Re: [R] hist or barplot

From: Jacques VESLOT <jacques.veslot_at_good.ibl.fr>
Date: Thu 20 Jul 2006 - 18:03:39 EST

 > s1 <- runif(10,0,10)
 > s1
  [1] 8.328396 2.840870 7.401377 9.998165 5.045539 9.568728 5.372493 5.232439   [9] 5.774790 4.224103
 > s2 <- runif(10,0,10)
 > s2
  [1] 1.230750 3.855060 8.652698 7.846725 9.100171 7.309179 9.235562 1.581741   [9] 6.979521 1.918997

 > ss <- cbind(s1,s2)
 > smin <- apply(ss,1,min)
 > smax <- apply(ss,1,max)
 > barplot(smax)
 > barplot(smin, add=T, col="white")

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COMTE Guillaume a écrit :
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> Hi all,
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> I wish to draw 2 hist (or barplot) on the same graph.
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> I can do it simply by using par(new=TRUE) , but it overlap with the
> first drawn, how to tell R to put in front of the graph the min value of
> the two graph in order for it to be seen and don't hide each other.
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> I've been looking at help for barplot or hist but didn't find
> anything... (or my english is too poor to understand)
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> thks
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> COMTE Guillaume
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