From: Ivan Calandra <ivan.calandra_at_uni-hamburg.de>

Date: Tue, 01 Jun 2010 11:57:34 +0200

Date: Tue, 01 Jun 2010 11:57:34 +0200

It may not be the nicest solution, but my suggestion should work.
Have you tried plot(type="n",...), plotting the axes with axis(), and
plotting the data with lines()?

Ivan

Le 6/1/2010 10:10, Jie TANG a écrit :

> thanks for your reply.

*> I have tried to use rseek.org.But still some problems.
**> When I add "axis(4)" and axis(1,at=1:6,labels=gradeinfo$gradenam),the old
**> tick or labels still
**> are there as shown in the figure,how could I delete them( the old tick
**> information in x-axis and left y axis )
**> My script is shown as below :
**>
**> plot(avegrp,type='l',lty=1,col='black',lwd=4,xlab=xxlab,ylab=yylab,labels=TRUE)
**> axis(2)
**> axis(1,at=1:6,labels=gradeinfo$gradenam, tick=FALSE)
**> par(new=T)
**>
**> plot(sdgrp,type='l',lty=3,col='red1',xlab=xxlab,ylab=yylab,lwd=4,labels=TRUE)
**> axis(1,at=1:6,labels=gradeinfo$gradenam, tick=FALSE)
**> #axis(2, col = "gold", lty = 2, lwd = 0.5)
**> axis(4)
**> legend("topright", legend, lty=llty, lwd=llwd,col =lgcol)
**>
**>
**>
**> 2010/6/1 Jannis<bt_jannis_at_yahoo.de>
**>
**>
**>> I would wote this question one of the most often asked questions here on
**>> that list ;-). Try searching the help archiwe (www.rseek.org) and you will
**>> find solutions. I would guess that you need to use something like:
**>>
**>> axis(4)
**>>
**>> as the sides of the plot are always numbered from bottom,left,top,right
**>>
**>> HTH
**>> Jannis
**>> Jie TANG schrieb:
**>>
**>>
**>>> here ,I want to plot two lines in one figure.But I have two problems
**>>> 1) how to move one of the y-axis to be the right ? I tried to the
**>>> command"axis(2)",But I failed.
**>>> 2) how to add the axis information correctly.Since I have use the cmommand
**>>> "axis(1,at=1:6,labels=gradeinfo$gradenam)"
**>>> but it seems that the correct information that I want is superposition
**>>> with the old axis information.What can i do ?
**>>> the script and figure is shown as below .thanks .:)
**>>>
**>>> outflnm<-paste(Outdic,"meansd.jpg",sep="/")
**>>> jpeg(file=outflnm, bg="transparent")
**>>> legend<-c("average error","stand quare error")
**>>> lgcol<-c("black","red1")
**>>> par(las=1)
**>>> yylab<-c("forecast error")
**>>> xxlab<-c("typhoon class")
**>>> llty<-c(1,3)
**>>> llwd<-c(4,4)
**>>> #par(bg='yellow')
**>>>
**>>>
**>>> plot(avegrp,type='l',lty=1,col='black',lwd=4,xlab=xxlab,ylab=yylab)
**>>> par(new=T)
**>>> plot(sdgrp,type='l',lty=3,col='red1',xlab=xxlab,ylab=yylab,lwd=4)
**>>> #axis(2, col = "gold", lty = 2, lwd = 0.5)
**>>> legend("topright", legend, lty=llty, lwd=llwd,col =lgcol)
**>>> axis(1,at=1:6,labels=gradeinfo$gradenam)
**>>> dev.off()
**>>>
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