[R] lattice multi-panel layout

Duncan Mackay dulcalma at bigpond.com
Fri Oct 4 14:32:41 CEST 2013


I have never used the automap package and your syntax for xyplot does not
seem to be in the correct format for lattice. 

A quick search showed that vgm.panel.xyplot from  gstat package may give you
some ideas. 
It appears that there are some particular adaptations for lattice for
spatial plots and I am not up on them. 



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Subject: Re: [R] lattice multi-panel layout

Hi, thanks. 
the printing one by one seems the only working solution. I also tried the
grid.arrange function but couldnt output what I am after.

Now the plots are placed in one page but I got the message "error using
packet 1: promise already under evalution: recursive default arguments
reference or earlier problems? "

this error seems to be associated with the panel option I pass to the xyplot
plott[[i]] <- xyplot(
  bin_avg ~ dist , type=("p")
  ,panel = automap:::autokrige.vgm.panel
  ,labels = as.character(pop), shift = 0.03
  ,model = auto_Sph_h[[i]]$var_model

if the panel option is commented out the error disappears.

Any further suggestion?


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