[R] How to use ggplot to do the binned quantile plots(one type of scatter plot)?
clint at ecy.wa.gov
Wed Mar 14 17:04:30 CET 2012
?quantile on the individual bins, make your deciles, then plot the ten
series as usual with your x values at the midpoint of the bins.
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On Wed, 14 Mar 2012, David Winsemius wrote:
> On Mar 14, 2012, at 11:33 AM, Michael wrote:
>> How to use ggplot to do the binned quantile plots(one type of scatter
> More like a quantile regression plot.
>> Hi all,
>> I have done scatter plot: plot(x, y).
>> Now I wanted to do binned quantile plots... can ggplot2 help me?
>> For example, we bin x data into 10 bins.
>> For each bin, we draw the 10 deciles of the corresponding y data in that
>> bin as points/dots.
>> And then accross all bins, we would like to connect the corresponding
>> decile points/dots together(something like equi-quantile or equi-decile
>> How do I do that in R or ggplot2? Is there an existing function/command
>> that can do this?
> I'm not aware of it if there is. But I agree that it can be a very
> informative display of data. I do such plots on data structures generated
> using tapply with age, sex categories and quantile() to generate a value. It
> gets kind of hairy with the list structure that results but if you have a
> more simple data situation it will probably be more straightforward, and you
> should post it.
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> And you should learn to post in plain text
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> And you should read the Posting Guide.
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> And I already said that.
> David Winsemius, MD
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