xy.send: INTERACTIVE SCATTERPLOT

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Note Author(s) References See Also Examples

View source: R/xy.send.R

Description

This function is a wrapper to sendplot that will create a single interactive scatterplot

Usage

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xy.send(plot.call, 
        x.pos,
        y.pos,
        plot.extras = NA,
        mai.mat=NA, mai.prc=FALSE,
        xy.labels=NA,
        image.size="800x1100",
        spot.radius = 5,
        fname.root="Splot",
        dir="./",
        window.size = "800x1100", 
        ...)

Arguments

plot.call

character vector containing single plot call

x.pos

vector of x locations for interactive points

y.pos

vector of y locations for interactive points

plot.extras

List of additional plotting calls that should be executed for the plot.

mai.mat

1 x 4 matrix of values to be passed in for each plots par mai. n is equal to the length of plot.calls. If NA, uses default margins.

mai.prc

logical indicating if mai mat values are percentages or hard coded values. If mai.proc is T, indicates percentage.

xy.labels

list of matricies. All matricies should be of n x m where n is the length of xpos or ypos. This information is displayed in the interactive plot window

image.size

character indicating size of device.

spot.radius

radius of circle in pixels indicating area that will be interactive around the center of graphed points

fname.root

Base name to use for all files created.

dir

directory path to where files should be created. Default creates files in working directory

window.size

size of the html window

...

additional arguments to the makeImap function

Details

This function is a wrapper for the sendplot function to create a single interacive scatterplot. See initSplot, makeImap, and makeSplot for more information.

Users are encouraged to read the package vignette which includes a detailed discussion of all function arguments as well as several useful examples.

Value

Creates a static and interactive scatterplot

Note

The interactive html plot currently only works in web browsers that implement java script.

The code used to create the javascript embedded in html file is a modified version of the javascript code or from the open source tooltip library. see reference links

Author(s)

Lori A. Shepherd, Daniel P. Gaile

References

http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/onlamp/2007/07/05/writing-advanced-javascript.html

http://www.walterzorn.com/tooltip/tooltip\_e.htm

See Also

initSplot, makeImap, makeSplot, imagesend, heatmap.send, sendplot-package, sendxy

Examples

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library(sendplot)
library(rtiff)


plot.call=c("plot(mtcars$hp,mtcars$mpg,xlab='gross horsepower',
                   ylab='miles per gallon',axes=FALSE,pch=mtcars$cyl,
                   col=mtcars$am+1,cex=0.875,
                   main='Motor Trend Car Road Tests')")

plot.extras=c("axis(1);axis(2);
              legend(200,25,pch=rep(c(4,6,8),2),col=c(rep(1,3),rep(2,3)),
                     legend=paste(rep(c(4,6,8),2),'cylinders,',
                              c('automatic','manual')[c(rep(1,3),rep(2,3))]),cex=0.875)")


#set up temporary directory
direct = paste(tempdir(),"/",sep="")
direct


xy.send(plot.call=plot.call,
       y.pos=mtcars$mpg,x.pos=mtcars$hp,
       xy.labels = data.frame(name=rownames(mtcars),mtcars=mtcars), 
       plot.extras=plot.extras,
       image.size="800x600",
       fname.root="exPlotXY", dir = direct, font.size=18)

lshep/sendplot documentation built on Nov. 18, 2017, 5:10 p.m.