Re: [R] boxplot and xlim confusion?

From: Karin Lagesen <karin.lagesen_at_medisin.uio.no>
Date: Thu 29 Sep 2005 - 23:28:14 EST

"Petr Pikal" <petr.pikal@precheza.cz> writes:

> Hi Karin
>
> I did not have seen any answer for your question yet so here is a
> try.
>
> I gues you want the horizotal layout or your boxplot.
>
> boxplot(split(rnorm(30), rep(1:3, each=10)), horizontal =T,
> names=letters[1:3])
>
> boxplot(split(rnorm(30), rep(1:3, each=10)), horizontal =T,
> names=c(NA,"b",NA))

These look like the plots I want, yes. However, is there a way of locking the x-axis? When I do these several times in a row, the range of the x axis moves with the data being plotted. If I set xlim in the boxplot command, it makes no difference what so ever.

> So this is closest what I could dig from your text.
>
> ***reproducible*** example would by good starting point what you want
> and was not able to produce.

Sorry about that...:)

Karin

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Karin Lagesen, PhD student
karin.lagesen@medisin.uio.no
http://www.cmbn.no/rognes/

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