[R] How do I get an inset graph (i.e. graph within a graph)?

Mark Difford mark_difford at yahoo.co.uk
Sun Aug 3 15:55:41 CEST 2008

Hi Arthur,

This can be done quite easily using the appropriate arguments listed under
?par; and there are other approaches. Ready-made functions exist in several
packages. I tend to use ?add.scatter from package ade4. It's a short
function, so it's easy to customize it, but it works well straight out of
the box.

HTH, Mark.

Arthur Roberts wrote:
> Hi, all,
> How do I get an inset graph (i.e. graph within a graph)?  Your input  
> is greatly appreciated.
> Best wishes,
> Art
> University of Washington
> Department of Medicinal Chemistry
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