Re: [R] Three horizontal axes OR Two axes on same side?

From: Peter Dalgaard <P.Dalgaard_at_biostat.ku.dk>
Date: Thu 11 Jan 2007 - 14:14:30 GMT

Rafael Jimenez wrote:
> Dear list:
>
> I need to reproduce a plot with three different horizontal axes.
>
> I know how to make plot with two different horizontal axes (one
> above, one below) using axis():
> axis(1, ....)
> axis(3, ....)
>
> However, I don't know how to produce two axes on the same side of the
> plot.
>
> Any pointers or examples?

>
Try this, and I think you'll see the light:

plot(0)
axis(1, line=-3)

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