Plotting bug in R (PR#300)
27 Oct 1999 12:14:26 -0500
Peter Dalgaard BSA <email@example.com> writes:
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> > ** Symptom:
> > plot(1:1000,1:1000,xlim=c(10,11),type="l")
> > makes a plot with lots of (nearly) horizontal lines, not just the intended
> > one from (10,10) to (11,11). So do lots of similar commands where the xlim
> > or ylim is much shorter than the range of the data.
> > ** R version:
> > status in progress
> > status.rev 0
> > major 0
> > minor 62.5
> > year 1998
> > month November
> > day 2
> I.e. in an unreleased version, nearly a full year old...
There is an r-base_0.65.1 package for Debian Linux 2.1 on the CRAN
(Comprehensive R Archive Network) sites. See, for example,
Because the update.packages and install.packages functions are
available in this latest version of R, we no longer provide Debian
packages of the contributed packages on CRAN. You can simply set the
option "CRAN" to the URL of a CRAN archive near you and use these
functions to install or update R packages.
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