[R] filled.contour and points
Roger Peng
rpeng at stat.ucla.edu
Tue Nov 26 18:59:17 CET 2002
In the help page for filled.contour() it says that you have insert code
which adds to the plot via the 'plot.axes'. For example,
> a <- matrix(0, 10, 10)
> x <- runif(10)
> y <- runif(10)
> filled.contour(a, plot.axes = points(x, y))
However, if you do this, you'll notice the axes are gone. You need to
include explicit calls to axis() to solve this problem:
> filled.contour(a, plot.axes = { points(x, y); axis(1); axis(2) })
You can put a lot of code in the 'plot.axes' argument (using text(),
points(), lines(), etc.) and make really nice plots.
-roger
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On Tue, 26 Nov 2002, Chong Gu wrote:
>
> I was trying to add points to filled.contour plots, but the
> points(...) function apparently uses a different coordinate system
> than the filled.contour(...) function; it appears that points(...)
> paints points where they would be if the contours were stretched over
> the whole plotting frame including the legend bar. Am I missing
> something or is it a "misalignment" in the code?
>
> BTW, I have no problem adding points to regular contour plots.
>
> Chong Gu
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