[R] Plot multiple similar equations in r
Berend Hasselman
bhh at xs4all.nl
Thu Mar 3 07:17:01 CET 2016
> On 2 Mar 2016, at 22:22, David L Carlson <dcarlson at tamu.edu> wrote:
>
> Another way would be to use matplot() or matlines():
>
>> lx<-c(0.4, 0.5, 0.6, 0.7)
>> x <- seq(1, 8, length.out=100)
>> myfun <- function(x, k) {(log(k)-(0.37273*log(x)-1.79389))/0.17941}
>> y <- sapply(lx, function(k) myfun(x, k))
>> matplot(x, a, type="l", col="black", lty=1)
>
> -
Shouldn't the "a" in the call of matplot be "y"?
Berend
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> David L Carlson
> Department of Anthropology
> Texas A&M University
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> Sent: Wednesday, March 2, 2016 1:05 PM
> To: Jinggaofu Shi
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> Subject: Re: [R] Plot multiple similar equations in r
>
> Or, if you want easy labels, you can play around with contour graphs.
>
> ?contour # will give you info on how to make contour plots
>
> The basic idea is to construct a matrix of z-values...one z for every
> combination of x and y
> contour(x,y,z)
>
> The x's would then be the x-values you want in
> (0.37273*log(x)-1.79389))/0.17941 for whatever range of x's you want
> The y's would be values from -5 to 5 (or whatever range you want)
> The z's would be values like 0.4, 0.5, etc. or exp(y + x)
>
> ?outer # will tell you how to create z from x and y
>
> x<-seq(1,10,length=100) # values for x-axis
> y<-seq(2, 10, length=100) # values for y-axis
> z<-exp(outer((0.37273*log(x)-1.79389)/0.17941,y,"+"))
> contour(x,y,z,levels=seq(.1,1.1,by=.1))
>
> -Dan
>
> On Wed, Mar 2, 2016 at 9:03 AM, Jinggaofu Shi <js3786 at drexel.edu> wrote:
>
>> Hi, there I am new on R. I want to plot a graph like this.
>>
>> The curves are created by these equations :
>> (log(0.4)-(0.37273*log(x)-1.79389))/0.17941,
>> (log(0.5)-(0.37273*log(x)-1.79389))/0.17941,
>> (log(0.6)-(0.37273*log(x)-1.79389))/0.17941, etc. The equations are
>> similar, the only difference is the first log(XXX). I already manually draw
>> the graph by repeating plot() for each equation. But I think there must be
>> a way to just assign a simple variable like x<-c(0.4,0.5,0.6,0.7), and then
>> plot all the curves automatically. I tried to use data frame to make a set
>> of equations, but failed. Could somebody help me? Thank you very much!
>>
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