[R] rts, cts, tsplot

Martyn Plummer plummer at iarc.fr
Wed Mar 24 10:06:29 CET 1999

Konstantinos Euripides Vorloou wrote:
> Is plot(ts.object) equivalent to the S-Plus ts.plot ?

Yes. Strictly speaking it is equivalent to tsplot(),
not ts.plot(), apart from the fact that tsplot
accepts a list of time series.

R doesn't have the S-PLUS time series classes rts, its
and cts. It only has vanilla time series created by
ts. In R, unlike S, vanilla time series are "classed"
objects, which allows the appropriate plot method to be
despatched by the plot() function and there is no need
for the user to call a separate function tsplot().

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