[R] species names on a RDA plot
aolinto.lst at gmail.com
Mon Apr 6 03:17:08 CEST 2015
Thanks for your attention Jim
Following your idea of adding one more step to construct the diagram, I used
text(spe2.rdaspe, row.names(spe2.rdaspe), pos=3, col="red",cex=0.8)
and I could add species names.
It seems that there's nothing we can do in the plot line.
Have a nice week, best regards
2015-04-04 22:22 GMT-03:00 Jim Lemon <drjimlemon em gmail.com>:
> Hi Antonio,
> Is it possible to use "add=TRUE" and display the plot in two passes?
> On Sat, Apr 4, 2015 at 11:44 PM, Antonio Silva <aolinto.lst em gmail.com>
>> Hello everybody
>> The problem is that species names are shown in the ordination diagram when
>> the data set has a maximum of 80 rows, and mine has 81 (!!!).
>> So now the question is: it is possible to go through this limitation?
>> Thanks again,
>> Antônio Olinto
>> 2015-04-03 20:08 GMT-03:00 Antonio Silva <aolinto.lst em gmail.com>:
>> > Dear R users
>> > I'm trying to do a RDA analysis based on Borcard et al. 2011 Numerical
>> > Ecology with R examples.
>> > What I cannot understand is why when I run the script (RDA.R) using the
>> > dataset from book (dataset1.rar) RDA triplot shows species names and
>> when I
>> > use my dataset (dataset2.rar) species names are not shown.
>> > Data and script can be downloaded at
>> > https://app.box.com/s/oayq7tglbmdsu72fj05h83dlzclsiglg
>> > Does anyone know why this happens? Thanks for any clue.
>> > Best regards
>> > Antônio Olinto Ávila da Silva
>> > Fisheries Institute
>> > São Paulo, Brasil
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