This function stacks a list of grobs into a single column gtable of the given width and heights.

gtable_col(name, grobs, width = NULL, heights = NULL, z = NULL,
  vp = NULL)

Arguments

name

a string giving the name of the table. This is used to name the layout viewport

grobs

a single grob or a list of grobs

width

a unit vector giving the width of this column

heights

a unit vector giving the height of each row

z

a numeric vector giving the order in which the grobs should be plotted. Use Inf (the default) to plot above or -Inf below all existing grobs. By default positions are on the integers, giving plenty of room to insert new grobs between existing grobs.

vp

a grid viewport object (or NULL).

Value

A gtable with one column and as many rows as elements in the grobs list.

See also

Other gtable construction: gtable_matrix, gtable_row, gtable_spacer, gtable

Examples

library(grid) a <- rectGrob(gp = gpar(fill = "red")) b <- circleGrob() c <- linesGrob() gt <- gtable_col("demo", list(a, b, c)) gt
#> TableGrob (3 x 1) "demo": 3 grobs #> z cells name grob #> 1 1 (1-1,1-1) demo rect[GRID.rect.84] #> 2 2 (2-2,1-1) demo circle[GRID.circle.85] #> 3 3 (3-3,1-1) demo lines[GRID.lines.86]
plot(gt)