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From: BJ <erithid_at_bellsouth.net>

Date: Sat 28 May 2005 - 01:01:39 EST

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Date: Sat 28 May 2005 - 01:01:39 EST

Does it matter what they are? they are just names. The six box plots are from the array I created with columns. I forgot to add teh dim statement, my mistake. But I thought it was obvious that i was using a matrix from the data frame call and the assignments I provided. My question was simply about setting the x axis so that it stopped after x=3, even though I had 6 plots. For teh record, before I get jumped on for the statistics, I am just using a 3 x 6 matrix to test the code before applying it to actual data. Also, I was not being scarcastic. I have recieved a lot of help from this mailing list. The R documentation is hard to hunt down and not complete. Without the help of actual people I would be dead in the water. I am sorry for any hostility that I have incurred. ~Erithid

Uwe Ligges wrote:

> BJ wrote:

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**>> I am trying to construct a graph of 6 box plots of blood pressures. I
**>> want them to be on a single set of axis and I want the SBP to be
**>> ontop of the DBP. I have an array bp with the data in it and I tried
**>
**>
**>
**> Folks, please invest 1 minute of time to rethink whether other people
**> will understand your question!
**>
**> What is "SBP", "DBP", and where are the "6" boxplots from?
**>
**>> a[1,]<-c(145,60,147,62,140,57)
**>
**>
**> "a" must already be defined here, or we cannot replace a column!
**>
**>> a[2,]<-c(160,75,160,74,160,70)
**>> a[3,]<-c(140,55,140,65,142,55)
**>> boxplot(data.frame(a), main = "Blood Pressures", at=c(1,1,2,2,3,3),
**>> names=c("sit","","lie","","stand",""))
**>>
**>> which is close to what I want, but it gives me a bunch of empty space
**>> at the end. is there a better way to do this to avoid this?
**>
**>
**> Well, the first point is that you should write questions that you
**> would understand yourself. In a next step you might find someone who
**> is able to answer it ....
**>
**>> As always, Thank You. ~Erithid
**>
**>
**> "As always"? Does not sound very enthusiastic ...
**>
**>
**> Uwe Ligges
**>
**>
**>
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