This function can be used to create the loon object handles from a vector of the widget path name and the object ids (in the order of the parent-child relationships).




loon object specification (e.g. ".l0.plot")


loon's plot handles are useful to query and modify plot states via the command line.

For more information run: l_help("learn_R_intro.html#re-creating-object-handles")

See also


if(interactive()){ # plot handle p <- l_plot(x=1:3, y=1:3) p_new <- l_create_handle(unclass(p)) p_new['showScales'] # glyph handle gl <- l_glyph_add_text(p, text=LETTERS[1:3]) gl_new <- l_create_handle(c(as.vector(p), as.vector(gl))) gl_new['text'] # layer handle l <- l_layer_rectangle(p, x=c(1,3), y=c(1,3), color='yellow', index='end') l_new <- l_create_handle(c(as.vector(p), as.vector(l))) l_new['color'] # navigator handle g <- l_graph(linegraph(completegraph(LETTERS[1:3]))) nav <- l_navigator_add(g) nav_new <- l_create_handle(c(as.vector(g), as.vector(nav))) nav_new['from'] # context handle con <- l_context_add_context2d(nav) con_new <- l_create_handle(c(as.vector(g), as.vector(nav), as.vector(con))) con_new['separator'] }