[R] Stacked area plot for time series

Hadley Wickham hadley at rice.edu
Fri Dec 23 18:41:33 CET 2011

You are more likely to get a helpful response if you provide a
reproducible example - without that I can only guess that you need to
use approx so you get y values at same x values.


On Wed, Dec 21, 2011 at 8:13 AM, UncleFish <bpneal at ucsd.edu> wrote:
> I wish to make a stacked area chart of a time series with three variables.
> The observations are very irregular, covering 500 years, with a few
> historical observations in the range 1500-1850, and then more regular
> observations since 1880 or so.  If I plot this in Excell it truncates the
> time series, but it can make a nice stacked area plot. My question is how
> can I have a correct x axis with a stacked plot in R? I thave tried the data
> in a zoo as well as a ts, and have tried ggplot2 and plotrix, but cannot get
> beyond a lattice plot.
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