[R] Odp: two plots on the same axis
petr.pikal at precheza.cz
Wed Oct 7 10:31:46 CEST 2009
You did not provide enough information of what and how you want to do the
V1 V2 V3 V4
Min. :5 Min. : 1.000 Min. : 1.00 Min. :3300
1st Qu.:5 1st Qu.: 3.000 1st Qu.: 8.00 1st Qu.:3947
Median :5 Median : 6.000 Median :15.00 Median :3996
Mean :5 Mean : 6.513 Mean :15.52 Mean :3976
3rd Qu.:5 3rd Qu.:10.000 3rd Qu.:23.00 3rd Qu.:4053
Max. :5 Max. :12.000 Max. :31.00 Max. :4137
V1 V2 V3 V4
Min. :6 Min. : 1.000 Min. : 1.00 Min. :4010
1st Qu.:6 1st Qu.: 3.000 1st Qu.: 9.00 1st Qu.:4190
Median :6 Median : 5.500 Median :16.00 Median :4225
Mean :6 Mean : 5.725 Mean :16.04 Mean :4213
3rd Qu.:6 3rd Qu.: 8.000 3rd Qu.:23.00 3rd Qu.:4248
Max. :6 Max. :11.000 Max. :31.00 Max. :4312
>From summaries of your data you have 2 files with year no in first, month
in second, day in third and some value in fourth column. The value from
year 2006 is greater than the value in 2005.
For accommodating all 4.column data you need to set correct range by ylim.
And if you use lines on non sorted values it can result in clump of lines.
You could maybe consult ?aggregate and or ?supsmu
However only you know what you want as an x values and as an y values.
r-help-bounces at r-project.org napsal dne 07.10.2009 10:12:24:
> Good morning. I wish to plot two data on the same axis. I tried
> type = "l") for the first and tried to use lines or points(x,y, lty = 2,
> = 4) to add or plot the second data on alongside the first. However,
> got was not encouraging.
> I have attached the two data and would be pleased if anybody could be of
> Thank you
> Best regards
> [příloha 2005.txt odstraněna uživatelem Petr PIKAL/CTCAP] [příloha
> odstraněna uživatelem Petr PIKAL/CTCAP]
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