From: Laura Quinn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri 28 May 2004 - 22:54:46 EST
I already tried this but encountered a number of problems - firstly the
point labels overlie the actual points meaning the labels are
unreadable..and I was hoping to have a separate key within which to
describe the labels, is this feasible?
On Fri, 28 May 2004, Sean Davis wrote:
> For your axis issues, look at plotting without axes [plot(....,axes=F) and
> then see ?axis for making them on your own. As for labeling your data, look
> at ?points and ?text.
> On 5/28/04 8:27 AM, "Laura Quinn" <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I am generating a simple x,y plot to show geographical positions where
> > point data has been taken. Rather than plot a graph and lay points on top
> > I've opted to generate the map from the point data, ie plot(-x,-y). This
> > works fine, though I am wanting to label each point 1:20 and have a key
> > alongside - is this possible without getting into trellis plots? I have
> > very limited time available so don't want to embark on trellis functions
> > which I've never used before..
> > Also, my x,y labels currently have a negative sign in front of them which
> > I'd like to remove, but if I negate the labels they no longer fit on the
> > graph as my data points are -x and -y...
> > Any suggestions?
> > Thanks,
> > Laura
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