[R] Plot coordinates with gradien colour according to a different column

Peter Alspach Peter.Alspach at plantandfood.co.nz
Fri Dec 2 05:13:36 CET 2011

Tena koe Lara

If I understand your question correctly, I use the colorspace package for that sort of thing, but you could also use the built-in colour palettes such as rainbow and topo.colors

HTH ....

Peter Alspach

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> Hi everyone,
> I'm having problems with plotting my data. I have a set of positions
> with
> different attributes and I'm wondering if I can plot it, as x,y plot,
> with
> gradient colours according to a 3rd factor. Is it possible to show
> gradient
> segments between postions and not one-coloured segment between each
> one?
> I've been trying plotrix  color.scale.lines with no luck.
> I'm very thankful for any help!!
> Cheers,
> Lara
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