`l_scale3D.Rd`

`l_scale3D`

scales its argument in a variety of ways used for 3D visualization.

l_scale3D(x, center = TRUE, method = c("box", "sphere"))

x | the matrix or data.frame whose columns are to be scaled. |
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center | either a logical value or numeric-alike vector of length equal to the number of columns of x, where ‘numeric-alike’ means that as.numeric(.) will be applied successfully if is.numeric(.) is not true. |

method | the scaling method to use: if "box" (the default) then the columns are scaled to have equal ranges; if "sphere" then x is centered, scaled to equal standard deviation and then decomposed via a singular value decomposition so that the resulting variables are uncorrelated. |

a data.frame whose columns are centred and scaled according to the given arguments.

Other three-dimensional plotting functions: `l_plot3D.default`

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`l_plot3D`

##### Iris with(l_scale3D(iris[,1:4]), l_plot3D(Petal.Length, Petal.Width, Sepal.Length, linkingGroup = "iris"))#> [1] ".l115.plot3D" #> attr(,"class") #> [1] "l_plot3D" "l_plot" "loon"#> [1] ".l116.plot3D" #> attr(,"class") #> [1] "l_plot3D" "l_plot" "loon"# With the Species as a factor with(l_scale3D(iris), l_plot3D(Petal.Length, Petal.Width, Sepal.Length, linkingGroup = "iris"))#> [1] ".l117.plot3D" #> attr(,"class") #> [1] "l_plot3D" "l_plot" "loon"#> [1] ".l118.plot3D" #> attr(,"class") #> [1] "l_plot3D" "l_plot" "loon"