stackpoly: modified from "stackpoly" by Jim Lemon from "plotrix" package

Description Usage Arguments Author(s) References

View source: R/stackpoly.R

Description

Plot one or more columns of numeric values as the top edges of polygons instead of lines.

Usage

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stackpoly(x, y, main = "", xlab = "", ylab = "", xat = NA,
  xaxlab = NA, xlim = NA, ylim = NA, lty = 1, border = NA, col = NA,
  axis4 = F, x.hash = NULL, density = 20, ...)

Arguments

x

A numeric data frame or matrix with the 'x' values. If 'y' is NULL, these will become the 'y' values and the 'x' positions will be the integers from 1 to dim(x)[1].

y

The 'y' values.

main

The title for the plot.

xlab

x axis labels for the plot.

ylab

y axis labels for the plot.

xat

Where to put the optional xaxlabs.

xaxlab

Optional labels for the x positions.

xlim

Optional x limits.

ylim

Optional y limits.

lty

Line type for the polygon borders.

border

Color for the polygon borders.

col

Color to fill the polygons. If NULL, 'rainbow' will be called to generate the colors. If NA, the polygons will not be filled.

axis4

option to add an axis on the right hand side.

x.hash

values from x for which the bars have hash marks instead of solid fill

density

density value for hashed areas

...

Additional arguments passed to 'plot'.

Author(s)

Jim Lemon, Ian Taylor

References

https://cran.r-project.org/package=plotrix


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