P.Dalgaard at biostat.ku.dk
Thu Apr 17 11:12:42 CEST 2008
Agustin Lobo wrote:
> Dear list:
> Is there any way of getting the equivalent to what you get with bty="l"
> for the right and bottom axes? and the equivalent to
> bty="7" for the upper and left axes?
Not using bty, but you can get the coordinates of the boundary via
par("usr") and draw boundary lines individually by code like the following.
bb <- par("usr")
(You may get in trouble with large line widths and clipping, in which
case you probably want to use segments(...., xpd=TRUE), although finding
the right selection of the four limits and putting them in the right
order can be a bit challenging.)
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