[R] barplot() options for intervals on axes
Sebastien.Moretti at igs.cnrs-mrs.fr
Mon Dec 6 15:45:03 CET 2004
> Did you see the lab argument to par()?
> 'lab' A numerical vector of the form 'c(x, y, len)' which modifies
> the way that axes are annotated. The values of 'x' and 'y'
> give the (approximate) number of tickmarks on the x and y
> axes and 'len' specifies the label size. The default is
> 'c(5, 5, 7)'. _Currently_, 'len' _is unimplemented_.
> You might want something like this:
'lab' doesn't change my graph. It is always the same.
Maybe it doesn't work with other options I use in barplot:
barplot(y,xlab="Number of splice variants",ylab="Number of
> > Hello,
> > I am a beginner with R. I read many tutorials and the FAQ but I cannot
> > solve my problem.
> > I use barplot() to view my graph. I try to get more interval marks on y
> > axis. I wasn't able to find options in 'help(barplot)' or 'help(par)' to
> > do this with barplot().
> > I seek for another option to print y values on my bars like on the graph
> > of the R homepage: http://www.r-project.org/
> > Thanks for your help.
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