[R] multi-class histogram?
p.dalgaard at biostat.ku.dk
Fri Sep 23 11:04:24 CEST 2005
Karin Lagesen <karin.lagesen at medisin.uio.no> writes:
> I am new to R, and I couldn't find the answers to my question in a faq.
> This could however be because I didn't know what to look for...:)
> I have three classes of data, data for bacteria, archaea and eukaryotes.
> I wish to display these in a histogram where all of the values are used
> to calculate each column. But, I want each column split in three, where
> the size of each coloured area represents the proportions of the values
> in that column that comes from each of the three classes. Do you have
> any tips on how I do this?
Well, the thing is that a histogram tries to represent a probability
distribution on the line (it is a density estimator), and the thing
that you want does not; barplot() is better at this sort of job.
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