Re: [R] Plotting Frequency Distribution in R

From: tony.sun <wxs1949_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 13 May 2008 23:26:05 -0700 (PDT)

x <- read.table(textConnection("   V1      V2
1   1 160.54%
2   1 201.59%
3   1  18.45%
4   1 179.03%
5   1 274.37%
6   1   0.00%
7   1  24.52%
8   1  39.17%
9   3  43.72%
10  1  53.06%
11  1  64.97%
12  1  79.84%
13  1  98.08%
14  1 115.32%
15  1 127.96%
16  1 155.38%
17  1 157.25%
18  1 193.17%
19  1  51.53%
20 15  99.32%
21  1 106.86%
22  1 219.44%"), header=TRUE, as.is=TRUE)
# change to numeric
x$V2 <- as.numeric(gsub("%", "", x$V2))

#make some changes#
d<-rep(x$V2,times=x$V1)
hist(d)

jholtman wrote:
>
> Does something like this do it for you:
>
> x <- read.table(textConnection(" V1 V2
> 1 1 160.54%
> 2 1 201.59%
> 3 1 18.45%
> 4 1 179.03%
> 5 1 274.37%
> 6 1 0.00%
> 7 1 24.52%
> 8 1 39.17%
> 9 3 43.72%
> 10 1 53.06%
> 11 1 64.97%
> 12 1 79.84%
> 13 1 98.08%
> 14 1 115.32%
> 15 1 127.96%
> 16 1 155.38%
> 17 1 157.25%
> 18 1 193.17%
> 19 1 51.53%
> 20 15 99.32%
> 21 1 106.86%
> 22 1 219.44%"), header=TRUE, as.is=TRUE)
> # change to numeric
> x$V2 <- as.numeric(gsub("%", "", x$V2))
> plot(x$V2, x$V1, type='h', lwd=2)
>
>
> On Tue, May 13, 2008 at 10:25 AM, Sachin J <sachinj.2006_at_yahoo.com> wrote:
>

>> Hi,
>> How can plot a frequency distribution curve for the following data.
>>    V1      V2
>> 1   1 160.54%
>> 2   1 201.59%
>> 3   1  18.45%
>> 4   1 179.03%
>> 5   1 274.37%
>> 6   1   0.00%
>> 7   1  24.52%
>> 8   1  39.17%
>> 9   3  43.72%
>> 10  1  53.06%
>> 11  1  64.97%
>> 12  1  79.84%
>> 13  1  98.08%
>> 14  1 115.32%
>> 15  1 127.96%
>> 16  1 155.38%
>> 17  1 157.25%
>> 18  1 193.17%
>> 19  1  51.53%
>> 20 15  99.32%
>> 21  1 106.86%
>> 22  1 219.44%
>>
>> Where V1 is count for each V2 value. for example there are 3 entries for
>> 43.72% value.
>> Thanks in advance for the help.
>> Regards,
>> Sachin
>>
>>
>>
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