[R] Filling in a uniform dist plot
dkaplan at education.wisc.edu
Sat Aug 15 22:35:16 CEST 2009
Yep. That's it. Thanks.
Peter Dalgaard wrote:
> David Kaplan wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Apologies in advance if this is really too simple, but I have given a
>> good shot at this. I'm generating a standard uniform distibution
>> y <- dunif(x)
>> This will draw a horizontal line at y = 1. I want to fill the area
>> from x=(0,1) with a color. I've tried the polygon command to create
>> a polygon of the same shape, but can't seem to set the parameters to
>> fill the figure from x=(0,1). I'm sure there is an easy way to do
>> this, but any advice would be welcome.
>> Thanks in advance.
> Something like
> x <- seq(0,1,,10)
> y <- dunif(x)
> plot(x,y, ylim=range(0,y))
> polygon(c(0,x,1), c(0,y,0), col="red", border=NA)
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