Re: [R] Quick question: Does this graph have a name?

From: Peter Jepsen <PJ_at_dce.au.dk>
Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2008 13:59:37 +0100

Hi,

I think it looks like a spineplot.

Best regards,
Peter.

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Subject: [R] Quick question: Does this graph have a name?

http://www.nabble.com/file/p16349649/at-length.png

Hi,

I produced this graph with R and I am very happy with it. But now I wonder:
Is this some standard way of displaying data and if so, does it have a name?
(like Histogram, Box plot etc.)

I need to explain the plot to people so knowing a bit more about what exactly this is, would certainly help ;-)

Thanks a lot!

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