[R] Generating a vector for breaks in a histogram
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Thu Jul 3 15:16:16 CEST 2003
Have a look at ?seq - seq(1,20,length=20) should do it.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: michael watson (IAH-C) [mailto:michael.watson at bbsrc.ac.uk]
> Sent: 03 July 2003 14:02
> To: 'r-help at stat.math.ethz.ch'
> Subject: [R] Generating a vector for breaks in a histogram
> I have two lots of numbers which I would like to histogram
> using the hist() function. For comparative reasons, I want
> them to be on the same scale, which I can use the xlim and
> ylim options to achieve.
> However, having them on the same scale is meaningless unless
> they have the same "breaks". Consulting the documentation,
> there are 4 ways of defining the number of breaks, only one
> of which is "definite", the others merely form suggestions,
> which I have found is not good enough.
> The only definite way is to provide a vector to the hist()
> function which is a vector of the break points for the
> histogram. So I need to generate a vector that contains say,
> 500, numbers in it, equi-distance apart between a min and a max. EG:
> > myfunc(n=20,min=1,max=20)
> would provide a vector, length 20, with the numbers 1 through
> 20 in it.
> Is there a function in R that can do this?
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