# [R] lattice graph with free scales and reversed axis values

Naresh Gurbuxani naresh_gurbuxani at hotmail.com
Sun Nov 6 04:27:24 CET 2016

```This worked very well for me.

Thanks,

Naresh

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From: P Tennant <philipt900 at iinet.net.au>
Sent: Saturday, November 5, 2016 7:57 PM
To: Naresh Gurbuxani
Cc: R-help at r-project.org
Subject: Re: [R] lattice graph with free scales and reversed axis values

Hi Naresh,

You could calculate the ranges explicitly and then supply to scales():

holdRange <- vector('list', length(unique(my.df\$name)))
for(i in 1:length(holdRange)){
holdRange[[i]] <-
rev(range(my.df\$x[my.df\$name==unique(my.df\$name)[i]]))
}

holdRange

# [[1]]
# [1] -5.052890 -9.967671

# [[2]]
# [1]  2.648870 -2.629866

xyplot(y ~ x | name, data = my.df,
type = c("p", "g"),
scales = list(relation="free", limits=holdRange))

Philip

On 6/11/2016 9:59 AM, Naresh Gurbuxani wrote:
> I want to draw a lattice graph where different panels have different ranges AND the order of values is reversed.  I am struggling to achieve both at the same time.  Can you help?
>
> Thanks,
> Naresh
>
> # Create dummy data for illustration
> my.df<- data.frame(x = runif(100, min = -10, max = -5), name = "A")
> my.df<- rbind(my.df, data.frame(x = rnorm(100), name = "B"))
> my.df<- within(my.df, {y<- x + 0.2 * rnorm(200)})
>
> # This works.  Both x and y axes show values in reverse order.
> xyplot(y ~ x, groups = name, data = my.df, xlim = rev(range(my.df\$x)), ylim = rev(range(my.df\$y)), type = c("p", "g"))
>
> # This works.  Both x and y axes show values in reverse order.
> xyplot(y ~ x | name, data = my.df, xlim = rev(range(my.df\$x)), ylim = rev(range(my.df\$y)), type = c("p", "g"))
>
> # This does not work as intended.  x and y values are in reverse order.  But both panels have the same and x and y ranges.  scales argument does not seem to have any effect.
> xyplot(y ~ x | name, data = my.df, xlim = rev(range(my.df\$x)), ylim = rev(range(my.df\$y)), scales = list(x = "free", y = "free"), type = c("p", "g"))
>
> # This does not work at all.  panel.xyplot does not see to take xlim or ylim arguments.
> xyplot(y ~ x | name, data = my.df, scales = list(x = "free", y = "free"), panel = function(x,y,subscripts, ...) {
>        panel.xyplot(x,y, ylim = rev(range(y[subscripts]), xlim = rev(range(x[subscripts]))))
> })
>
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