[R] Help with Partial dependence bar graph

Liaw, Andy andy_liaw at merck.com
Wed Apr 21 14:35:59 CEST 2010

Store the returned value of partialPlot() in an object and do your own
barplot.  Read the "Value" section in the help page for partialPlot.


From: Daudi Jjingo
> Hello,
> I need to draw a partial dependence bar graph.
> My the my predictor vectors are continous and so is the 
> response variable.
> Iam using the partialPlot function of the randomForest 
> package. I get a line
> graph. How can I edit it to get a bar graph instead?
> (partialPlot(randomForest object ,data-matrix, number of 
> predictor vectors,
> "Temp"))
> -- 
> Daudi Jjingo
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