Description Usage Arguments Note Author(s) References Examples

The goal of this function is to add grids on an existing plot created using the package scatterplot3d

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`x, y, z` |
numeric vectors specifying the x, y, z coordinates of points. x can be a matrix or a data frame containing 3 columns corresponding to the x, y and z coordinates. In this case the arguments y and z are optional |

`grid` |
specifies the facet(s) of the plot on which grids should be drawn. Possible values are the combination of "xy", "xz" or "yz". Example: grid = c("xy", "yz"). The default value is TRUE to add grids only on xy facet. |

`col.grid, lty.grid` |
color and line type to be used for grids |

`lab` |
a numerical vector of the form c(x, y, len). The values of x and y give the (approximate) number of tickmarks on the x and y axes. |

`lab.z` |
the same as lab, but for z axis |

`scale.y` |
of y axis related to x- and z axis |

`angle` |
angle between x and y axis |

`"xlim, ` |
ylim, zlim" the x, y and z limits (min, max) of the plot. |

Users who want to extend an existing scatterplot3d graphic with the function addgrids3d, should consider to set the arguments scale.y, angle, ..., to the value used in scatterplot3d.

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