rug | R Documentation |

Adds a *rug* representation (1-d plot) of the data to the plot.

rug(x, ticksize = 0.03, side = 1, lwd = 0.5, col = par("fg"), quiet = getOption("warn") < 0, ...)

`x` |
A numeric vector |

`ticksize` |
The length of the ticks making up the ‘rug’. Positive lengths give inwards ticks. |

`side` |
On which side of the plot box the rug will be plotted. Normally 1 (bottom) or 3 (top). |

`lwd` |
The line width of the ticks. Some devices will round the
default width up to |

`col` |
The colour the ticks are plotted in. |

`quiet` |
logical indicating if there should be a warning about clipped values. |

`...` |
further arguments, passed to |

Because of the way `rug`

is implemented, only values of `x`

that fall within the plot region are included. There will be a
warning if any finite values are omitted, but non-finite values are
omitted silently.

Chambers, J. M. and Hastie, T. J. (1992)
*Statistical Models in S.*
Wadsworth & Brooks/Cole.

`jitter`

which you may want for ties in `x`

.

require(stats) # both 'density' and its default method with(faithful, { plot(density(eruptions, bw = 0.15)) rug(eruptions) rug(jitter(eruptions, amount = 0.01), side = 3, col = "light blue") })

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