Lattice exercises – part 2

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plot exercises-1In this set of exercises we will use lattice package. Firstly, we have to install this package with command install.packages("lattice") and then we will call it library(lattice) . Lattice package permits us to create univariate, bivariate and trivariate plots. For this set of exercises we will see trivariate plots. We will use a dataset example that we have to download from here here.

Answers to the exercises are available here.

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Exercise 1
For first exercise, create a level plot formula for matches won against an interaction between goals done and goals received per team

Exercise 2
Now, use the same formula of the previous exercise in a countourplot. Try difference between region option

Exercise 3
Now, produce a cloud plot of number of injuries againts an interaction between goals received and goals done

Exercise 4
Using the same formula of the previous exercise, produce a wireframe plot

Exercise 5
For the previous exercises we used formula plot. Now try to produce a levelplot matrix using a matrix of goals done goals received and number of injuries

Exercise 6
Using the same matrix produced previously, create a contour plot matrix

Exercise 7
Now, create a cloud matrix plot

Exercise 8
Finally, produce a wireframe matrix plot using the matrix created in exercise 5.

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