[R] Keeping the order of data set when plotting
jholtman at gmail.com
Tue Mar 2 05:07:01 CET 2010
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providing the data, please use 'dput'. Most likely it might be
because one of the things you are trying to plot is a factor, but
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On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 9:53 PM, cosinenonqua <sergeygoder at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a data frame with 3 columns and I want to order the entire list by one
> column and then plot. I used order() and it does order the data set but when
> I plot it is as if the set is as it was originally. I also can't figure out
> how to plot two sets of data on the same graph. I have,
> Occupation American.Workers Foreign.Workers
> Accountant 12 2
> Engineer 45 54
> Doctor 50 37
> I want to be able to order American.Workers and then
> plot(Occupation,American.Workers) and plot(Occupation,Foreign.Workers) on
> the same graph.
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