panel.voronoi {latticeExtra}R Documentation

Panel functions for level-coded irregular points

Description

These panel functions for levelplot can represent irregular (x, y) points with a color covariate. panel.levelplot.points simply draws color-coded points. panel.voronoi uses the deldir package to calculate the spatial extension of a set of points in 2 dimensions. This is known variously as a Voronoi mosaic, a Dirichlet tesselation, or Thiessen polygons.

Usage

panel.voronoi(x, y, z, subscripts = TRUE, at = pretty(z),
   points = TRUE, border = "transparent",
   na.rm = FALSE, win.expand = 0.07, use.tripack = FALSE,
   ...,
   col.regions = regions$col, alpha.regions = regions$alpha)

panel.levelplot.points(x, y, z, subscripts = TRUE, at = pretty(z),
   shrink, labels, label.style, contour, region,
   pch = 21, col.symbol = "#00000044",
   ...,
   col.regions = regions$col, fill = NULL)

Arguments

x, y, z an irregular set of points at locations (x, y) with value z.
subscripts integer vector indicating what subset of x, y and z to draw. Typically passed by levelplot.
at, col.regions, alpha.regions color scale definition; see panel.levelplot.
points whether to draw the (x, y) points.
border color for polygon borders.
na.rm if TRUE, points with missing z values will be excluded from the calculation of polygons. If FALSE, those polygons are calculated but are not drawn (i.e. are transparent).
win.expand defines the rectangular window bounding the polygons. This is a factor by which to expand the range of the data. Set to 0 to limit drawing at the furthest data point locations. Ignored if use.tripack = TRUE.
use.tripack if TRUE, use tripack package rather than deldir. See Details.
... further arguments are passed to panel.xyplot if points = TRUE.
pch, col.symbol symbol and border color for points. A filled symbol should be used, i.e. in the range 21-25.
shrink, labels, label.style, contour, region, fill ignored.

Details

The tripack package implementation is faster than deldir but not under a fully free licence. Also, the deldir package allows polygons to be clipped to a rectangular window (the win.expand argument).

Author(s)

Felix Andrews felix@nfrac.org

See Also

tileplot, panel.levelplot, deldir

Examples

## a variant of Figure 5.6 from Sarkar (2008)
## http://lmdvr.r-forge.r-project.org/figures/figures.html?chapter=05;figure=05_06

depth.ord <- rev(order(quakes$depth))
quakes$Magnitude <- equal.count(quakes$mag, 4)
quakes.ordered <- quakes[depth.ord, ]

levelplot(depth ~ long + lat | Magnitude, data = quakes.ordered,
         panel = panel.levelplot.points, type = c("p", "g"),
         aspect = "iso", prepanel = prepanel.default.xyplot)

## a levelplot with jittered cells

xyz <- expand.grid(x = 0:9, y = 0:9)
xyz[] <- jitter(as.matrix(xyz))
xyz$z <- with(xyz, sqrt((x - 5)^2 + (y - 5)^2))
levelplot(z ~ x * y, xyz, panel = panel.voronoi, points = FALSE)

## hexagonal cells

xyz$y <- xyz$y + c(0, 0.5)
levelplot(z ~ x * y, xyz, panel = panel.voronoi, points = FALSE)
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