A basic user settings facility, like
character giving the name of a setting.
new options can be defined, or existing ones modified, using one or more arguments of the form 'name = value' or by passing a list of such tagged values. Existing values can be retrieved by supplying the names (as character strings) of the components as unnamed arguments.
The available options and their current values can be seen with
The options are:
default for the argument to
latticistCompose. Note, this value can be
over-ridden by specifying
defaultPlot in the
line type for scatterplots; one (or more) of "smooth", "r" or "a".
add.sub to FALSE to omit the subtitle. Set
sub.func to a character value for the subtitle, or a
function to generate the subtitle. It is passed arguments
threshold number of data points (per panel, on average), at which to change the plot type to something more appropriate for large datasets.
qqmath, in the
VERYMANY case, the
argument is used to approximate the distribution with 100 points.
densityplot, in the
VERYMANY case, data points
are not drawn.
these lists are combined to form a list of arguments to
First, if the number of panels is 3 or more, the values in
style.3panels are used. If the number of panels is 7 or
more, the values in
style.7panels are also used.
Next, if the number of data points (per panel) exceeds
MANY, the values in
style.MANY are used.
If they also exceed
VERYMANY, the values in
style.VERYMANY are used in addition to those already
sets the maximum number of panels to show on one page.
default number of levels to use when making shingles or
factors. This can be over-ridden by specifying
shingle.overlap sets the amount of overlap for shingles;
in the default case (TRUE), most errors are caught and displayed
to the user in a dialog box. Set to FALSE to avoid the
tryCatch block and thus allow debugging.
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