From: jpardila <bluejp_at_gmail.com>

Date: Thu, 05 Jun 2008 06:50:54 -0700 (PDT)

img1<-c(-5.28191709,-5.364480081,-4.829456677,-5.325101503,-5.212952356,-5.181171896,-5.211122693,-5.153677663,-5.292961077,-5.151612394,-5.056544559,-5.151457115,-5.332984571,-5.325259917,-5.523870109,-5.429800485,-5.436455325) img2<-c(-5.55,-5.56,-5.72,-5.57,-5.34,-5.18,-5.18,-5.36,-5.46,-5.32,-5.29,-5.37,-5.42,-5.45,-5.75,-5.75,-5.77) angle<-26:42

plot(img1~angle, type="o", xlab="Incident angle", ylab="sigma", ylim=c(-8,-2),lwd=2,col=8, pch=19,cex=1,axes="false") lines(img2~angle,lwd=2,type="o", col=1, pch=19,cex=1)

abline(h = -1:-8, v = 25:45, col = "lightgray", lty=3)

Date: Thu, 05 Jun 2008 06:50:54 -0700 (PDT)

Dear List,

I am creating a plot and I want to insert the tabular data below the X axis.
I mean for every value of X I want to show the value in Y as a table below
the plot. I think the attached image gives an idea of what I mean by this.

http://www.nabble.com/file/p17670311/legend.jpg legend.jpg

img1<-c(-5.28191709,-5.364480081,-4.829456677,-5.325101503,-5.212952356,-5.181171896,-5.211122693,-5.153677663,-5.292961077,-5.151612394,-5.056544559,-5.151457115,-5.332984571,-5.325259917,-5.523870109,-5.429800485,-5.436455325) img2<-c(-5.55,-5.56,-5.72,-5.57,-5.34,-5.18,-5.18,-5.36,-5.46,-5.32,-5.29,-5.37,-5.42,-5.45,-5.75,-5.75,-5.77) angle<-26:42

plot(img1~angle, type="o", xlab="Incident angle", ylab="sigma", ylim=c(-8,-2),lwd=2,col=8, pch=19,cex=1,axes="false") lines(img2~angle,lwd=2,type="o", col=1, pch=19,cex=1)

legend(38,-2,format(img1,digits=2), cex=0.8) legend(40,-2,format(img2,digits=2),cex=0.8) legend(26, -2, c("Image 1","Image 2"), cex=0.8,lwd=2,col=c("8","1"), pch=19,lty=1:2,bty="n")

abline(h = -1:-8, v = 25:45, col = "lightgray", lty=3)

axis(1, at=2*0:22)

axis(2, at=-8:-2)

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