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houy@pfizer.com
26 May 1998 15:14:52 -0400



I am quite sure it is in trellis.args in the UNIX version. The following is part
of the code I used that demonstrates how the arg scale is used. Unfortunately I
can not check because I do not have UNIX any more (How sad!)

pd.plo <- dotplot(erythema _ hour | pno, groups = varname, data = patch.d,
layout = c(5, 6), pch = superpose.sy_pch, strip = function(...)
strip.default(..., strip.names = c(T, T)), par.strip = list(cex = 0.5),
cex = 0.5, xlab = "Time (after patch removal)", ylab =
"Ratings (0-4))", scales = list(cex = 0.5, x = list(at = c(0, 6,
12, 24), labels = c(0, 6, 12, 24))), panel = function(x, y, ...),
...

Yunkui Hou

Pfizer
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Subject: [S] R
e:[S] x axis limits on barchart
Author: owner-s-news@wubios.wustl.edu at Internet
Date: 5/26/98 12:25 PM

Douglas Bates <bates@stat.wisc.edu> wrote:

>> The solution is to specify a "scales" argument to the
>> barchart call and within the x-axis scales list use
>> "axs", not "xaxs" as I was trying to do.

Me as well!

>> ...
>> S> barchart( activity ? proportion, data = tiger,
>> + scales = list(x = list(axs = "i")), xlim = c(0,10))

I was very much interested in this solution. But I was
wondering where this argument, i.e. 'axs' is documented.

Neither in help(trellis.args) nor in Trellis Graphics
User's Manual (Versions 2.0 & 2.1) I can find any
references.

Can anybody point me to the appropriate documentation
(if there is one)?

-- Christian
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