[R] polygon error?
Mike Lawrence
Mike.Lawrence at DAL.CA
Sat May 26 13:06:14 CEST 2007
polygon expects to be given the vertices, so if you want the area
under the curve you'll want to include vertices at density=0
z <- pretty(c(-3,3), 100)
ht <- dnorm(z)
plot(z,ht, type="l")
zc <- 1.645
ht<-ht[z>zc]
z<-z[z>zc]
ht<-c(0,ht,0)
z<-c(z[1],z,z[length(z)])
polygon(z,ht,col='red')
On 26-May-07, at 7:34 AM, LL wrote:
> Hi.. I'm not sure why polygon returns an area above the standard
> normal curve.
>
> z <- pretty(c(-3,3), 100)
> ht <- dnorm(z)
> data <- data.frame(z=z, ht=ht)
> zc <- 1.645
> plot(data, type="l")
> lines(data)
> t <- subset(data, z>zc)
> polygon(t, col="red")
>
> Thanks,
> Lance
>
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