[R] How to fill bar plot with textile rather than color
jeffelf at gmail.com
Mon Jan 28 16:08:13 CET 2008
Thank you, and also thanks to John Kane.
I did some tests last night, if you plot something like
height <- t(t(c(1,-1,1)))
bardensity <- t(t(c(10,10,0)))
barangle <- t(t(c(45,135,0)))
barplot(height, density = bardensity, angle = barangle)
You can get grids. Otherwise, only slanted lines or colors.
I thought filling with dots or grids is quite common in traditional bar chart.
But most softwares, including Matlab, SAS, Excel2k7, and gunplot, as I
know, don't have such options.
Anyway, thank you again. Let me know if you find any package which can
fill bar plot with dots
On Jan 28, 2008 4:13 AM, Domenico Vistocco <vistocco at unicas.it> wrote:
> If you type
> > example(barplot)
> you will find an example.
> CHENYS wrote:
> > Hi, I'm looking for a tool which can fill bar chart with dash, skewed line,
> > or grids, rather than pure color. Any one have the idea how to do that in R?
> > Or maybe in Matlab will also be helpful.
> > Thanks very much.
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