[R] removing text form the graph(outer region)

Don MacQueen macq at llnl.gov
Wed Mar 24 20:01:43 CET 2010

You have to look at the documentation for the function you used to 
create the "calibration plot". Find out what options it has for 
controlling what text appears, and use them. If there are no options, 
then maybe there is a graphics parameter [ see help('par') ] that 
will prevent them. Otherwise, you will probably have to reconstruct 
the plot yourself using basic plotting functions.

Or, assuming you used a plotting function from some package, contact 
the package author or maintainer.


At 11:27 AM -0400 3/24/10, paaventhan jeyaganth wrote:
>  Dear R communities,
>when i do a calibration plot i have text inside the graph bottom 
>left and right (outer region)
>saying x resampling  added B=200, i want to get rid of this texts 
>please advise me
>how can i do it 
>Thanks very much
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Don MacQueen
Environmental Protection Department
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Livermore, CA, USA

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