[R] Time plots

Spencer Graves spencer.graves at pdf.com
Tue Aug 29 01:31:14 CEST 2006

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H. Paul Benton wrote:
> Hello all and thank you,
> 	I will try to make this as clear as I can. I have a matrix, at the
> top of the matrix are 4 time points, the first col describes the sample,
> then under each time point I have the intensity values of that sample. 
> So :
> Samples	0	10	30	120 <- time 
> A		200	300	400	1000 <- data
> B		100	400	200	100
> C		500	400	200	1000
> ^
> | samples
> I would like to plot these however, all I get is a very messed up plot. It
> may be due to the size of the matrix, it is 7746 rows long. But I thought
> for R that shouldn't make a difference. 
> 	Cheers,
> 	Paul
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