rp.grid: Define a subsidiary grid within an rpanel

Description Usage Arguments Details Note References Examples

View source: R/grid.r

Description

A subsidiary grid is defined at a specified location within an rpanel.

Usage

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rp.grid(panel, name=paste("grid", .nc(), sep=""), pos=NULL, background=NULL, 
  parentname=deparse(substitute(panel)), ...) 

Arguments

panel

the panel to which the grid should be attached.

name

a string defining the name of the grid. For use with rp.widget.dispose

pos

See the help information on "grid" mode in rp.pos, for more information.

background

a character variable defining a background colour. (This is not the same as colours in R, but simple colours are available.)

parentname

this specifies the widget inside which the grid should appear.

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Details

The role of this function is to specify a subsidiary grid at a particular row and column position of the parent grid. Nesting of grids within grids is permitted. See the help information on "grid" mode in rp.pos for a description of the settings of the pos argument.

Note

The former argument parent has been discontinued in version 1.1, while the argument bg has been renamed background for consistency with the other functions.

References

rpanel: Simple interactive controls for R functions using the tcltk package. Journal of Statistical Software, 17, issue 9.

Examples

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## Not run: 
panel <- rp.control()
rp.grid(panel, pos=list(row=0, column=0, sticky="news"),
        background="red", name="g0")
rp.grid(panel, pos=list(row=1, column=1, sticky="news", width=100, height=100),
        background="navy", name="g1")
rp.grid(panel, pos=list(row=2, column=2, sticky="news", width=150, height=200),
        background="green", name="g2")
rp.button(panel, function(panel) { panel }, "press A",
        pos=list(row=1, column=1, sticky=""), parentname="g1")
rp.button(panel, function(panel) { panel }, "press B",
        pos=list(row=2, column=2, sticky="news"), parentname="g1")
rp.button(panel, function(panel) { panel }, "press C",
        pos=list("left",width=50, height=150), parentname="g2")
rp.grid(panel, pos=list(row=0, column=0, sticky="", width=10, height=10),
        background="yellow", parentname="g0")

## End(Not run)

rpanel documentation built on May 7, 2018, 5:05 p.m.

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