thanks! I figured there had to be an argument for it. I was surprised at
not seeing anything in par, but obviously didn't read closely enough.
thanks, and apologies
On Thu, May 20, 2010 at 1:23 PM, Allan Engelhardt wrote:
> Some variation around
>
> axis(2,at=2:7,lab=c("2","3","4","5","6","7"), tck=1)
>
> should do it? See tck in help("par").
>
> Hope this helps.
>
> Allan.
>
>
> On 20/05/10 18:38, Anthony Lopez wrote:
>
>> Is there an easier way to make this graph *without* having to specify all
>> of
>> the separate segment arguments at the end?
>>
>>
>>
>>> x<- c(1,2)
>>> off<- c(4,5.5)
>>> def<- c(5.5,5.9)
>>> par(fg="lightblue4")
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>> plot(x,off,type="o",col="dodgerblue4",ylim=c(2,7),xlim=c(0.7,2.3),axes=F,xlab="Labor
>> Condition",ylab="Willingness to Join",lwd=3)
>>
>>
>>> lines(def,type="o",pch=22,lty=2,col="firebrick",lwd=3)
>>> axis(1,at=x,lab=c("Sufficient","Insufficient"))
>>> axis(2,at=2:7,lab=c("2","3","4","5","6","7"))
>>> segments(0,2,2.3,2)
>>> segments(0,3,2.3,3)
>>> segments(0,4,2.3,4)
>>> segments(0,5,2.3,5)
>>> segments(0,6,2.3,6)
>>> segments(0,7,2.3,7)
>>>
>>>
>> anthony
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