GNU R package providing various plotting functions
DescriptionThis R package provides lots of plots, various labeling, axis and color scaling functions. Some of them are:
arctext: Display text on a circular arc.
barhier: Display a set of hierarchically associated variables
barp: A bar plotting routine
bin.wind.records: Classify wind direction and speed records.
centipede.plot: Display a centipede plot
clock24.plot: Plot values on a 24 hour "clockface".
color.legend: Legend matching categories or values to colors
dotplot.mtb: Minitab style dotplots.
gantt.chart: Display a Gantt chart
intersectDiagram: Display set intersections
multhist: Plot a multiple histogram, as a barplot
polar.plot: Plot values on a circular grid of 0 to 360 degrees.
vectorField: Display magnitude/direction vectors
weighted.hist: Display a weighted histogramand many more. Read more about this package at http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/plotrix/plotrix.pdf
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