[R] question about 3-d plot
andrew
andrewjohnroyal at gmail.com
Fri Feb 27 07:26:08 CET 2009
actually, I just realised you also want a line in the plot. I am not
super-sure how to do this.
On Feb 27, 5:20 pm, andrew <andrewjohnro... at gmail.com> wrote:
> the following should work
>
> library(lattice)
> x <- seq(1,100)
> y <- seq(1,100)
> gr <- expand.grid(x,y)
> gr$z <- x + y + rnorm(10000,0,100)
> cloud(z ~ x + y, data = gr)
>
> also, look for the package rgl which does similar but with more
> possiblities.
>
> On Feb 27, 4:28 pm, Dipankar Basu <basu... at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > Hi R Users,
>
> > I have produced a simulated scatter plot of y versus x tightly clustered
> > around the 45 degree line through the origin with the following code:
>
> > x <- seq(1,100)
> > y <- x+rnorm(100,0,10)
> > plot(x,y,col="blue")
> > abline(0,1)
>
> > Is there some way to generate a 3-dimensional analogue of this? Can I get a
> > similar simulated scatter plot of points in 3 dimensions where the points
> > are clustered around a plane through the origin where the plane in question
> > is the 3-dimensional analogue of the 45 degree line through the origin?
>
> > Deepankar
>
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