Re: [R] kernel density plot

From: David Winsemius <dwinsemius_at_comcast.net>
Date: Sun, 03 Apr 2011 07:59:38 -0400

On Apr 3, 2011, at 7:55 AM, David Winsemius wrote:

>
> On Apr 3, 2011, at 6:56 AM, Muzna Alvi wrote:
>
>> I am using the following commands for plotting kernel density for
>> three
>> kinds of crops
>>
>> density(s22$Net_income_Total.1, bw="nrd0",adjust=1,
>> kernel=c("gaussian"))->t
>> plot(t, xlim=c(-30000,40000), main="Net Income Distribution", axes=F,
>> ylim=c(0,0.00035). xlab="Value in Rupees")
>> par(new=T)
>> density(s33$Net_income_Total.1, bw="nrd0",adjust=1,
>> kernel=c("gaussian"))->u
>> plot(u, xlim=c(-30000,40000), axes=F, main="", col="red",
>> ylim=c(0,0.00035))
>> par(new=T)
>> density(s44$Net_income_Total.1, bw="nrd0",adjust=1,
>> kernel=c("gaussian"))->v
>> plot(v, xlim=c(-30000,40000), col="blue", axes=F, main="",
>> ylim=c(0,0.00035))
>>
>> the problem is that in the graph that is drawn
>>
>> 1. the xlab gets hidden with the [N= and the bandwidth=] values
>> 2. when i do par(new=T) this N and bandwidth value appears multiple
>> times..overlapping each time and making the graph look untidy..
>>
>>
>> Is there any way of making these N and Bandwidth values not appear
>> in the
>> graph?
>
> Why not just set ylab="" in subsequent calls to plot?

Sorry, I meant xlab="".
>

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David Winsemius, MD
West Hartford, CT

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