# Blog Archives

## Lattice exercises – part 2

May 24, 2016
By In this set of exercises we will use lattice package. Firstly, we have to install this package with command install.packages("lattice") and then we will call it library(lattice) . Lattice package permits us to create univariate, bivariate and trivariate plots. For this set of exercises we will see trivariate plots. We will use a dataset example

## Lattice exercises – part 1

April 30, 2016
By In the exercises below we will use the lattice package. First, we have to install this package with install.packages("lattice") and then we will call it library(lattice) . The Lattice package permits us to create univariate, bivariate and trivariate plots. For this set of exercises we will see univariate and bivariate plots. We will use a

## 3D plotting exercises

April 6, 2016
By In this set of exercises we will introduce the concept of 3D plotting. Specifically, we will use these commands:image(), contour() and persp(). For these exercises, you need to have a basic understanding of R objects and functions, in particular some knowledge about matrix . This set is the fourth set of exercises is a series

## Graphics parameters exercises

March 24, 2016
By In the exercises below we practice how to personalize graphics parameters, how to produce different plots at the same time and how to save a plot in a file. We will use commands such as par and jpeg. We will use the mtcars dataset, provided by R Cran (we can upload the dataset by typing

## Customize a scatterplot exercises

March 17, 2016
By In the following exercises we practice how to customize a scatterplot. We will use axis , to add an axis; mtext to add a text; and legend to add a legend. Moreover we practice how to add details in every stage. We will use the mtcars dataset, provided by R Cran (we can upload dataset

## Start plotting data!

March 11, 2016
By In the exercises below we practice the basics of visualization in R. Firstly, we use the command: plot . Then we will see how to add information to our plot through command: lines . We will use the mtcars dataset, provided by R Cran (we can upload dataset by type mtcars and then attach our