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Trellis Plot
A trellis plot (also known as a lattice plot or panel plot ) is a group of smaller plots arranged in a grid. Each small plot represents a different condition or item, and all small plots share the same scales. Trellis plots make complex or high-dimensional data easier to interpret due to the common scales of small plots aligned in a grid, with each small plot containing a single difference compared to the others.
In the trellis plot shown above , the single difference between small plots is the subject ( Unique Subject Identifier ), (ALT) ( blue ) and BILI ( red ) can easily be contrasted both within and between subjects, over the time course of the study ( Study Day of Specimen Collection ).