[R] table, xyplot, names, & loops
daniel at umd.edu
Tue Aug 25 19:44:18 CEST 2009
Just plotting the mean is not very informative (at least not more
informative than providing the same information in a table). If you want to
show some of the distributional properties of height for each Age_group x
City pair, try box-and-whisker plots ?bwplot
Imagine you have four age categories and five cities.
#Create a dependent variable
#Box whisker plot of Height by Age category for each City
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Gesendet: Tuesday, August 25, 2009 1:17 PM
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Hi R community,
I'm just starting out in R and have a basic question about xyplot and
tables. Suppose I had a table of data with the following names: Height,
Age_group, City. I'd like to plot mean Height vs Age_group for each City.
When I try to do the following:
> xyplot(mean(Height) ~ Age_group | City)
of course I get just one data point, the mean Height for all individuals.
I also tried constructing a new array with mean Height for each Age_group,
factored by City, but couldn't find any way of doing this without using
I'm sure there must be an elegant way of plotting this in R without
resorting to loops, but I can't find any hints in the online manuals.
Thanks for any tips~
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