ben at zoo.ufl.edu
Wed Dec 13 16:50:57 CET 2000
Not at the moment ... you could hack the "piechart" function to do it,
but people here will probably tell you not to, to find another (better)
way to display your data. If you're desperate I might be able to do it
for you, although not right away.
As it says in the "piechart" function,
Pie charts are a very bad way of displaying information. The eye
is good at judging linear measures and bad at judging relative
A bar chart or dot chart is a preferable way of displaying this
type of data.
Random question to the R cognoscenti: is there a primitive accessible
through R code for drawing arcs and circles? Except for symbols(), all of
the circle- and ellipse-drawing code I've seen breaks the graphics into a
many-sided polygon ("edges" in piechart()). This doesn't matter for
bitmap graphics but for vector graphics it might sometimes be nice to have
access to such a function ...
On Wed, 13 Dec 2000, Raffaella Tommasini wrote:
> Dear All R users,
> my name is Raffaella Tommasini and I 'm working with R version 1.1.1
> I'd like to know if is possible plot "explosed-pie" with R.
> Thanks for your attention,
> Raffaella Tommasini
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