Working with multiple graphs in R

February 19, 2011

(This article was first published on mikeksmith's posterous, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

I’m trying out screencasting to help illustrate some tips and tricks with the statistics software package R, but also to hone my skills in this area.

I’m including the code for this example as an attachment to this post.

I’m in the process of preparing the next one, which will look at using the basic graphics function plot(…) but with the option type=”n”.

Multiple graph example.R
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