R Graphics

ISBN-10: 1439831769

ISBN-13: 9781439831762

Edition: 2nd 2011 (Revised)

Authors: Paul Murrell

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Book details

Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: CRC Press LLC
Publication date: 6/2/2011
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 546
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.980

Paul Murrell is a senior lecturer in the Department of Statistics at the University of Auckland in New Zealand.

List of Figures
List of Tables
Preface
An Introduction to R Graphics
R graphics examples
Standard plots
Trellis plots
The Grammar of Graphics
Specialized plots
General graphical scenes
The organization of R graphics
Types of graphics functions
Traditional graphics versus grid graphics
Traditional Graphics
Simple Usage of Traditional Graphics
The traditional graphics model
The plot() function
Plots of a single variable
Plots of two variables
Plots of many variables
Arguments to graphics functions
Standard arguments to graphics functions
Specialized plots
Interactive graphics
Customizing Traditional Graphics
The traditional graphics model in more detail
Plotting regions
The traditional graphics state
Controlling the appearance of plots
Colors
Lines
Text
Data symbols
Axes
Plotting regions
Clipping
Moving to a new plot
Arranging multiple plots
Using the traditional graphics state
Layouts
The split-screen approach
Annotating plots
Annotating the plot region
Annotating the margins
Legends
Axes
Coordinate systems
Special cases
Creating new plots
A simple plot from scratch
A more complex plot from scratch
Writing traditional graphics functions
Grid Graphics
Trellis Graphics: The lattice Package
The lattice graphics model
Why another graphics system?
lattice plot types
The formula argument and multipanel conditioning
The group argument and legends
The layout argument and arranging plots
The scales argument and labeling axes
The panel argument and annotating plots
Adding output to a lattice plot
par.settings and graphical parameters
Extending lattice plots
The latticeExtra package
The Grammar of Graphics: The ggplot2 Package
Quick plots
The ggplot2 graphics model
Why another graphics system?
An example data set
Data
Geoms and aesthetics
Scales
Statistical transformations
The group aesthetic
Position adjustments
Coordinate transformations
Facets
Themes
Annotating
Extending ggplot2
The grid Graphics Model
A brief overview of grid graphics
A simple example
Graphical primitives
Standard arguments
Clipping
Coordinate systems
Conversion functions
Complex units
Controlling the appearance of output
Specifying graphical parameter settings
Vectorized graphical parameter settings
Viewports
Pushing, popping, and navigating between viewports
Clipping to viewports
Viewport lists, stacks, and trees
Viewports as arguments to graphical primitives
Graphical parameter settings in viewports
Layouts
Missing values and non-finite values
Interactive graphics
Customizing lattice plots
Adding grid output to lattice output
Adding lattice output to grid output
Customizing ggplot2 output
Adding grid output to ggplot2 output
Adding ggplot2 output to grid output
The grid Graphics Object Model
Working with graphical output
Standard functions and arguments
Grob lists, trees, and paths
Graphical parameter settings in gTrees
Viewports as components of gTrees
Searching for grobs
Working with graphical objects off-screen
Capturing output
Placing and packing grobs in frames
Placing and packing off-screen
Other details about grobs
Calculating the sizes of grobs
Calculating the positions of grobs
Editing graphical context
Saving and loading grid graphics
Working with lattice grobs
Working with ggplot2 grobs
Developing New Graphics Functions and Objects
An example
Modularity
Simple graphics functions
Embedding graphical output
Facilitating annotation
Editing output
Absolute versus relative sizes
Graphical objects
Overview of creating a new graphical class
Defining a new graphical class
Validating grobs
Drawing grobs
Editing grobs
Querying grobs
Pre-drawing and post-drawing
Summary of graphical object methods
Completing the example
Reusing graphical elements
Other details
Debugging grid
The Graphics Engine
Graphics Formats
Graphics devices
Graphical output formats
Vector formats
Raster formats
Including R graphics in other documents
LATEX
�Productivity� software
Web pages
Device-specific features
Multiple pages of output
Display lists
Extension packages
Graphical Parameters
Colors
Semitransparent colors
Converting colors
Color sets
Device Dependency of Color Specifications
Line styles
Line widths
Line types
Line ends and joins
Data symbols
Fonts
Font family
Font face
Multi-line text
Locales
Mathematical formulae
Graphics Packages
Graphics Extensions
Tricks with text
Drawing formatted text on a plot
Avoiding text overlaps
Peculiar primitives
Confidence bars
Calculations on colors
The colorspace package
The RColorBrewer package
The munsell package
The dichromat package
Custom coordinates
Converting between traditional coordinate systems
Subplots
Atypical axes
Plot Extensions
Venn diagrams
Chernoff faces
Ternary plots
Soil texture diagrams
Polar plots
Wind roses
Hexagonal binning
Graphics for Categorical Data
The vcd package
XMM-Newton
Plots of categorical data
Categorical data on the y-axis
Visualizing contingency tables
Categorical plot matrices
Multipanel categorical plots
Customizing categorical plots
The vcdExtra package
Maps
Map data
The maps package
Shapefiles
Map annotation
Complex polygons
Map projections
Raster maps
Other packages
Node-and-edge Graphs
Creating graphs
The graph package
Graph layout and rendering
The Rgraphviz package
Graph attributes
Customization
Output formats
Hypergraphs
Other packages
The igraph package
The network package
Diagrams
The diagram and shape packages
3D Graphics
3D graphics concepts
The Canterbury earthquake
Traditional graphics
lattice graphics
The scatterplot3d package
The rgl package
The vrmlgen package
Dynamic and Interactive Graphics
Dynamic graphics
The animation package
Interactive graphics
Tools and techniques
The rggobi package
The iplots package
Graphics GUIs
GUIs for R
GUI toolkits
Interactive graphics for the web
Importing Graphics
The Moon and the tides
Importing raster graphics
Manipulating raster images
Importing vector graphics
The grImport package
Manipulating vector images
Combining Graphics Systems
The gridBase package
Annotating traditional graphics using grid
Traditional graphics in grid viewports
Problems and limitations
Bibliography
Index
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