[R] Plot Data Points in boxplots
ggrothendieck at gmail.com
Wed Sep 28 02:55:05 CEST 2005
boxplot(Sepal.Length ~ Species, iris)
with(iris, stripchart(Sepal.Length ~ Species, vertical = TRUE, add = TRUE))
On 9/27/05, Aric Gregson <aorchid at mac.com> wrote:
> I would like to plot my data in a fashion similar to a boxplot, but
> plot the true data points without a box, just overlay lines of the
> summary generated by the boxplot. I have less than 10 observations
> within each group, so I think showing the actual data would be more
> effective than the box of the boxplot. I have been unable to find a way
> to do this.
> Here is example data:
> > d168teni
> d168dh10i d168hb10i d168icc10i d168rcs10i d168t410i d168tb410i
> 1 72 52 29 80 39 68
> 2 76 47 28 68 49 21
> 3 123 85 87 71 164 137
> 4 58 47 50 70 18 1
> > boxplot(d168teni)
> works to describe the data (each column a column in the plot). However,
> instead of the boxes, I want the data plotted (in a column) with the 5
> summary lines drawn over the points.
> I have tried using functions from Design and have been unable to find a
> solution. I think I am missing the point.
> Any suggestions on where to look or how to approach this differently?
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