[R] Negative/ positive rolling correlation

From: Rthoughts <seb.brockel_at_northampton.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2008 15:16:09 -0700 (PDT)

Hi everybody, I really appeciate the help you have given me. I am getting around R comfortably now and am able to import research project data, do mathematical analysis of the data and produce graphs. My PhD project is going really well in its early days, already collecting data and proposal completed soon!

There is one question I have though. I can see that worksheets and history can be saved, however I am beat as to exactly what they save? Do they save the command lines and associated data sheets and graphs?

Oh, I'm using Rcmdr. In my case it is an excellent software that cuts hours off my progamming work freeing up time for other parts of the project and breaks, lol!

The other, I want to do a correlation to highlight matching patterns between two columns of radon levels (96 lines each) divided by the hour they were recorded in the two machines. A scattergraph is similar but I want to produce visualtisations for negative/ positive correlation against time. Can anyone suggest anything? Thanks.

Cheers if you can help.

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