[R] I: differences between R and S (reproducing a plot from a book )

From: 8rino-Luca Pantani <ottorino-luca.pantani_at_unifi.it>
Date: Thu 28 Sep 2006 - 07:19:17 GMT

Dear R-Users,
I'm currently studying the book
Statistical model in S by Chambers J.M and Hastie T.J..

At page n 3 there's a plot showing the means of a variable at each of the levels of the factors of an experiment.
I hope to be able to reproduce it here by ASCII art.

  S           |

| Thin |
| | |
| | B3
| | |
| | |
M | |
| Thick |
L | | A3 | A1.5

Is told to be obtained by the (S) expression


Using the same command in R, a different plot is obtained instead. It is a multlple xy plot where the values of each variable are plotted against
the values of the others.

Is there an equivalent command in R to obtain a plot similar to that showed above?
Thanks for your time in reading this mine.

Ottorino-Luca Pantani, UniversitÓ di Firenze Dip. Scienza del Suolo e Nutrizione della Pianta

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