4.2.plot.structure.handlers  R Documentation 
Function(s) for handling (front end) plot arguments like x and strip that manage the plot structure.
formulaHandler(x, data = NULL, groups = NULL, ...,
expand.plot.args = TRUE, formula.type = "z~x*ycond", panel.zcases = FALSE,
coord.conversion = NULL, lattice.like = NULL, check.xy.dimensions = TRUE,
check.coord.dimensions = TRUE, get.zcase.dimensions = TRUE,
output = "extra.args")
matrixHandler(x, data = NULL, row.values=NULL, column.values=NULL,
...)
stripHandler(..., striplab=NULL)
getZcaseDimensions(...)
x 
(For 
data 
If supplied, the assumed source of the elements of formula

groups 
If supplied, the grouping argument to be used with

... 
Additional arguments are passed on to related functions. 
expand.plot.args 
For 
formula.type 
For 
panel.zcases 
For 
coord.conversion 
For 
lattice.like 
For 
check.xy.dimensions , check.coord.dimensions 
For 
get.zcase.dimensions 
For 
output 
For 
row.values , column.values 
For 
striplab 
For 
formulaHandler
manages the formula component or x
element of
of loa plot functions.
For example, for loaPlot
it assumes the general formula structure
z ~ x * y  cond
, and applies it in a similar fashion to the
lattice
function levelplot
.
Within the formula part of the plot call x
and y
are the
horizontal and vertical axes, z
is any additional information to be
used in point, symbol, surface or glyph generation, and cond
any
additional conditioning to be applied. (The coordinates, x
and
y
, are required elements; z
and cond
are typically
optional.)
matrixHandler
converts a matrix supplied as x
element of a
loa plot to a formula and associated data
. If row.values
and
column.values
are supplied, these are used as (x,y)
values for the supplied matrix.
stripHandler
manages the strip component of loa plot functions.
getZcaseDimensions
tracks the dimensions of multiple z
formulaHandler
returns a list, containing the plot elements
defined in the supplied formula.
matrixHandler
returns a list containing all supplied arguments,
subject to the following modifications: matrix x
converted to formula
(z~x*y
); data
, replaced with supplied matrix content;
xlim
and ylim
, added is not suppied.
stripHandler
returns a list containing all supplied arguments,
subject to the following modifications: strip
, Updated or generated
if not supplied; striplab
, added to strip
via the strip
argument var.name
, if this is undeclared in call.
getZcaseDimensions
returns a list containing all the supplied
arguments, plus two additions arguments (if supplied in the call):
zcase.zlim
and z.rowsum.lim
. zcase.zlim
is a
list of lim
values, one for each zcase
.
z.rowsum.lim
is the range of 'byrow' sums of zcases
.
These are calculated using any zcase
information supplied in
the call.
These function are in development and may be subject to changes.
The current version of formulaHandler
includes code from the
stats
function get_all_vars
. It operates in a similar
fashion to the previous version but checks zcase dimensions.
The previous version of formulaHandler
was a wrapper for
the lattice
function latticeParseFormula
. This
version of formulaHandler
was updated to simplify multiple
z
argument handling.
The latest version of formulaHandler
includes more flexible
formula.type
handling. For example, it can now handle formulas
that have more than two coordinates. As a result the
check.xy.dimensions
argument was replaced with a
check.coord.dimensions
argument. The previous argument
will however remain in the function formals and function as before
until all related code has been updated.
The latest version of formulaHandler
uses getZcaseDimensions
to calculate the dimensions of z
if it is multipart, e.g.
z1 + z2 + etc ~ x * y
rather than z ~ x * y
.
The current version of matrixHandler
is based on code from
levelplot.matrix in lattice
. If used with x
and
data
arguments it will overwrite data
with the matrix
content.
Karl Ropkins
This function makes extensive use of code developed by others.
lattice: Sarkar, Deepayan (2008) Lattice: Multivariate Data Visualization with R. Springer, New York. ISBN 9780387759685
In loa: loaPlot
; panelPal
In other packages: levelplot
in lattice
.
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