[R] Unordered Factors For ggplot?
juliet.hannah at gmail.com
Sun Feb 21 18:34:34 CET 2010
It would be easier with some example data. Make sure the data is represented by
factors and check the levels and relevel if needed. Something like:
df$day <- factor(df$day, levels = c("30", "29", "20))
Also search the ggplot2 mailing list for factor and order. I think
are asked often (although I may not be interpreting your question correctly).
On Wed, Feb 17, 2010 at 1:50 PM, Ryan Garner
<ryan.steven.garner at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have data that comes into R already ordered. When I use ggplot, it orders
> them which I don't want. How do I fix this without changing
> The data I have is number of days:
> When I plot with ggplot, it orders them by the first number only. So 3 ends
> up coming before 29.
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