10) ~ 1:10, type = "b"),
                                     xyplot(rnorm(10) ~ 1:10, type = "b"),
                                     xyplot(rnorm(10) ~ 1:10, type = "b"),
                                    xyplot(rnorm(10) ~ 1:10, type = "b"))

do.call(grid.arrange, lattice.plots)

There is most likely a loop hidden somewhere in the do.call function ;-)

Yours sincerely / Med venlig hilsen

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: r-help-bounces at r-project.org [mailto:r-help-bounces at r-project.org]
> On Behalf Of Santosh
> Sent: 18. februar 2014 01:41
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> Subject: [R] plot a list of trellis objects
> Dear Rxperts
> Is there a way to control the display order (or simplistically control
> panel layout) of a list of trellis objects without using a for loop (or
> whatever)?
> I just realize that gridExtra has that feature.. (grid.arrange)...
> But, converting each of those elements of the list of trellis objects into
> an argument to grid.arrange seems to negate the simplicity.. In addition,
> if I were to use grid.arrange on a list of trellis objects, is there a way
> to pass the list elements as arguments to grid.arrange?
> If you have other suggestions, please do..
> Regards,
> Santosh
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