Re: [R] plot only x- and y-axis with origin, no box()

From: Romain Francois <rfrancois_at_mango-solutions.com>
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2007 16:28:07 +0100

Hello,

You are looking for the box function, and its bty argument. For example, this one will do the trick.

R> box( bty = "L")

?par gives more information on the potential values for bty.

Cheers,

Romain

Talloen, Willem [PRDBE] wrote:
> hi all,
>
> I'm trying for quite some time to have an x- and y-axis, but no entire box.
>
>
>> plot(..,axes=F)
>> axis(1)
>> axis(2)
>>
> Gives this, but their axes do not go to the origin.
> Quite a number of people find this gap between the two axes disturbing.
> Has anyone an idea how to let these axes go to the origin?
>
> thank you in advance
>

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