[R] Boxplot issue

From: <antoniababe_at_yahoo.se>
Date: Mon 08 Jan 2007 - 17:25:10 GMT

Dear R-users,

I have a data frame containing 2 colums: column 1 is the patient numbers (totally 36 patients), column 2 is patient's response values (each patient has 100 response values). If I produce a boxplot for each patient on the same graph in order to compare them against each other then the boxplots are very small.

How can I instead of creating one graph containing 36 boxplots, create four different graphs where three of them have 10 boxplots each representing data of 10 patients and the fourth graph has boxplots of remaining patients ?

Thanks alot for any suggestion,

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