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February 13, 2014


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A few mistakes in there. The grid package is not based on lattice graphics; grid provides the basis on which lattice and ggplot2 are built. So it's more accurate to say the 2 basic systems for static graphics are base graphics and grid, and the 3 high level static graphics systems are base graphics, lattice, and ggplot2.

As well, rgl's relation to Rcmdr is a lot like grid's relation to lattice and ggplot2: rgl provides the underlying support, Rcmdr does the nice user interface.

I'd also mention misc3d, which makes a few nice additions on top of any of rgl, grid or base graphics, in particular 3D contour plots.

Thank you Duncan!

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