Re: [R] plot a new picture against an old one to see the difference between them

From: Am Stat <amstat2006_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue 05 Sep 2006 - 00:11:54 GMT

Dear Roger,

Thanks, that's really helpful, do you know how to deal with it if the two plots are generated by plot(), not by contour().

Best,

Leon

> for the second call to contour use the argument add=TRUE.
>
> On Sep 4, 2006, at 6:42 PM, Am Stat wrote:
>
>> Hello, useR:,
>>
>> Suppose I have two plots made by using contour() function, say Cont1 and
>> Cont2 respectively.
>>
>> They have slightly difference because of the two slightly different data
>> I used.
>>
>> I want to see the difference between them so I want to plot Cont2 on
>> Cont1, are there any methods to plot it without filling the frame of
>> Cont1 totally of Cont2.
>> I mean, how I can integreate the two plots together that they kind of
>> have weighted colors?
>>
>> Thanks very much in Advance!
>>
>> Leon
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