panel functions for spplot functions, and functions that can be useful within these panel functions
spplot.key(sp.layout, rows = 1, cols = 1) SpatialPolygonsRescale(obj, offset, scale = 1, fill = "black", col = "black", plot.grid = TRUE, ...) sp.lines(obj, col = 1, ...) sp.points(obj, pch = 3, ...) sp.polygons(obj, col = 1, fill = "transparent", ...) sp.grid(obj, col = 1, alpha = 1,..., at = pretty(obj[]), col.regions = col) sp.text(loc, txt, ...) sp.panel.layout(lst, p.number, ...) bbexpand(x, fraction)
- list; see spplot for definition
- integer; panel row(s) for which the layout should be drawn
- integer; panel column(s) for which the layout should be drawn
- object of class SpatialPolygons-class for
SpatialPolygonsRescale; of class SpatialLines-class, Lines-class or Line-class for
sp.linesof a class that has a coordinates-methods for
sp.points; of class SpatialPolygons-class for
sp.polygons. When obj is character, the actual object is retrieved by
get(obj)before its class is evaluated.
- offset for shifting a Polygons object
- scale for rescaling
- fill color
- line color
- logical; plot through grid functions (TRUE), or through traditional graphics functions (FALSE)
- plotting character
- numeric; values at which colour breaks should occur
- colours to fill the grid cells, defaults to col
- numeric vector of two elements
- text to be plotted
- alpha (transparency) level
- sp.layout argument, see spplot
- panel number; in a panel, panel.number() should be passed to this argument
- length two numeric vector, containing a range
- fraction to expand the range by
- arguments passed to the underlying panel, lattice or grid functions
http://r-spatial.sourceforge.net/ has a graph gallery with examples with R code.
The panel functions of spplot,
panel.gridplot for grids,
panel.pointsplot for points, or
panel.polygonsplot for lines or polygons can be called with arguments
(x,y,...). Customizing spplot plots can be done by extending the panel function, or by supplying an sp.layout argument; see the documentation for spplot. Inside these panel functions,
sp.panel.layout is called to deal with plotting the items in a
SpatialPolygonsRescale scales and shifts an object of class SpatialPolygons-class; this is useful e.g. for scale bars, or other layout items.
sp.text plot lines, points, polygons or text in a panel.
spplot.key draws the
sp.layout object at given rows/cols.
sp.pagefn can be passed as a
page argument, and will call function
spplot.key for the last panel drawn on a page.
Documentation reproduced from package sp, version 1.0-14. License: GPL (>= 2)