This website is for generating standard statistical graphics in R. The goal is to teach the user how to use basic Lattice skills through examples.
Alter and combine the code to have it fit your needs. There is no problem in repeating the same Variation(s) with different arguments within the same plot.
Please make sure to take a look at the Documents and Tips tab. It contains very useful information.
If you are wanting to print from this website, make sure the print setup is set to 'Landscape' instead of portrait.
Keeping the print setup in 'Portrait' is fine for printing code.
The site is optimized to be full screen on the ENGINE laptops
The structure of the website pages is set up into main areas:
- Menu Bar
- Example Picture
- It is to help you navigate to the most pertinent information
- Tabs marks with a black triangle are 'selected'
- May contain up to two 'level's
- 1st Level
- The first level is constantly there
- It is links between the main areas
- 2nd Level
- It is for immediate/helpful links
- Box, Quantile, and Scatter Plot
- Shows all of the variations that you could put inside the panel
- Darker tabs are Variations that you should use
- While the lighter tabs are ones that you could use
- Y~Y Plot has an intermediate level: Lattice / Base
- Documents and Tips
- First row - links to R documents
- Second row - links to Tips
Documentation & Code
- Helps explain the code or example
- Is for you to copy and paste and alter as you see fit
- It is for learning and examples
- Serves as an example of what the 'code' will produce
- Is a link to a bigger picture and the code to produce the picture
- Please click on them
Choose a link above to get started. Make sure you look at the Data Sets tab to see what data is being used for the examples and how your data should be formatted. Don't forget to look at Documents and Tips.
If you are stumped on any of the R commands or do not know what is going on, please contact either Francois Mercier or Anthony Rossini.
Developed and Written by
- Barret Schloerke
- Francois Mercier
Input and Help From
- Petr Baudis, Charlotte Castellan, Gregory Pinault, Tony Rossini, David James and Justin Wilkins