From: Karsten Rincke <rincke_at_physik.uni-kassel.de>

Date: Wed 31 Aug 2005 - 00:46:42 EST

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Date: Wed 31 Aug 2005 - 00:46:42 EST

Hello,

I guess a have a very simple problem though up to now couldn't solve it:
I want to plot two datasets wihtin one plot like plot(x) provides it for
one dataset(type="b" that is: points connected by lines).
Example data 'x':

Befragung1 Befragung2 Befragung3 Geschlecht
2.25 2.34 1.78 weiblich

1.34 3.45 2.23 maennlich

The two rows of the example above form two datasets. Now I'm looking for
something like plot(~x |Geschlecht, ... ): X-axis containing
Befragung1...3, y-axis containing the values given by the matrix 'x',
points within one dataset (row of 'x') connected by lines.
I already tried various possibilities provided by 'lattice' or 'grid' -
but there seems to be a basic misunderstanding on my side so that I
could not produce any good result.

Would by very happy to get some hints!

Greetings

Karsten Rincke

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