Re: [R] Drawing paths through a grid

From: Tal Galili <tal.galili_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 18 Jun 2010 08:06:37 +0300

Hi Rex,
It sounds like something that can be done with ?lines

If you would supply with a simple self contained data that represents what you are trying to plot, then we might be able to better help you. If you have the data in R, use "dput" to be able to copy paste it into the email.

Cheers,
Tal

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On Fri, Jun 18, 2010 at 4:32 AM, Rex C. Eastbourne <rex.eastbourne_at_gmail.com
> wrote:

> I would like to draw a set of points that are equally spaced in a 2-D
> grid. Then I would like to draw lines that illustrate different
> directed paths through subsets of points. Imagine that the points
> correspond to booths in a conference center, and I want to show the
> various paths people took to visit the booths (using color to
> highlight different types of paths). An example path might be: [(1,1),
> (1,3), (3, 3)].
>
> Note: I would like to also make the size of the points in the grid
> variable (they correspond to the sizes of the booth).
>
> Can anyone suggest a way to do this in R? (Or to suggest another
> software package.)
>
> Thanks,
> Rex
>
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