[R] Dotplot: y-labels from rownames
deepayan at stat.wisc.edu
Tue Feb 10 21:49:08 CET 2004
On Tuesday 10 February 2004 11:55, TyagiAnupam at aol.com wrote:
> How can I use row.names() as y-labels in Dotplot? How to set horizontal
> orientation for y-lables in lattice()?
> Dotplot(stcod1 ~ Cbind(statgh2,statgh2-1.96*segh2,statgh2+1.96*segh2)[og],
> subset=statgh2[og]>0.1, data=h2inqerrg02st, xlab="G",
> ylab=row.names(h2inqerrg02st)[og], main="")
> I have tried doing it with mtext() as well, but there is not enough space
Your terminology is unclear. In particular, your attempted usage of xlab and
ylab look inconsistent.
Before trying to use non-default features of lattice, please read
help("Lattice") and help("dotplot"). In particular the section on 'scales' in
the latter should answer some of your questions.
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