linesplot | R Documentation |

Orders the observations by `x`

and thereafter plots `y`

on `x`

and connects observations of the same group by lines.
Useful, for example, to plot a longitudinal dataset.

linesplot(x, y, group, xlab = "x", ylab = "y", main = "", cex = 0.5, pch = 19, col = 1, col.lin = 1, lw = FALSE, ylim = NULL, xlim = NULL, add = FALSE, lty = "solid", lwd=1)

`x, y` |
Numerical vectors of the same length including the x and y variables. |

`group` |
The variable specifying the group. Should be of the same length as vectors x and y. |

```
xlab, ylab,
main, cex,
pch, col,
col.lin, xlim,
ylim, lty, lwd
``` |
Graphical parameters, see |

`lw` |
Boolean. Whether a loess smoother to be added onto the plot. |

`add` |
Boolean. Whether to add to an existing plot or to open a new window. |

The observations within the group are connected at the increasing order of `x`

.

Used for its side effects.

Lauri Mehtatalo <lauri.mehtatalo@uef.fi>

Mehtatalo, Lauri and Lappi, Juha 2020. Biometry for Forestry and Environmental Data: with examples in R. New York: Chapman and Hall/CRC. 426 p. doi: 10.1201/9780429173462

D<-rep(seq(10,30),10) H<-(20+rep(rnorm(10,0,0.5),each=21))*exp(-1.5*D^(-1.3)) plot<-rep(1:10,each=21) linesplot(D,H,plot)

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