[R] How to label percentage values inside stacked bar plot using R-base
jim at bitwrit.com.au
Mon Feb 18 11:51:24 CET 2013
On 02/18/2013 06:05 PM, nay-nancy Laiser wrote:
> Hello, I am new to R. I would like others to explain to me how to add
> absolute values inside the individual stacked bars in a consistent way
> using the basic R plotting function (R base). I tried to plot a stacked bar
> graph using R base but the values appear in an inconsistent/illogical way
> in such a way that its supposed to be 100% for each village but they don't
> sum up to 100%.
> Here is the data that am working on:
> Village 100 200 300 400 500
> Male 68.33333 53.33333 70 70 61.66667
> Female 31.66667 46.66667 30 30 38.33333
> In summary, there are five villages and the data showing the head of
> household interviewed by sex.
> I have used the following command towards plotting the graph:
> Please help to allocate the correct values in each bar
You can label the plot you have done above like this:
However, the plot is pretty redundant and you might want to consider
other ways of presenting the data.
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