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2007 Jun 19
5
plot only x- and y-axis with origin, no box()
hi all, I''m trying for quite some time to have an x- and y-axis, but no entire box. >plot(..,axes=F) >axis(1) >axis(2) Gives this, but their axes do not go to the origin. Quite a number of people find this gap between the two axes disturbing. Has anyone an idea how to let these axes go to the origin? thank you in advance [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
2008 Sep 19
2
plot order in multi-panel figure
Hi, Does anyone know if there is a way to ''reset the plot number'' on a traditional graphics device? For instance, I want to have two plots on stacked top of each other (mfrow=c(2,1)) but with underlying grid lines spanning both figures vertically. I can put the grid lines on top if I add them last: par(mfrow=c(2,1)) plot.new() plot.window(c(0,1),c(0,1)) for( i in 1:2) axis(i)
2017 Jul 26
1
axis() after image.plot() does not work except if points() is inserted between
Thanks... I agree that the problem was explained in the documentation but I can't find a way to have axis() working even manipulating par("plt") or with graphics.reset = TRUE: - adding graphics.reset=TRUE does not allow axis() to be shown; - I see that par()$plt is involved but it is the not sufficient to explain why axis() works because if it is changed by hand, axes are not
2010 Feb 01
2
Adding line plot to a barplot
Hi, I am trying to add a line plot of barplot, and while the following script works: barplot(DATA1,bty=''c'') par(new=T) plot(DATA2,type="l",axes=F,xlab="",ylab="",bty=''c'') axis(4) for some reason the y axis'' do not align (the 0s are not in the same position). Is this because I am trying to overlay plot on barplot, and is
2011 May 10
2
Leyenda de las series en tsplot
Hola de nuevo: Sigo enfrascado con mi dichoso procedimiento para generar modelos de predicción de series temporales. Llegado un momento pretendo guardar un gráfico en el que se representara: -En a estarán los puntos obtenidos por el alisado (tanto en el pasado como las estimaciones a futuro) -En o estará la serie de datos original. -En inf los limites inferiores de los intervalos de confianza
2017 Jul 25
1
axis() after image.plot() does not work except if points() is inserted between
>>>>> Marc Girondot via R-help <r-help at r-project.org> >>>>> on Mon, 24 Jul 2017 09:35:06 +0200 writes: > Thanks for the proposition. As you see bellow, par("usr") is the same > before and after the points() (the full code is bellow): > .... >> par("usr") > [1] -0.2500000 1.2500000 -0.1666667
2010 Nov 11
4
overlap histogram and density
Hi, Does anybody encounter the same problem when we overlap histogram and density     that the density line seem to shift to the right a little bit?           If you do have the same problem, what should we do to correct that?           Thank you.           par(mar=c(4,4,2,1.2),oma=c(0,0,0,0))     hist(datobs,prob=TRUE, main ="Volume of a catchment from four    
2009 Jan 15
2
Zoo Plot Can't Get Rid of Box
Hi, I apologise for the stupid question but how to you get rid of the box around a plot in the package zoo? I can''t seem to find an equivalent for bty="l" i.e. just x and y axis. Cheers James -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Zoo-Plot-Can%27t-Get-Rid-of-Box-tp21468452p21468452.html Sent from the R help mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
2017 Nov 20
2
Σχετ: change colour in barplot
Dear all,? I am really sorry for this. I have attached the script and a .csv file with an example.? Hope this will help. Many thanks,Maria ???? 11:53 ?.?. ???????, 20 ????????? 2017, ?/? Duncan Murdoch <murdoch.duncan at gmail.com> ??????: On 20/11/2017 6:38 AM, Maria Lathouri via R-help wrote: >? Dear all > I know that it is a very simple question but it seems
2010 Nov 25
4
overlap cdf plots and add colors and etc
Hi r-users, I would like to overlap 2 ecdf plots.  I tried this below and it gives me two plots of ecdf but just both just in black. par(mar=c(4,4,2,1.2),oma=c(0,0,0,0),xaxs="i", yaxs="i") plot(ecdf(datobs)) lines(ecdf(gam_sum_gen)) Then I try to add colors etc and also the legend but fail. par(mar=c(4,4,2,1.2),oma=c(0,0,0,0),xaxs="i", yaxs="i")
2017 Jul 28
1
[FORGED] Re: axis() after image.plot() does not work except if points() is inserted between
Hi I believe this is a clipping bug in the 'graphics' package. A simpler version of the problem is this ... plot(1:10) mtext("margin-label", side=2, at=9, las=1, line=1, adj=0) par(mfg=c(1,1)) ## Only the text within the plot region is drawn mtext("margin-label", side=2, at=9, las=1, line=1, adj=0, col="red") I have committed a fix to the development
2011 Jul 27
3
Creating a flat legend 'grob' for lattice xyplot
Hi, I want my xyplot legend to be flat, not tall, and there seems to be no way for xyplot''s auto.key and key elements to do this: I tried many, many permutations of what I could find in the archives and reading the documentation. If there there''s a way to make it flat, please tell me what the magic incantation is. Here''s a simple example of what I like to see. The
2017 Nov 20
1
change colour in barplot
On 20/11/2017 6:38 AM, Maria Lathouri via R-help wrote: > Dear all > I know that it is a very simple question but it seems that I cannot change the colour in the bars. > I have the following dataframe: > A ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?? B ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? C ? ? ? ? ? D ? ? ? ?? E ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?? F ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?? G ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?0.0.24 ? ? ? ?? 152460 ? ? ? ? 474 ? ? ? 5.5 ? ? ??
1998 Jul 28
1
R-beta: feedback R-0.62.2
Some observations as feedback on minor points that I came across while enjoying [R-0.62.2]: 1. par(bty="n"): sometimes (depending on data) points appear to "spill out" of the plot using default xlim and ylim values (are default axes a bit too short?) 2. points(x,y,pch="c") allows points to plot outside existing plot box (an interesting feature, but may be a bug?);
2017 Nov 20
1
Σχετ: change colour in barplot
On 20/11/2017 7:09 AM, Maria Lathouri wrote: > Dear all, > > I am really sorry for this. I have attached the script and a .csv file > with an example. The problem is that you have dat as a matrix with only one row. barplot() applies the colours to the rows of dat; since you have only one row, everything ends up blue. You can fix this by creating dat as a vector using
2017 Jul 24
1
axis() after image.plot() does not work except if points() is inserted between
Thanks for the proposition. As you see bellow, par("usr") is the same before and after the points() (the full code is bellow): .... > par("usr") [1] -0.2500000 1.2500000 -0.1666667 1.1666667 > # if you remove this points() function, axis will show nothing. > > points(1.5, 1.5, type="p") > p2 <- par(no.readonly=TRUE) > par("usr")
2013 May 12
1
How to center a horizontal legend with specified 'text.width'
Hello dear list, I just cannot figure out how to do this and didn''t find a solution for my specific problem. I want to place a centered horizontal legend between 4 plots. That''s no problem. The problem is: As soon as I specify the "text.width" parameter to separate the two legend entries, the legend is not centered anymore. I thought the ''xjust''
2017 Nov 20
1
change colour in barplot
Dear all I know that it is a very simple question but it seems that I cannot change the colour in the bars. I have the following dataframe:? A ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?? B ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? C ? ? ? ? ? D ? ? ? ?? E ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?? F ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?? G ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?0.0.24 ? ? ? ?? 152460 ? ? ? ? 474 ? ? ? 5.5 ? ? ?? 612000 ? ? ? ? ? 59061000 ? ? ? 1540313 and here is the script:
2011 May 26
15
3 Y axis possible?
Dear list, We have three time course profiles with very different scales, and we want to show them in one plot. Is it possible to have three y axis? I guess not, then what would be other options? something like two 2-y axis plots on a three dimensional view? Appreciate any comment. Jun Shen [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
2008 Aug 01
0
standardize ggplot and lattice themes
Dear list, I''m writing a long document (thesis) and as much as I would like to use only ggplot2 for the graphics, some features are still a bit undocumented so I often end up choosing either ggplot2, lattice, or base plots (which i know better) depending on the particular graph to produce. With the default settings, this does not make for a consistent look I would like to see