For a given number k, magic.dim provides a vector containing two elements, the number of rows (k1) and columns (k2), respectively, which can be used to set the dimension of a single graphic device so that k1*k2 plots can be drawn by row (or by column) on the device.

magic.dim(k)

Arguments

k

an integer

Value

numeric vector with two elements

See also

primeFactors and bestCombination which are internally used to complete the task.

n2mfrow is a similar function from package grDevices.