[R] How to hide tick lines behind the "box-and-whisker" 's in a boxplot
ehlers at ucalgary.ca
Tue Oct 13 00:15:03 CEST 2009
You can just place another boxplot on top of the first like this:
boxplot(x, col="white", add=TRUE)
Helmer Belbo wrote:
> Dear R people,
> I wonder how to hide tick lines behind other figures in a plot, e.g.
> in a boxplot.
> # Sample code:
> x<- c(rep(4,50),rep(5,20),rep(6,50),rnorm(20,5,1))
> axis(2,tck=1,col.ticks='grey',lty=5 )
> # end of sample code
> The tick lines is put on top of the box-plot, but I would like to put
> these lines behind the box and whiskers..
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> and provide commented, minimal, self-contained, reproducible code.
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