[R] Overlaying a moving average curve on top of a barplot
José Santos Alegria
Jose.Alegria at oni.pt
Mon Feb 3 13:43:03 CET 2003
My problem is not with "plot()" but with "barplot()"! I guess it may have to do with the fact that the barplot's bars have a non-negligible width and the moving average line not! Is it?
José A. S. Alegria
From: Morten Sickel [mailto:Morten.Sickel at nrpa.no]
Sent: segunda-feira, 3 de Fevereiro de 2003 11:43 AM
To: José Santos Alegria; R help (E-post)
Subject: RE: [R] Overlaying a moving average curve on top of a barplot
Jose Santos Alegria wrote:
>I'm using standard barplot (Windows version 1.6.2 of R) to represent a
>metric "v" and I would like to properly overlay on top of it its moving
>(window of 8 weeks). I must be doing something wrong since the moving
average (using >"lines") doesn't overlay properly, i.e., both x-scales do not match!
Have you considered using "filter"? I made a somehov similiar plot this way: (prec being a data frame with 'columns' date with dates of measurements and prec, precipitation at the actual date)
Points showing actual measurements and a four periods moving average as a line.
Hope this helps.
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