The plotting functions
scatterPlot leave an object named
latestPlot in the
frame from which they were called.
tisLegend uses that object
to set legend arguments (which you can override) and sets reasonable
defaults for other arguments.
optional arguments to be passed on to
Optional numbers between 0 and 1 to specify placement relative to the boundaries of the plot.
passed along to
passed along as
gets multiplied by the
This function is not strictly necessary, in that you could just
tisLegend makes things a
bit easier, however, by using the same argument names as
scatterPlot to specify
boxType, rather than the
yrel arguments provide an
alternative way to specify legend placement, one that is used by the
a list of the arguments that were sent on to
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