# Re: [R] Help to Draw Plot

From: ermimi <ermimi__at_hotmail.com>
Date: Thu, 15 May 2008 08:41:05 -0700 (PDT)

Thank you very much for your help Don MacQueen!!!!

Don MacQueen wrote:
>
>
> At 1:24 PM -0700 5/14/08, ermimi wrote:

```>>Patrick and Blay Thank you very much for help me, I have drawn in blue the
>>axis!!!!
>>Blay the solution that you give me for start in (-10,-10) and finish in
>>(10,10) isn´t very well because I want that if my range is (-10,10) the
```
axis
```>>is in -10,10. I need that there isn´t space between the less range and the
>>axis.
>>
```

>
> See the help page for par
> ?par
> then look for xaxs
>
> use xaxs='i', yaxs='i'
>
```>>
>>
>>
>>Patrick Connolly-4 wrote:
>>>
>>>  On Wed, 14-May-2008 at 09:12AM -0700, ermimi wrote:
>>>
>>>  |>
>>>  |> Hello friends!!
>>>  |>
>>>  |> I have two questions, and I would like that you could answer me!!!
>>>  |>
>>>  |> I have created a plot as
>>>  |>
>>>  |>
>>>
>>>plot(range(10,-10),range(10,-10),col="blue",col.axis="blue",col.lab="blue",col.main="blue",col.sub="blue");
>>>  |>
>>>  |>
>>>  |> 1º) I want that the square of plot and the lines that indicates the
>>>  value
>>>  |> -10,-5,0,5,10 have a blue colour too.
>>>
>>>  There would be tidier ways, but this will work:
>>>
>>>  points(range(10,-10),range(10,-10), col = "blue")
>>>  box(col = "blue")
>>>
>>>
>>>  |>
>>>  |> 2º)It´s different to the question one. I want that the plot start
>>> and
>>>  finish
>>>  |> in the two points that are drawn, is say... I want that the plot
>>> start
>>>  in
>>>  |> (-10,-10) (corner left down) and finish in (10,10) (corner right
>>> up)...
>>>  Now
>>>  |> the plot start in -11,-11 and finish in 11,11 more or less...
>>>
>>>  check out abline.
>>>
>>>  HTH
>>>
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```>>and provide commented, minimal, self-contained, reproducible code.
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>
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> --
> ---------------------------------
> Don MacQueen
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