[R] plotting points in random but different colors based on condition
Jonathan_Bleyhl at affymetrix.com
Sat Oct 10 02:10:11 CEST 2009
On a similar note, I'm trying to plot continuous values on the y vs.
categorical (dates) on the x and I want to color by date, but I want the
colors to be random so points close to each other are easily
distinguishable. Any thoughts?
per freem-2 wrote:
> hi all,
> suppose I have a file with several columns, and I want to plot all points
> that meet a certain condition (i.e. all points in columns A and B that
> a value greater than such and such in column C of the data) in a new but
> random color. That is, I want all these points to be colored differently
> but I dont care what color. The only concern is that the points will be
> colored as differently from each other as possible.
> The specific example I have is a file with three columns, X, Y and ID. I
> want to plot all rows from X, Y (i.e. all points) that have the same value
> (say 1) in their ID column as one color, all points from X, Y that have
> same ID column value (say 2) as a different color, etc. I dont know ahead
> of time how many values the ID column will have so I can't write a
> plot statement for each of these sets of X, Y rows that have the same ID
> Is there a way to express this in R?
> thank you.
> Is there a way to do this?
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