tblackw at umich.edu
Mon Feb 16 23:59:07 CET 2004
If both vectors are the same length, and the interpretations given
to successive elements of each are the same, you might wish to make
a bivariate scatterplot: plot(result.1, result.2). Otherwise, you
could plot the values in each vector against their element numbers:
Depends on what makes sense in your own context.
- tom blackwell - u michigan medical school - ann arbor -
On Tue, 17 Feb 2004, Justin Xi ZHU wrote:
> How could I plot two vectors on the same graph? For example, if I have two
> lists of results, each list is a vector. I want to display them on the same
> graph, so I can compare them. How could I do that?
> Regards, Justin
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