Re: [R] Correlation Mapping

From: justin rapp <>
Date: Thu 20 Jul 2006 - 06:22:33 EST

Thank you for the advice. This is what I was looking for. If I would like to label the axes, how can I do that? Specifically I would like to label the x axis (AAA, AA, A, BBB) and same with the y axis.


On 7/17/06, Jim Lemon <> wrote:
> justin rapp wrote:
> > On the cover of Zivot and Wang's Modeling Financial Time Series with S
> > Plus, there is a correlation plot that seems to indicate the strength
> > of correlation with color-coded squares, so that more highly
> > correlated stocks appear darker red. If anybody out there is familiar
> > with the book or understands what I am talking about, I am curious as
> > to whether or not there is a similar function in R and how I can call
> > it up.
> Hi justin,
> I think that color2D.matplot in the plotrix package will do exactly what
> you want.
> Jim

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