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2009 Aug 10
6
ggplot: colours to geom_segments
Just as an exercise I am tying to add colours to a geom_segment command. I can get one colour but not a sequence of colours. Can anyone suggest how I can get the green lines in the plot below to be different colours? I thought I could use a palatte of colours but that did not seem to work. Thanks ========================================================================= library(ggplot2) xx
2006 Dec 29
0
[808] trunk/wxruby2: Make Wx::Colour#== work correctly as documented, tidy docs for that class
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2007 Mar 21
0
[904] branches/wxruby2/wxwidgets_282: Changes in Wx::Colour API 2.6 -> 2.8
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2016 Apr 16
3
Mean of hexadecimal numbers
On 16/04/2016 8:47 AM, Atte Tenkanen wrote: > Hi, > > How would you calculate the "mean colour" of several colours, for > example c("#FF7C00","#00BF40","#FFFF00")? > Bert answered your subject line question. Your text is asking something else: if those are colours, you don't want to treat each of them as a single integer. A
2006 Mar 24
7
belongs_to relation busted....why?
Ok, been banging my head on this and just can''t figure it. Normally, any table that has a belongs_to to another table you can easily access it by: table1.table2.field And it works perfectly for one table I have. Let''s call it... tags. So, I''ve got: Tag -> has_many :blah_tags Blah -> has_many :blah_tags Blah_tag -> belongs_to :tag, belongs_to :blah Ok, works
2010 Nov 02
13
Colour filling in panel.bwplot from lattice
Inspired by colouring the dots of box-whisker plots I am trying to also fill the boxes (rectangles) with different colours. This seems not to work as I expected. Looking at the help page of panel.bwplot it says: ''fill - color to fill the boxplot''. Obviously it is only intended to fill all boxes wit...
2006 Dec 21
1
heres how to get color output in rspec_autotest with rspec 0.7.5
In case anyone else is trying to make this work, here is what I did (Before 0.7.4 I had patched the regex in zentest redgreen, but that is not used any more) To use directly, it is very simple. In rspec_autotest/lib/ rspec_autotest.rb, add a -c to the spec_command in the initializer function: @spec_command = "spec -c --diff unified" This won''t help however if
2012 Nov 07
1
change colour of geom_step by scale_colour_manual
Hi, Color of my step plot is now by default. Now I''d like to change the color as the grey scale I specified. I don''t know why I got three black plot. Here I attach two version of codes. The first one produces a step plot with color by default. The second one, modified from the first one, is not producing the grey scale I want. Any help would be highly appreciated. [version 1-
2007 Jan 14
0
[849] trunk/wxruby2/lib/wx/classes/colour.rb: Stock colours weren''t initializing correctly
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2010 Jul 29
2
Colour points in plot according to third variable
Hi, I am using the plot function to make a simple plot of my data with one variable against another and want to colour the data points according to a third variable. The third variable is continuous (Time) and I want to try two different ways of colouring the data points, either: Divide time it into three groups and then colour each data point accordingly eg. 30-60 minutes in green, 60-90 minutes in red and 90-120 minutes in blue.. or, Colour the data points using a colour gradient eg. with increasing colour intensity as time increases.. I...
2011 Jun 06
2
qplot fill and colour not working as expected
I am just learning to use qplot and can''t get the fill/colour to work. Below is the R code for a scatter plot and bar graph. library(ggplot2) x<-c(1,2,3,4,5,6,7) y<-c(1,2,3,2,5,6,3) qplot(x,y, main="Scatter Plot Test", xlab="X Label Test", ylab="Y Label Test", colour="blue")z<-c("van", "van", "van",
2006 Dec 28
0
[807] trunk/wxruby2/lib/wx/classes/colour.rb: Raise an exception if an invalid colour is specified (Feature #1286)
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2016 Apr 09
1
Run script R
hi all ,? i have an problem in script R . But when I execute the script R I face this error . can you help me please ???error:----------------------------------------- Error in FUN(X[[i]], ...) :?? Theme element 'text' has NULL property: margin, debugIn addition: Warning messages:1: Removed 361 rows containing non-finite values (stat_smooth).?2: Removed 361 rows containing missing values
2011 Nov 21
11
Scatter plot - using colour to group points?
Dear All, I am very new to R - trying to teach myself it for some MSc coursework. I am plotting temperature data for two different sites over the same time period which I have downloaded from a university weather station data archive. I am using the following code to create the plot plot ( x = TEMP3[,"TIME"], y = TEMP3[,"TEMP"], type = "p", col =
2010 Jun 07
5
Patch for legend.position={left,top,bottom} in ggplot2
Hi Hadley and everyone, here''s a patch for ggplot2 that fixes the behavior of opts(legend.position={left,top,bottom}). If you try the following code in an unmodified ggplot2 options(warn = -1) suppressPackageStartupMessages(library("ggplot2")) data <- data.frame( x = c(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), y = c(2, 3, 4, 3, 4, 5), colour = c(TRUE, TRUE, TRUE, FALSE, FALSE, FALSE))
2003 Jul 13
2
Coloured 3d surface
Hello, I created a 3d surface (persp) with some points overlaid on it, which is fine. Now I have a second set of z-values(x,y-values same as the first surface), which I would like to make visible on the same graph, however, not as a surface, but rather as coloured contour on the first surface, so that the resulting graph will consist of the original surface having the colour of the second
2010 Feb 08
8
ggplot2 stacked line plot
Hi all, I have been hunting around for hours trying to figure out how to generate a stacked line chart using ggplot2. This type of chart can be generated in excel 2007 by selecting: Chart type > Line > Stacked line. I can generate a stacked area chart using the following code: p <- ggplot2(~, aes(x = ~, y = ~, colour = Type)) + geom_area(aes(position = ''stack'', fill
2009 Jul 21
3
geom_histogram help
Hi, I have a histogram.But I need seperate colours for fixed range of values.for eg. between 2-3 on the x axis a colour.3-4 another colour etc. and the legend has to say what each colour is.How can this be done in geom_histogram? -- Rajesh.J [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
2010 Nov 13
3
How to turn the colour off for lattice graph?
Dear All, I am trying to plot a lattice figure and include it in a LaTeX document via the TikZDevice package. I think the journal I am submitting to does not like colour figure, so I need to get rid of all the colours in the figure. If I directly generate PDF or EPS, the option "trellis.device(color=FALSE)", but when I do: trellis.device(color=FALSE)
2017 Oct 12
1
dual y-axis for ggplot
Hi John, You can try the following: override.linetype=c("twodash","solid") p <- ggplot(obs, aes(x = Timestamp)) p <- p + geom_line(aes(y = air_temp, colour = "Temperature", linetype ="Temperature")) p <- p + geom_line(aes(y = rel_hum/5, colour = "Humidity", linetype="Humidity")) p <- p +