[R] Space between bars in barplot

Richard.Cotton at hsl.gov.uk Richard.Cotton at hsl.gov.uk
Fri Oct 10 17:55:36 CEST 2008

> I played around with your suggestions to change the appearance of my 
> but there is still a problem I could not fix.
> The vector, which I want to plot, contains 60 entries. After 3 bars I 
> to have a large gap
> between the next 3 bars. But what always happens is, that R took at the
> beginning just 2 bars
> and then always 3 bars ending up with one bar at the end.
> So I have created a new vector v <- c(0,0,vectorToPrint) plotting this
> vector with the following
> command: barplot(v, space=rep(c(0,0,2)) ). It works but getting always 
> warning messages.
> Instead of 0,0 I tried as well NA, NA but same result. So is there a way 
> achieve that without
> warning messages?

Seeing as it's late on a friday afternoon, could you give us a fighting 
chance of helping you by 
1) providing enough code to reproduce the problem, and
2) telling us what the warning said.
(As per the posting guide.)


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