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1. plot mean value according to confidence interval

Hi all, i have a very simple question, because i am not good at statistics but i need that :) I have two signals, one is lets say 'x' another is 'time', so its a time serie. I need to find the upper and lower values of my signals according to confidence interval and then show them on a graph...
2. Odds ratio plot on log scale

Greetings, I have had difficulties plotting results from GLM logit models to show up as odds ratios on a log scale. Ultimately I want to obtain estimates from different models and plot the results on one graph as shown here (https://www.ctspedia.org/do/view/CTSpedia/ClinAEGraph001). Do you...
3. Similarity and Dissimilarity of 3 conditions

First of all, sorry if this is not the right place to post, I haven't found a previous post that would help me solve my problem. I need to come up with a formula to analyze my data. Here is an example of my data frame: Every Row is a biological function that is relevant in Cancer...
4. plot a subset of intervals after lmList

Dear reader, I am a first timer here (and an R newbie), so please tell me if you need more information to answer the following question: I have grouped data on insurance premiums for 7 companies. I estimated 7 individual linear models using lmList of the nlme library. Afterwards I can plot...
5. partial regression/residual plot

Dear all, We have run a multiple regression analysis in SPSS in which we examined the link between telomere length and anxiety symptoms, while adjusting for the effects of age, IQ, socioeconomic status, and BMI. We would like to present our results graphically using a scatterplot with...
6. Multiple Linear Regression (Actual Vs Predicted)

Hi forum, I am new to statistics and R in general so please bear with me if I am not clear enough. So I am generating a 3 level full factorial design with 4 variables (P, P1, P4, INJ), and three responses (qo, qw, qg) which I am using in order to run a multiple linear regression on in R. I have...
7. Plotting in r

Hi There I've goodness of fit my data 2 times. one time for normal distribution and another time for T.distribution. I have about 2500 data and I need to do graphical illustration now. my graphical illustration should be mix of ecdf and cdf for each of them( normal and student t). I'm pretty...
8. Choroplethr - Zooming in within a region?

Hello all, I'm trying to create a choropleth plot to show iguana population data on a map of the Galapagos. I have installed choroplethr, maps, mapdata, RNetCDF and choroplethrAdmin1. Using: > head(get_admin1_regions("ecuador")) country region 849...
9. Ploting continuous caracter on a phylogenetic tree

Hi, I study comparative biology and have been trying to estimate ancestral character states for continuous characters using the package phytools. The optimization of the characters is perfect but I have problems editing the outcome image. My main goal is that all the branches have the...
10. what does it mean selec="cos2 9" in plot()

Hello; l want to know the function and the meaning of the argument select="cos2 9" what does it mean cos2 ? here is my function plot res<- PCA(d,quali.sup<- c(1,10)) and d is mydata plot(res,cex=0.9,shadow=F,habillage=10,invisible=c("ind.sup","quali"),select="cos2 9",unselect=1) Thank...
11. GAMM plot??

Hi everyone, I would like some help. I did a multilevel analysis using GAMM from mgcv package and plot the predict values with the confidence intervals. I read in a few foruns that the plot only use the fixed part from the equation to predict the values used in the plot. Could anyone knows...
12. Error in multivariate plot

Hi I am trying to make a multivariate plot similar to the above image in R, using the command pairs(response variable,panel=panel.smooth) I just got an error Error in pairs.default(Response, panel = panel.smooth) : only one column in the argument to 'pairs' Could anyone tell me...
13. Plot from complex table in R

I created a table in R using three variables say a,b,c and got an output of the count for the first two by the third(count a*b for each c) [1:27, 1:2, 1:14], I would like to separately plot the a vs b count matricies for each c. (14 graphs of the counts of a vs b) I have no idea where to begin...
14. Announcement : Data Explorer

Hello, You may be interested in the release of a new data explorer software aimed at statistical analyses and data mining operations ( more than 25 different analyses). All the functions are executed in a very easy way by dragging objects with the mouse. Description and demo movie can be...
15. Problems plotting a data.frame

Hi, I am trying to do a simple graph with plot() function. When I do the plot with two columns of the data.frame the style options dosen't work. But in lines() function it works well. I don't jnow th reason. Is there something wrong in my code. dataf <-...
16. Longitude Latitude Time Series Plot

Hi All! I have been looking to find a package that will allow to plot time series longitude/latitude in a map with density and connecting lines. For example, if t=1 for (lon1,lat1) then circle of diameter 1 is plotted at lon1, lat1. if t=3 for (lon2,lat2) then circle of diameter 3 is plotted at...
17. Optimizing Burn-in Testing

I'm new to the field and have a problem that I'm currently stuck on. For burn-in testing of a machine, we cycle test it 500 times. Sometimes it'll fail before that point, get repaired, and then continue testing. Sometimes it won't fail by the conclusion of the test. The question I've been tasked...
18. r studio

Hi all, I'm using R Studio ( I'm still a novice on R). I'm trying to run the basic data sets that come with the package like the mileage one plot(mtcars$disp, mtcars$mpg) I keep getting the error "error in plot.new(), : figure margins too large" I think the window for my plots might...
19. Plotting many time series on same graph (50+)

Hello, Thank you for taking the time to read my question. I have a LOT of time series data that I would like to plot all on the same graph. My data looks like this: Year Region1 Region2 ... 1990 3.24 5.60 1991...
20. How to plot non-parametric data with multiple time points?

Hello, I analyzed some physiologic data (blood electrolyte levels etc) which was fairly skewed, so I used Kruskal-Wallis to test for differences between groups. I originally plotted the mean and SD, but I learned that plotting the median is more suitable with skewed data. My question is...