[R] Adding number of non-NAs to boxplot

From: stephen sefick <ssefick_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2008 13:37:13 -0400

 boxplot(x[,c(2,15,28,41,54,67,80,93,106)], ylab="mg/s", names=c("RM215",
"RM202", "RM198", "RM190", "RM185", "RM179", "RM148", "RM119", "RM61"))

this is the code I am using to make a standard box plot. Is there a way to get the number of NA observations plotted onto the graph easily. I can always go in and extract the numbers and add them into the boxplot from the output of boxplot

d <- boxplot(x[,c(2,15,28,41,54,67,80,93,106)], ylab="mg/s", names=c("RM215", "RM202", "RM198", "RM190", "RM185", "RM179", "RM148",
"RM119", "RM61"))


then I am still confused how to get this information into the graph I could use a legend but that seems suboptimal- I would like to have them under the names like


I can provide data, but this seems more of a graph construction question than an analysis one.

Thanks in advance


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