Re: [R] plotting question

From: paul sorenson <>
Date: Tue 06 Dec 2005 - 17:34:28 EST


I am no expert at R but if you follow the tips from the previous poster (eg type ?lines) and go to the very bottom of the help page there is an example that plots a line over some points.


Ed Wang wrote:
> Yes, I have gone through the manual. My best reference for plotting has
> been examples either through the list archive or searches on the internet.
> Nothing in the introductory manual could get me to what I have been
> able to do so far, but that is limited to plotting componenets of the time
> series returned from an STL call.
> This is why I am asking for example or references to examples from anyone
> who would be willing to share them. For some of us not very familiar with
> S+, etc. the documentation with R is not enough. While I can plot two
> time series one above another using the mfrow() function I'd prefer to
> put two time series in one plot in different colours and using two different
> symbols, which I cannot do using calls to plot().
> Thanks.
> "A man is not old until regrets take the place of dreams."
> Actor John Barrymore
> From: Berton Gunter <>
> To: "'Ed Wang'" <>, <>
> Subject: RE: [R] plotting question
> Date: Mon, 5 Dec 2005 14:12:47 -0800
> ?lines ?points
> An Introduction to R (and numerous other books on R) explains this. Have you
> read it?
> -- Bert Gunter
> Genentech Non-Clinical Statistics
> South San Francisco, CA
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