Plot conditioning handling
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condsPanelHandler(..., conds = NULL, panel = NULL, by.cond = NULL, process = TRUE, plot = TRUE) groupsPanelHandler(..., groups = NULL, panel = NULL, by.group = NULL, process = TRUE, plot = TRUE) zcasesPanelHandler(..., zcases = NULL, panel = NULL, by.zcase = NULL, process = TRUE, plot = TRUE) groupsAndZcasesPanelHandler(panel=NULL, ..., plot = TRUE, process = TRUE) groupsHandler(z = NULL, groups = NULL, ..., group.ids = NULL, handler = "zzz") zcasesHandler(z = NULL, zcases = NULL, ..., zcases.ids = NULL, handler = "zzz") groupsAndZcasesHandler(..., loa.settings = NULL) stepwiseZcasesGlyphHandler(zcases = NULL, ..., zcase.ids = NULL, panel.elements = NULL, loaGlyph = NULL)
Additional arguments. See Notes below.
For all supplied additional arguments,
Passed to and handled by
If given, vectors of the unique cases in
If given, the names of all plot arguments that have been
NOTE: These functions are currently in development and may be subject to changes.
condsPanelHandler is a general purpose function that can be used to routinely
manage plot conditioning within a
panel... function call. It takes all undeclared
arguments are supplied to it, and subsets them by unique case in the supplied
argument. Then it modifies each of these based on the associated elements of
and processes and/or plots the results depending on
groupsPanelHandler is similar but is intended for use with the plot call argument
zcasesPanelHandler is similar but is intended for use with arguments conditioned
within the z term of the plot formula. So, for example, for unique handling of
z2 cases in the plot
groupsAndZcasesPanelHandler is a wrapper for
allows users to simultaneously and uniquely handle both types of conditioning.
stepwiseZcasesGlyphHandler is a
...Handler function for generating gylph plots
based on multiple z inputs.
..PanelHandlers functions are intended for use with
Using different combinations of these allows plot developers a high degree of
This function is in development and may be subject to changes.
This function makes extensive use of code developed by others.
lattice: Sarkar, Deepayan (2008) Lattice: Multivariate Data Visualization with R. Springer, New York. ISBN 978-0-387-75968-5
For information on related functions in other packages, see