Sometimes you may want to include more complex patterns of interactivity into a plot, for example where interaction with one plot elements triggers changes or appearance / disappearance in a wider group of other plot elements.
In this case you can utilise the ability to group elements in a plot,
so that interaction with any one of the group elements that has been
indicated as interactive with the argument
interactive = TRUE will trigger changes as specified by
highlight in all other plot elements in the same group.
The example below builds up a plot with more complex interactivity based on these principles.
# Set data <- iris$Sepal.Length x_vals <- iris$Sepal.Width y_vals <- iris$Petal.Length z_vals <- rainbow(point_cols