Re: [R] plot

From: Rhett Eckstein <glaxowell_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri 09 Dec 2005 - 23:34:25 EST

Thank you first.
Now there is no straight line in the plot. when i using:
 aa <- C1[append(1:16,NA,after=8),]
 plot(aa,type="l")

But if C1 is a more than 16 ( time v.s. X1 ) list. for example: 64 (time v.s. X1)
 aa <- C1[append(1:64,NA,after=8),]
just let one line disappear, others still appear what should I do ?
thank in advance!!

2005/12/9, Robin Hankin <r.hankin@noc.soton.ac.uk>:
> Hi
>
> insert a line of NAs into your data and the line won't
> cross it:
>
> > a <- cbind(1:10,10:1)
> > aa <- a[append(1:10,NA,after=4),]
> > plot(aa,type="b")
> >
>
>
> HTH
>
> rksh
>
>
> On 9 Dec 2005, at 11:48, Rhett Eckstein wrote:
>
> > Dear R users:
> >
> >> C1
> > time X1
> > 1 0.5 6.296625
> > 2 1.0 10.283977
> > 3 1.5 12.718610
> > 4 2.0 14.112740
> > 5 3.0 15.053917
> > 6 4.0 14.739725
> > 7 6.0 12.912230
> > 8 8.0 10.893264
> > 9 0.5 6.289166
> > 10 1.0 10.251247
> > 11 1.5 12.651346
> > 12 2.0 14.006958
> > 13 3.0 14.870618
> > 14 4.0 14.487026
> > 15 6.0 12.555566
> > 16 8.0 10.474695
> >> plot(C1,type="l")

> > In the plot, there is a straight line between time=0.5 and time=8,
> > If I do not want the straight line, what should I do?
> > Thanks for any help!!
> >
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