[R] Moving plot labels

Peter Alspach PAlspach at hortresearch.co.nz
Thu Apr 5 03:51:06 CEST 2007



plot(c(-0.25,18),c(0, max(patient10)),type="n", ylab="SD of POST
estimator", xlab="")
title(xlab='Scans\n(a)', line=3) 

Peter Alspach

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> Sent: Thursday, 5 April 2007 12:21 p.m.
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> Subject: [R] Moving plot labels
> Hi.
> I'm sure this is a simple problem, yet I can't seem to get 
> simple help for it.
> I am simply trying to move my xlab in plot().
> I am currently using the following commands:
> plot(c(-0.25,18),c(0, max(patient10)),type="n", ylab="SD of 
> POST estimator", xlab="Scans \n (a)")
> But when the plot prints, the xlab is printed over top the 
> xaxis. I tried adjusting mar(), but this just works with the 
> margins outside the plotting area. What is a simple fix? Is 
> there a single command I can add that adjusts the size of the 
> plotting area within the area controlled by mar()?
> Thanks very much.
> Dean
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