[R] Plotting more errorbar-functions in one plot

From: Hedwig Franziska Maria Zimmerer <hfz_at_rzg.mpg.de>
Date: Thu, 03 May 2007 13:00:12 +0200


Hello,

itīs new for me tu use R for my statistics analysis, so I need some help.

The problem is:
I want to plot errorbar-functions from two measurements in one coordinate-system. For that I use the following code:
>library(sfsmisc)
>errbar(XAchse,Means,Mins,Maxs,xlab="",ylab="",xlim=range(0,100))
>lines(XAchse,Means)
>par(new=TRUE)
>errbar(XAchse,MeansN,MinsN,MaxsN,xlab="",ylab="",xlim=range(0,100))
>lines(XAchse,MeansN)

My problem is, that I want to have the same scaling on the x-axis, but I donīt know, what I have to do for that.

If I say:
>errbar(XAchse,MeansN,MinsN,MaxsN,xlab="",ylab="",xlim=range(0,100), ylim=
yrange(0,10000))
I get the following error:

	<Error in plot.default(x, y, ylim = range(y, yplus, yminus), xlab = xlab,  :
        	formal argument "ylim" matched by multiple actual arguments

I tried a lot of things, but nothing helped.



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