[R] New to R - Errors in plotting
BKMooney
bkmooney at gmail.com
Thu Nov 6 17:18:17 CET 2008
I am new to R and am running into trouble with the function plot.
When I enter in the simple code:
x<-1:4
y<-5:8
plot(x,y)
I get a scatter plot with 4 points as expected.
However, with my own data, A and B are both vectors of length ~85, each
entry a decimal in [0,1].
Using the same plot(A,B) with this data, the plot function no longer gives
me a simple plot with 85 points. Instead there are many points, and what
looks to be several box&whisker plots also included on the plot.
This is a link to the actual output.
http://www.nabble.com/file/p20364310/plotAB.bmp plotAB.bmp
Why is the plot function doing this? How can I get it to simply give me a
scatterplot? (From there I want to do a lsline, etc..)
Any help is greatly appreciated...
Thanks!
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