Suzanne E. Blatt
SuzieBlatt at netscape.net
Fri Nov 7 21:16:13 CET 2003
Thanks for the suggestion below. I did one of my figures and it worked perfectly. I tried it on my second figure and got double-labelling on the first bar. I used the same code to create both figures, and the same code to label. I've attached the code for one of the plots (there were 3/figure) if anyone has a chance to figure out why.
Philipp Pagel <p.pagel at gsf.de> wrote:
>On Fri, Nov 07, 2003 at 10:46:27AM -0500, Suzanne E. Blatt wrote:
>> Can anyone tell me how to label individual bars on a barplot? I want
>> to put an "*" or letter ABOVE the bar to denote statistical
>> significance. Is this possible and how?
>You can use text() to put arbitrary strings in your plot. So you only
>need to add some offset to your y-values and work out the x-positions:
>y <- c(10,12,15,8)
>lab <- c('*','**','***','*')
>barplot(y, ylim=c(0,20), space=0.5)
>x <- (0:3*0.5)+1:4
>text(x, y+1, lab, adj=0.5)
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