Positioning charts with fig and fin

February 9, 2009

(This article was first published on Programming R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

R offers several ways to spatially orient multiple graphs in a single graphing space. The layout() function and mfrow/mfcol parameter settings are adequate solutions for many tasks and allow the graphing space to be broken up into tabular or matrix-based arrangements. For more fine grained manipulation, the fig and fin parameter settings are available. This article illustrates the capabilities and use of fig and fin.

First we’ll create some simulation data to work with:

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