[R] Label outliers in boxplot

From: Giulio Di Giovanni <perimessaggini_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Wed, 27 Feb 2008 12:59:27 +0000

 

Sorry if this is a stupid question, I'm a beginner and I didn't find help in manuals, archives, or web  

I have a z matrix of this type:    

                        a             b           c              d
786-30.s2.gpr 0.2186214 1.3374486 89.37757 9.066358786-31.s1.gpr 1.0931070 1.3245885 81.37860 16.203704786-31.s2.gpr 0.5529835 1.3374486 86.43261 11.676955786-32.s1.gpr 0.6815844 1.3374486 83.96348 14.017490786-32.s2.gpr 0.8101852 1.2860082 84.36214 13.438786786-33.s1.gpr 0.2443416 1.3374486 85.59671 12.821502786-33.s2.gpr 0.2186214 1.3374486 88.55453 9.889403786-34.s1.gpr 0.9387860 1.3245885 73.91975 23.816872786-34.s2.gpr 0.6172840 1.3374486 79.51389 18.531379786-35.s1.gpr 0.5658436 1.3374486 81.52006 16.576646786-35.s2.gpr 0.3472222 1.3374486 78.60082 19.714506  

simply when I boxplot i use  

boxplot(as.data.frame(z))  

I would like the rownames to appear close to the outliers in the boxplot. There is a command to do it ? I've seen the identify() function but I'm not able to obtain any results  

Could someone help me ?
Thanks in advance    

Giulio



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