Ivy_Li at smics.com
Mon Oct 18 03:36:12 CEST 2004
Thank you for your help!
I gave you an example, you could run it in R . Maybe you will understand my meaning clearly.
x <- data.frame(main.name="AAA", x.name=rep(c("Apply","Watermelon","Lemon","Banana",
I can't find you said package ,whick library should I include in R ?
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Â·Â¢Â¼Ã¾ÃÃ: Henric Nilsson [mailto:henric.nilsson at statisticon.se]
Â·Â¢ÃÃÃÂ±Â¼Ã¤: 2004ÃÃª10ÃÃ15ÃÃ 17:39
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ÃÃ·ÃÃ¢: Re: [R] R plot problems
At 16:17 2004-10-15 +0800, you wrote:
>[...] I want to rotate the direction of x-coordinates' letter so that it
>can show all. But I don't know how to write this option or function .
I'm not sure if I've understood your question correctly. But if you use
base graphics and want e.g. rotated labels, you'll achive this rather
easily using functions in the gridBase package. (Take a look at the package
vignette for an example that'll get you started.)
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