[R] displaying sample size in boxplots
ggrothendieck at myway.com
Wed Oct 13 08:16:07 CEST 2004
Warnes, Gregory R <gregory.r.warnes <at> pfizer.com> writes:
: > -----Original Message-----
: > From: r-help-bounces <at> stat.math.ethz.ch
: > [mailto:r-help-bounces <at> stat.math.ethz.ch]On Behalf Of Patrick
: > Drechsler
: > Gregory R. Warnes wrote on 01 Oct 2004 14:52:05 MET:
: > [...]
: > > Also note that boxplot.n in the gplots library (part of the
: > > gregmisc bundle) automatically adds the number of observations.
: > Thanks Greg! Nice to see that you've written some code just for
: > this purpose. I will of course also take a closer look at the
: > other functions that are bundled in `gregmisc'.
: > Since I'm still new to R: can somebody give me a pointer to the
: > docs where to find instructions on a package (not a function)? I
: > can find the man pages to specific functions with ?<functionname>
: > (something similar to `texdoc <packagename>' in tetex)?
: you can also get the PDF package documentation available on cran, e.g.
Also some packages, though not many, have vignettes which are documents
that describe the package as a whole as opposed to single functions.
Just issue the command:
to get a list. Assuming you have the package strucchange
installed, the above command will have let you know that
strucchange has a vignette called strucchange-intro which
you can view like this:
Check out the R News article on vignettes in R News 3/2 for
In addition, its always a good idea to check if there is an
R News article on the package. In the case of strucchange,
a google search for
would have found a reference telling you what issue its in.
R News is found via the Newsletter link on the www.r-project.org
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