# Nice placement of labels in a plot

### Description

Function `textxy`

calls function `text`

in order to add text
to points in a graph. `textxy`

chooses a different position
for the text depending on the quadrant. This tends to
produces better readable plots, with labels fanning away from the origin.

### Usage

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### Arguments

`X` |
x coordinates of a set of points |

`Y` |
y coordinates of a set of points |

`labs` |
labels to be placed next to the points |

`m` |
coordinates of the origin of the plot (default (0,0)) |

`cex` |
character expansion factor |

`offset` |
controls the distance between the label and the point. A value of 0 will plot labels on top of the point. Larger values give larger separation between point and label. The default value is 0.8 |

`...` |
additiona arguments for function |

### Value

NULL

### Author(s)

Jan Graffelman (jan.graffelman@upc.edu)

### References

Graffelman, J. (2006) A guide to biplot calibration.

### See Also

`text`

### Examples

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