[R] Options for zooming plots other than zm()

Deepayan Sarkar deep@y@n@@@rk@r @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Sat Apr 25 08:43:39 CEST 2020

On Sat 25 Apr, 2020, 12:10 PM Robert Dodier, <robert.dodier using gmail.com>

> Hi,
> I am making some plots with plot() which have a fair number of points
> (thousands) and I would like to be able to interactively select a
> region of the plot and zoom in on it. I tried the zoom package which
> has the function zm() but I found that it was unworkably slow to
> refresh the display. I guess I can set the x and y range via xlim and
> ylim but I was hoping to do it interactively. Does someone have a
> suggestion for that?
> I looked at ggplot2 but I wasn't able to find something about
> interactive zooming, only noninteractive via plot limits. Perhaps I
> have overlooked something there?

How about plotly? It supports ggplot2 plots through ggplotly().


> I have searched the mailing list archive and web pages in general but
> I haven't found anything other than zm(). Thank you in advance for
> your help, I appreciate it very much.
> best,
> Robert Dodier
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