[R] Beginner having issues with making pie charts and other graphs
petr.pikal at precheza.cz
Thu Oct 31 15:21:01 CET 2013
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> project.org] On Behalf Of Carl Witthoft
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> Subject: Re: [R] Beginner having issues with making pie charts and
> other graphs
> Rule Number One: Don't use pie charts.
> Rule Number Two: NEVER EVER USE PIE CHARTS!
However, if you still, despite of beeing warned, want to use pie chart see
pie(rep(1, 24), col = rainbow(24), radius = 0.9)
> To learn how to create graphs in R, start with ?plot , ?points,
> Later on you can investigate ?lattice, ?grid, and ?ggplot2 .
> The fact that you're looking 'online' instead of in R's builtin help
> mechanisms is disconcerting.
> blindchicken11 wrote
> > I just started using R software and I'm having some issues making
> > graphs/charts.[snip]
> > I want to start off by just making a pie chart for the categorical
> > data like south, sex, etc. But I've tried everything and can't seem
> > find any information online to help me. The few pie graphs I've
> > to show have been giant black and white blobs with no information on
> > them. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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