[R] draw borders of bars inside of the rectangles in a barplot
Richard M. Heiberger
rmh @end|ng |rom temp|e@edu
Mon May 21 18:05:44 CEST 2018
I recommend instead of no border, that you use a border with the same
color as the fill.
I do this in the likert functions in the HH package.
On Mon, May 21, 2018 at 10:59 AM, Martin Batholdy via R-help
<r-help using r-project.org> wrote:
> Dear R-users,
> I want to draw a barplot with beside=TRUE.
> One halve of the bars are drawn with a border, while the other halve are drawn without a border (i.e. filled bars vs. non-filled bars next to each other).
> Because borders are drawn around the bars, doing this leads to one halve of the bars being wider than the other halve, expanding across the 0-point of the y-axis.
> This problem emerges especially with small figures and rather large border width.
> Now my question:
> Is there a way to draw the border inside of the bars instead of surrounding the bars? (similar to border-drawing options in graphics software, like photoshop or inkscape).
> Here some example code:
> x <- matrix(c(1:10), 2,5)
> par(lwd = 5)
> barplot(x, beside=T, border=rep(c(NA, 'black'),5), space=c(0.08,1), col=rep(c('black', 'white'),5))
> Thank you!
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