# plot

1. ### 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...
2. ### 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...
3. ### Base R: add points() in a loop defined by group

Dear all, I am looking for a way to generate different plots in base R with adding points and lines manually to the plot. Here is my sample data: xy <- data.frame(NAME=c("NAME1","NAME1","NAME2","NAME2"), X_START_YEAR=c(1984,1986,1899,1903)...
4. ### R: lines() and points() solution in multiple plots separated by groups

I am relatively new to R and I am trying to do the following. I am looking for a way to generate single plots defined by group (based on the ID). My goal: Generally I am looking for a way to always plot row based points in the following pattern - starting point...
5. ### Plot Characterization

Hi all, I am plotting voltage errors (Y) vs positions (X) X values are always sequential and ordered ascending I am concerned primarily with the linearity of the plot. The data is saved after viewing the plot. The plot gives a lot of information visually to me. My goal is to preserve...
6. ### Redundancy Analysis - how to interpret the plot

I'm reading a paper that uses a redundancy analysis but I don't know how to interpret the figure. It seems like such a basic thing that I should understand, but I'm having a hard time finding anything that answers my questions. - What do the axes mean? - What does it mean when arrows point...
7. ### Build a graph using R

I need to build this graph, So i have this formula: k <- 0 maxthreshold <- 100000 thresholds <- c() points <- c() while (k < maxthreshold){ inmb <- k*DELTA_QALY - DELTA_COST k <- k+100 } So what i need is that in the x axes to put different values of k and in the y...
8. ### plots and loops with panel data

Hey, my questions: 1. What is the command for a plot of PersonA money against time? 2. I need a for loop over the string variable person which applies a function (e.g. mean of money from 2000 to 2002). Data: year, person, money 2000, PersonA, 100 2000, PersonB, 200...
9. ### Free (or readily available) easy to use plotting software

I'm giving an upcoming talk to a mixed group of teachers, school admins, and researchers (mostly qualitative) on data visualization. The topic is the cognitive aspects that make a graphic good. My question: What are some free (or easily accessible) easy to use software for plotting? I have...
10. ### Gaussian Kernel regressions plot

Hey everyone, I'm trying to make a specific plot in SAS of two variables, X and Y. I want to run a Kernel regression of two variables, X and Y, and then using those results plot the two in a two-dimensional diagram with X on the X-axis and Y on the Y-axis represented by a smooth curve. All...
11. ### Logistic regression

Hello everyone... I'm trying to create a graph similar to the FIG. I did the analysis in proc logistic and I found a quadratic effect and I created the graphic, But I don't know how to calculate the maximum predicted value and the confidence interval. Thanks so much in advance for...
12. ### help for task in R programming language

This is my task. I don't know how to solve it in R studio. Please help me!!! Simulate: a) 15 values from N(0,1) distribution b) 50 values from N(1,5) distribution c) 30 values from exp distribution with parametar 2 For all these I hade to find mean, standard deviation, deviation. And...
13. ### Trouble with bargraph in figure mixing basic and trellis plots

I am creating a multi-plot figure with a scatter plot at the top of the page and a bar chart on the lower part. The bar chart shows the frequecies of Types 1, 2 and 3 at various times. Each bar is of height = 1, subsections of bars proportional to the frequency, and each bar located at the...
14. ### Autocorrelation Function: How to interpret an acf plot?

Hi there, I'm trying to understand how to interpret an autocorrelation function plot. I've been trying to find resources that explain how they are used and how to understand them but I haven't been able to find many articles. This is what I understand (please feel free to correct me...