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2013 Feb 03
1
ggplot2 plotting errorbars.
Hi, i'm using this lines of code: dodge <-position_dodge(width=0.9) ggplot(dfm,aes(x = X,y = value)) + geom_bar(aes(fill = variable), position=dodge, stat="identity") + geom_errorbar(aes(ymin=value-er, ymax=value+er),width=0.25, position=dodge,stat="identity") to plot this data frame X variable value er 1 A X4 58.74 9.44 2 B X4
2010 Mar 12
1
simple plot in ggplot2, wrong error bars
I was wondering if anyone could help me with this, simple problem. I am essentially following the example on Hadley's webpage (http://had.co.nz/ggplot2/geom_errorbar.html), but it still doesn't make any sense to me. df <- data.frame(trt = factor(c("intact", "intact", "removed", "removed")), coon = c(0.093, 0.06, 0.057,
2008 Oct 04
3
ggplot2: how to combine position=stack and position=dodge in a single graph?
Hi ggplot experts, I need to plot two time series of stacked data: a barchart with bars for each month. To compare the data of two years I need to combine both time series with in a single graph via position=doge. How should I do that? I tried the following scenario: I added two layers with the time series of the stacked data for both years. That worked well exept the bars are obscuring each
2005 Jan 30
0
Re: Dovecot doesn't call pam_open_session, thus dodging
Forgot to ask, can this patch be added into dovecot for the next update ? (just to make life a little easier for us rpm'ers) -- Chris L. Franklin -- ----- Original Message ----- From: "Chris L. Franklin" <cfranklin at nomadcf.com> To: <dovecot at dovecot.org> Sent: Sunday, January 30, 2005 1:49 PM Subject: RE: Dovecot doesn't call pam_open_session, thus dodging
2018 Jan 15
5
barplot that displays sums of values of 2 y colums grouped by different variables
I am trying to create a barplot displaying the sums of 2 columns of data grouped by a variable. the data is set up like this: "city" "n" "y" <br> mon 100 200 <br> tor 209 300 <br> edm 98 87 <br> mon 20 76 <br> tor 50 96 <br> edm 62 27 <br> the resulting plot should have city as the x-axis, 2 bars per city, 1 representing
2009 Feb 05
1
A way to "lock down" the order of bars for ggplot "dodged" histogram
It appears that ggplot reorder the data for a "dodged" histogram based on whether or not a specific variable has a value in the first bin.   I would like to be able to absolutely force the order of the variables in the bin.  For example, say I have three variables Me, You, and Them.   Me_df<-data.frame(Data = c(1:15), Person = "Me") You_df<-data.frame(Data = c(10:20),
2005 Jan 30
0
RE: Dovecot doesn't call pam_open_session, thus dodging
This is great I've been wanting to get rid of my NFS mounts for some time and have just the user MailDirs be local to the web server. And this will help alot ! -- Chris L. Franklin -- > Message: 1 > Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2005 16:08:28 -0700 > From: Nicolas Lopez <nlopez at espri.arizona.edu> > Subject: [Dovecot] Dovecot doesn't call pam_open_session, thus dodging >
2005 Feb 02
0
Dovecot doesn't call pam_open_session, thus dodging pam_mkhomedir (fwd)
On Tue, 1 Feb 2005, it was written: > Nicolas Lopez wrote: > > maildir and most of my accounts in LDAP. Since the accounts are created > > through a web interface on another server home directories on the mail > > server don't get created automatically. There's the handy pam module > > pam_mkhomedir.so to automagically create home directories, but >
2005 Jan 27
1
Dovecot doesn't call pam_open_session, thus dodging pam_mkhomedir
I hit a small snag using Dovecot-imapd smoothly in my environment with maildir and most of my accounts in LDAP. Since the accounts are created through a web interface on another server home directories on the mail server don't get created automatically. There's the handy pam module pam_mkhomedir.so to automagically create home directories, but unfortunatly Dovecot wasn't calling
2018 Jan 15
0
barplot that displays sums of values of 2 y colums grouped by different variables
It is not generally advisable to get too fancy with stat functions in ggplot... things can easily get more complicated than ggplot is ready to handle when it comes to calculations. It is better to create data that corresponds directly to the graphical representations you are mapping them to. Read [1] for more on this philosophy. [1] H. Wickham, Tidy Data, Journal of Statistical Software,
2010 Dec 06
2
ggplot2: Controlling line width of panel borders
Dear R-users, i encountered some problems when trying to adjust the line width of the axes and stripes in a plot created with ggplot2. I use the "barley" dataset of the lattice package to illustrate my problem: library(ggplot2) library(lattice) barley[["SD"]] <- 5 limits <- aes(ymax=barley$yield + barley$SD,ymin=barley$yield - barley$SD) p1 <-
2007 Dec 17
4
Home Theater Thing
I checked Best Buy again. The second system I recommended is in stock at the Best Buy in Warwick. It's on sale for $353. :) http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?skuId=8254569&type=product&id=1169512522677 I'm thinking about getting out of Dodge today to unwind so if you pick it up early today I can come up and help you install it and then just come home
2008 Feb 06
1
Histogram/Bar plot graph
Hi, I have the following data: > Myvalues Gene ES MEF Embryo ESHyp 1 GeneA -0.38509507 0.00 1.6250 1.7039921 2 GeneB 0.06262914 0.00 1.6250 -0.272033 and so on... I want to plot the expression values of GeneA and GeneB in the different cell/embryo/conditions (columns 2:5 above). Now, if I do: >library(ggplot2) > qplot(x=Gene, Embryo, geom =
2010 Sep 01
2
ggplot2 multiple group barchart
hi there.. i got a problem with ggplot2. here my example: library (ggplot2) v1 <- c(1,2,3,3,4) v2 <- c(4,3,1,1,9) v3 <- c(3,5,7,2,9) gender <- c("m","f","m","f","f") d.data <- data.frame (v1, v2, v3, gender) d.data x <- names (d.data[1:3]) y <- mean (d.data[1:3]) pl <- ggplot (data=d.data, aes (x=x,y=y)) pl
2011 Nov 16
1
geom_bar with missing data in package ggplot
Dear all, I was hoping someone could help with a ggplot question. I would like to generate a faceted bar chart, but missing data are causing problems. g<-structure(list(Date = structure(c(11322, 11687, 12052, 11322, 11687, 12052, 11322, 11687, 12052, 11322, 11687, 12052), class = "Date"), variable = c("Govt Revenues to GDP", "Govt Revenues to GDP",
2002 Aug 20
1
uplink with multiple lines
I''ve been trying - without success - to aggregate the bandwidth of 3 DSL modems using the instructions in the HowTo (sections 4.2.1 and 4.2.2). I _believe_ I''m following the instructions to the letter, but when I add the last command (the "ip route" with "nexthop") then nothing goes out through the modems. Each modem works when I add a single default gateway
2020 Sep 27
2
GRÁFICO DE BARRAS COMPARATIVO VARIOS AÑOS
Buenas noches, Tengo que preparar un gráfico de barras comparativo para varios años, en el que tenga agrupadas, 3 barras para enero, 3 barras para febrero, 3 barras para marzo y así sucesivamente para todos los meses, estando en cada mes, los años 2020, 2019 y 2018 (juntas), un pequeño espacio y luego las de febrero y así sucesivamente... Con el siguiente código, hago un año:
2006 Jun 13
4
script/plugin discover breaks?
Hi everyone, I was trying to discover some new plugins, but the script breaks at a certain point: $ ./script/plugin discover Add http://delynnberry.com/svn/code/rails/plugins/? [Y/n] Add http://svn.recentrambles.com/plugins/? [Y/n] Add http://svn.hasmanythrough.com/public/plugins/? [Y/n] Add
2018 Jan 15
0
barplot that displays sums of values of 2 y colums grouped by different variables
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/25070547/ggplot-side-by-side-geom-bar On Mon, Jan 15, 2018 at 9:39 PM, Kenneth Dyson <kenneth at kidscodejeunesse.org > wrote: > Hi Eric, > > Thanks for the detailed response. > This is not exactly what I want to do but is close. > I want 2 bars for each city, 1 with the sum for "yes" , the other, beside >
2013 Oct 30
1
ggplot2 - how to get rid of bar boarder lines
Hello! I am using ggplot2: ggplot(myplotdata, aes(x=att_levels, y=WTP)) + geom_bar(stat="identity",fill="dark orange",colour="black", alpha = 1,position = "identity") + geom_text(aes(label=WTP),colour="black",size=4,hjust=1.1,position='dodge') + coord_flip() + xlab("") +