[R] interactive labeling/highlighting on multiple xy scatter plots
shidaxia at yahoo.com
Tue Jul 29 22:13:16 CEST 2014
Thank you very much, Greg and Ramnath, for the pointers! I'll explore more.
On Tuesday, July 29, 2014 8:10 AM, Ramnath Vaidyanathan <ramnath.vaidyanathan at mcgill.ca> wrote:
There are plugins for rCharts that help you create custom charts.
Here is a scatterplot matrix example
It doesn't support brushing, but I think it won't be hard adding that behavior if you contact its author.
Hope this helps.
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On Tue, Jul 29, 2014 at 11:01 AM, Greg Snow <538280 at gmail.com> wrote:
There is the TkBrush function in the TeachingDemos package that gives
>brushing in a scatterplot matrix using a Tk interface rather than
>ggobi. There is also the iplots package which allows you to create
>multiple scatterplots, histograms, boxplots, barcharts, etc. and
>points selected in any one of the plots will then be highlighted in
>all the others. Both of those solutions require R to be installed.
>I don't know of any way to get what you want without installing at
>least one of ggobi or R (or some other program of similar complexity
>On Mon, Jul 28, 2014 at 6:48 PM, Shi, Tao <shidaxia at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> hi list,
>> I'm comparing the changes of ~100 analytes in multiple treatment conditions. I plotted them in several different xy scattter plots. It would be nice if I mouse over one point on one scatter plot, the label of the analyte on that scatter plot AS WELL AS on all other scatter plots will be automatically shown. I know brushing in rggobi does this, but its interface is not good and it needs R or ggobi to run (I want send the results to the collaborators and let them to play with it without the need of installing R or ggobi on their machine). rCharts is nice but so far it can only create one scatter plot at a time.
>> Any good suggestions?
>> Many thanks!
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