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2006 Mar 21
7
Nuube Sequence problem
In my database the id for a field is 810. RoR thinks that it is 809. My log file (below) shows that just before the insert it grabs the next sequence value. I dont think it should do that. This causes problems further down the line when trying to access the Person object. Development Log file : "SQL (0.016000) select people_seq.nextval id from dual Person Create (0.015000) INSERT
2011 Feb 07
1
color2d.maplot error
Dear all I am using color2D.maplot to map some matrixes to plot. everything works fine. It seems that when my matrix contains only the same value color2D.maplot returns the following error: color2D.matplot(estimatedsr,redrange=c(0,1),greenrange=c(0,.5),bluerange=c(0,.5),xlab="x",ylab="y",main=sprintf('Estimated'),show.legend=TRUE,show.values=TRUE) Error in rgb(reds,
2007 Nov 06
1
color2D.matplot
I am a true R novice aonly using it for this function ;) I am trying to use color2D.matplot to form a image of my data using the following conditions color2D.matplot(fi1, c(dr), c(dg), c(db), nslices=7, ylab='Species', xlab="gene", show.legend=TRUE) where fi1 is my matrix. I have a matrix with 36 columns and 130 rows. most entries are 1 or 0 and I am trying to get this
1998 May 24
1
R-beta: problem with graphics parameter "fin"
Hi, I have the following problem (with R 0.61.3 an Linux, and a new and empty workspace) > oldpar<-par() > par(oldpar) Error: attempt to set invalid value for graphics parameter "fin". > oldpar$fin [1] 6.992034 6.990803 but now: > oldpar$fin <- c(6.99,6.99) > par(oldpar) it works. It seems, that if I set oldpar$fin to values greater than listed above
2011 Jul 21
1
How to set Color scale for color2D.matplot()
Hello, everyone. I am trying to show the correlation matrix using color2D.matplot(). And I want to map (0,1) to (dark red to dark green). But by default color2D.matplot() will map(min element of given matrix, max element of given matrix) to (dark red to dark green). Can anyone help me with this issue? Thanks a lot! Youcheng Lin ____________ [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
2011 Apr 03
3
Error in "color2D.matplot" : "Error in plot.new() : figure margins too large"
Hi, I am using color2D.matplot (...) function of "plotrix" package. I used a matrix of size around 20*20 However, apparently it failed to visualize the matrix and gave the following exception, which I don't have any idea about possible source of this error. "Error in plot.new() : figure margins too large" It would be appreciated if someone points me to the right origin
2011 Feb 10
1
color2D.maplot fixed color range
Dear all, I have -one matrix sr ([200,200]) which is the original file -25 matrixes estimatedsr ([200,200]) which are an estimation of the sr. As I am plotting these matrixes I want to have ONE common way that the cells are colored. Eg. Values from 10-20--> red color, 20-30-->blue color (or something like that). This is the only way one can easily compare all these matrixes together. The
2013 Oct 25
1
add a color band
Hi all, I would like to ask your help to add a color band (Ι am not sure regarding the right term, this color band at the right of the plot "describing" values with their corresponding color. For now I have only this code test<-matrix(data=runif(10000),nrow=100) plot(test,axes="FALSE") axis(1,at=c(0,1),labels=c("a","b")) # but  I would like to add
2016 Apr 21
2
clock24.plot/radial plot
Dear All, I am trying to generate a circular/radial plot. The script below has a result I am looking for: testlen<-rnorm(24)*2+5 testpos<-0:23+rnorm(24)/4 clock24.plot(testlen,testpos,main="Test Clock24 (lines)",show.grid=FALSE, line.col="green",lwd=3) if(dev.interactive()) par(ask=TRUE) # now do a 'daylight' plot
2005 Sep 16
1
How to make two figures in one plot - package vcd
Dear all, I have a problem to make figures with two columns in package vcd. Here an example code I take from "\library\vcd\html\plot.loglm.html" What I need, I want to make two figures in one plot. How could I do that. I have tried with layout(rbind(c(1, 1, 2, 2))) but the same result, two plot. Best wishes, Muhammad Subianto library(vcd) oldpar <- par(mfrow=c(1, 2)) ## mosaic
2007 Dec 27
1
warning on gamma option in par(args) or calling par(= new)?
Dear All, I have the following function tstpar <- function(n = 200, want.pdf = FALSE, pdfFileName = NULL){ oldpar <- par(no.readonly = TRUE) on.exit(par(oldpar)) steps <- seq(from = 1, to = 8, by = 1) h <- 10; w <- 6 if(want.pdf){pdf(file = pdfFileName, onefile = TRUE, paper = "letter", width = w, height = h)} par(mfrow = c(4,2)) for(i
2003 Jan 08
2
Problem with fontsize of pie-chart in postscript file
Hi all, I've a problem with the size of the labels of my pie-charts when I try to write them to a postscript file. I need to increase the default size, so I change cex (see below). On screen this works fine, but cex doesn't seem to affect the postscript-file. Any suggestions? Thanks a lot, Daniel Copy/Past-example (will try to write to c:/temp!): labels <- c("I",
2016 Apr 22
0
clock24.plot/radial plot
I use ggplot2 for all my plotting needs where you can make plots circular with the coord_polar. Maybe this will help you along: http://rstudio-pubs-static.s3.amazonaws.com/3369_998f8b2d788e4a0384ae565c4280aa47.html On Fri, 22 Apr 2016 at 08:31 Ogbos Okike <giftedlife2014 at gmail.com> wrote: > Dear All, > I am trying to generate a circular/radial plot. The script
2016 Apr 22
2
clock24.plot/radial plot
Kind Experts, Many thanks for your guide. I have tried to figure out something that can help me plot my own data using the examples you referred me to. I copied part of the code as: set.seed(44) N=500 events <- as.POSIXct("2011-01-01", tz="GMT") + days(floor(365*runif(N))) + hours(floor(24*rnorm(N))) + # using rnorm here
2006 Dec 01
3
Make many barplot into one plot
Dear all, ## I have 4 tables like this: satu <- array(c(5,15,20,68,29,54,84,119), dim=c(2,4), dimnames=list(c("Negative", "Positive"), c("Black", "Brown", "Red", "Blond"))) dua <- array(c(50,105,30,8,29,25,84,9), dim=c(2,4), dimnames=list(c("Negative", "Positive"),
2004 Jun 11
2
Sweave and multiple graphs
Dear list, I am using Sweave to build a small report. I want to produce a series of figures, each figure containing a number of plots and then have them included in the Sweave file. An example would be to : postscript(file = "ANCbwplot%03d.eps", onefile = FALSE, other options...) oldpar <- par(mfrow = c(2,2)) .... do lots of plots to produce a number of eps files .... par(oldpar)
2005 Jan 17
1
Time line plot in R?
Dear R users, In order to illustrate the possible effects of events on variables plotted against time, I would like plot a time line of events along side the plot of the variables. The x-axis should be some time unit; the y-axis should be the variable of interest; the time line should be plotted below the graph along the same x-axis scale. As I have many variables and different events
2016 Apr 22
0
clock24.plot/radial plot
Looks like you forgot to load the lubridate package library(lubridate) You are calling functions days(), hours(), minutes(), seconds(), and hour() which all come from that package. ------------------------------------- David L Carlson Department of Anthropology Texas A&M University College Station, TX 77840-4352 -----Original Message----- From: R-help [mailto:r-help-bounces at
2010 Mar 23
1
filled.contour formatting questions
Hello, I'm having some trouble getting things to look as I want with filled.contour. 1. My first issue is that I am unable to add line segments to my plot where I want them. Using the rug pattern example: x <- y <- seq(-4*pi, 4*pi, len = 27); r <- sqrt(outer(x^2, y^2, "+")); filled.contour(cos(r^2)*exp(-r/(2*pi))); segments(0.2,0.2,1,0.2); The line segment is not
2001 Oct 20
1
Animating a persp plot: non-constant scaling?
Hi all, I'm making an animation of a rotating persp plot of some data. It's easy, really: I just plot the persp in a loop over the theta parameter, saving each plot, and then chain them together with ImageMagick (as suggested on Paul Johnson's R-tips page). But... when you run the animation, because each graph is individually re-scaled, the image is not the same size in each