I am using the function simple.violinplot from the package UsingR.
I have some outliers in my dataset so that the distribution has very long
As a result, the y-axis of the output of simple.violinplot extends to very large values. I would like to zoom on the y-axis with a command such as ylim=c(a,b), as in boxplot(x,ylim=c(a,b)). However, doing simple.violinplot(x,ylim=c(a,b)) does not work. Is there any way out?
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