Corpus ID: 7120900

Some Notes on Lattice

@inproceedings{Sarkar2003SomeNO,
  title={Some Notes on Lattice},
  author={D. Sarkar},
  year={2003}
}
Trellis Graphics is implemented in S-PLUS using the traditional S graphics engine. In contrast, Lattice, the implementation of Trellis Graphics in R, uses Grid as the underlying graphics mechanism. The decision to use Grid has obvious disadvantages, stemming from the fact that pre-existing graphics code cannot be used unchanged. We shall discuss some of the benefits of using Grid. Other important dierences between Trellis and Lattice are in the API. Although the Lattice API is largely based on… Expand
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