[R] thick plot lines
Jerome Asselin
jerome at hivnet.ubc.ca
Tue Apr 29 09:31:07 CEST 2003
Try the "cex" parameter. (See ?par.)
Here is an example.
par(mfrow=c(2,1))
plot(1,1)
plot(1,1,cex=.5)
Cheers,
Jerome
On April 28, 2003 10:08 pm, Faheem Mitha wrote:
> Dear People,
>
> In a qqplot I am doing, I get lines/points that are very thick. I've
> tried setting the lwd variable to 0.1, but it doesn't seem to have any
> effect. Also, I have set the value of lty to dashed, but I still get
> dots. The command looks like
>
> qqplot(cdf.inv(seq(0,1,length=size),theta,pos,len),empmargdistvec(len,th
>eta,pos,size), xlim=c(-theta,theta), ylim=c(-theta,theta), lwd=0.1,
> xlab="Marginal Quartiles", ylab="Empirical Marginal", col="red",
> lty="dashed")
>
> I tried putting
>
> par(lty="dashed",lwd=0.1)
>
> before this, but this doesn't have any effect either.
>
> I'm now wondering if I am doing something wrong. Does qqplot perhaps not
> accept these parameters? What should I do to make the lines/points
> thinner?
>
> Faheem.
>
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