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Draw Overlapping Circles with shaded tracks

AbouEl-Makarim Aboueissa-3
Dear All:


I am wondering if there is a way in R to draw these two circles with shaded
tracks in both circles using R, and make both circles uncovered. I am
trying to make it in MS words, but I could not. Your help will be highly
appreciated.


In my previous post I added the image of the two circles, but the post
never published. I just thought to resent the post again without the image.

with many thanks
abou
______________________


*AbouEl-Makarim Aboueissa, PhD*

*Professor of Statistics*

*Department of Mathematics and Statistics*
*University of Southern Maine*

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Re: Draw Overlapping Circles with shaded tracks

Jim Lemon-4
Hi Abou,
Without an illustration it's hard to work out what you want. here is a
simple example of two circles using semi-transparency. Is this any
help?

pdf("circles.pdf")
plot(0:10,type="n",axes=FALSE,xlab="",ylab="")
draw.circle(4,5,radius=3,border="#ff0000aa",lwd=10)
draw.circle(6,5,radius=3,border="#0000ffaa",lwd=10)
dev.off()

Jim

On Fri, Dec 29, 2017 at 9:45 PM, AbouEl-Makarim Aboueissa
<[hidden email]> wrote:

> Dear All:
>
>
> I am wondering if there is a way in R to draw these two circles with shaded
> tracks in both circles using R, and make both circles uncovered. I am
> trying to make it in MS words, but I could not. Your help will be highly
> appreciated.
>
>
> In my previous post I added the image of the two circles, but the post
> never published. I just thought to resent the post again without the image.
>
> with many thanks
> abou
> ______________________
>
>
> *AbouEl-Makarim Aboueissa, PhD*
>
> *Professor of Statistics*
>
> *Department of Mathematics and Statistics*
> *University of Southern Maine*
>
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>
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Re: Draw Overlapping Circles with shaded tracks

R help mailing list-2
That code nees the plotrix package:
library(plotrix)
pdf("circles.pdf")
plot(0:10,type="n",axes=FALSE,xlab="",ylab="")
draw.circle(4,5,radius=3,border="#ff0000aa",lwd=10)
draw.circle(6,5,radius=3,border="#0000ffaa",lwd=10)
dev.off()


 

    On Friday, December 29, 2017, 6:06:32 PM EST, Jim Lemon <[hidden email]> wrote:  
 
 Hi Abou,
Without an illustration it's hard to work out what you want. here is a
simple example of two circles using semi-transparency. Is this any
help?

pdf("circles.pdf")
plot(0:10,type="n",axes=FALSE,xlab="",ylab="")
draw.circle(4,5,radius=3,border="#ff0000aa",lwd=10)
draw.circle(6,5,radius=3,border="#0000ffaa",lwd=10)
dev.off()

Jim

On Fri, Dec 29, 2017 at 9:45 PM, AbouEl-Makarim Aboueissa
<[hidden email]> wrote:

> Dear All:
>
>
> I am wondering if there is a way in R to draw these two circles with shaded
> tracks in both circles using R, and make both circles uncovered. I am
> trying to make it in MS words, but I could not. Your help will be highly
> appreciated.
>
>
> In my previous post I added the image of the two circles, but the post
> never published. I just thought to resent the post again without the image.
>
> with many thanks
> abou
> ______________________
>
>
> *AbouEl-Makarim Aboueissa, PhD*
>
> *Professor of Statistics*
>
> *Department of Mathematics and Statistics*
> *University of Southern Maine*
>
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>
> ______________________________________________
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> and provide commented, minimal, self-contained, reproducible code.

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Another solution:

library("HelpersMG") plot(0:10,type="n",axes=FALSE,xlab="",ylab="",
asp=1) ellipse(center.x = 3, center.y = 5, radius.x = 5, radius.y = 5,
lwd=10, col=NA, border=rgb(red = 1, green = 0, blue=0, alpha = 0.5))
ellipse(center.x = 8, center.y = 5, radius.x = 5, radius.y = 5, lwd=10,
col=NA, border=rgb(red = 0, green = 1, blue=0, alpha = 0.5))


(Without the graphic example, it is difficult to know what tit was
supposed to do !)

Marc

Le 31/12/2017 à 14:10, John Kane via R-help a écrit :

> That code nees the plotrix package:
> library(plotrix)
> pdf("circles.pdf")
> plot(0:10,type="n",axes=FALSE,xlab="",ylab="")
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=3,border="#ff0000aa",lwd=10)
> draw.circle(6,5,radius=3,border="#0000ffaa",lwd=10)
> dev.off()
>
>
>  
>
>      On Friday, December 29, 2017, 6:06:32 PM EST, Jim Lemon <[hidden email]> wrote:
>  
>   Hi Abou,
> Without an illustration it's hard to work out what you want. here is a
> simple example of two circles using semi-transparency. Is this any
> help?
>
> pdf("circles.pdf")
> plot(0:10,type="n",axes=FALSE,xlab="",ylab="")
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=3,border="#ff0000aa",lwd=10)
> draw.circle(6,5,radius=3,border="#0000ffaa",lwd=10)
> dev.off()
>
> Jim
>
> On Fri, Dec 29, 2017 at 9:45 PM, AbouEl-Makarim Aboueissa
> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Dear All:
>>
>>
>> I am wondering if there is a way in R to draw these two circles with shaded
>> tracks in both circles using R, and make both circles uncovered. I am
>> trying to make it in MS words, but I could not. Your help will be highly
>> appreciated.
>>
>>
>> In my previous post I added the image of the two circles, but the post
>> never published. I just thought to resent the post again without the image.
>>
>> with many thanks
>> abou
>> ______________________
>>
>>
>> *AbouEl-Makarim Aboueissa, PhD*
>>
>> *Professor of Statistics*
>>
>> *Department of Mathematics and Statistics*
>> *University of Southern Maine*
>>
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>>
>> ______________________________________________
>> [hidden email] mailing list -- To UNSUBSCRIBE and more, see
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>> and provide commented, minimal, self-contained, reproducible code.
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AbouEl-Makarim Aboueissa-3
Dear All:

Thank you very much for all of you.

I just have one more thing. Is there a way to fill the borders with small
dots, may be different sizes.

I tried to do it, but it looks ugly.

Here what I tried:




library(plotrix)


plot(0:10, 0:10, type="n",axes=FALSE,xlab="",ylab="")   #### 0:5,

draw.circle(4,5,radius=3,border="#ff0000aa", lwd=75)

draw.circle(4,5,radius=2.50,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(4,5,radius=2.55,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(4,5,radius=2.60,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(4,5,radius=2.65,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(4,5,radius=2.70,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)

draw.circle(4,5,radius=2.75,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(4,5,radius=2.80,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(4,5,radius=2.85,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(4,5,radius=2.90,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(4,5,radius=2.95,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.0,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)

draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.05,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.10,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.15,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.20,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.25,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)


draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.30,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.35,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.40,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.45,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.50,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)



draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3,border="#0000ffaa",lwd=75)


draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=2.50,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=2.55,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=2.60,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=2.65,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=2.70,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)

draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=2.75,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=2.80,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=2.85,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=2.90,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=2.95,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.0,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)

draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.05,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.10,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.15,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.20,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.25,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)


draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.30,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.35,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.40,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.45,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.50,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)



Once again thank you very much

abou

______________________


*AbouEl-Makarim Aboueissa, PhD*

*Professor of Statistics*

*Department of Mathematics and Statistics*
*University of Southern Maine*


On Sun, Dec 31, 2017 at 8:40 AM, Marc Girondot via R-help <
[hidden email]> wrote:

> Another solution:
>
> library("HelpersMG") plot(0:10,type="n",axes=FALSE,xlab="",ylab="",
> asp=1) ellipse(center.x = 3, center.y = 5, radius.x = 5, radius.y = 5,
> lwd=10, col=NA, border=rgb(red = 1, green = 0, blue=0, alpha = 0.5))
> ellipse(center.x = 8, center.y = 5, radius.x = 5, radius.y = 5, lwd=10,
> col=NA, border=rgb(red = 0, green = 1, blue=0, alpha = 0.5))
>
>
> (Without the graphic example, it is difficult to know what tit was
> supposed to do !)
>
> Marc
>
> Le 31/12/2017 à 14:10, John Kane via R-help a écrit :
> > That code nees the plotrix package:
> > library(plotrix)
> > pdf("circles.pdf")
> > plot(0:10,type="n",axes=FALSE,xlab="",ylab="")
> > draw.circle(4,5,radius=3,border="#ff0000aa",lwd=10)
> > draw.circle(6,5,radius=3,border="#0000ffaa",lwd=10)
> > dev.off()
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >      On Friday, December 29, 2017, 6:06:32 PM EST, Jim Lemon <
> [hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> >   Hi Abou,
> > Without an illustration it's hard to work out what you want. here is a
> > simple example of two circles using semi-transparency. Is this any
> > help?
> >
> > pdf("circles.pdf")
> > plot(0:10,type="n",axes=FALSE,xlab="",ylab="")
> > draw.circle(4,5,radius=3,border="#ff0000aa",lwd=10)
> > draw.circle(6,5,radius=3,border="#0000ffaa",lwd=10)
> > dev.off()
> >
> > Jim
> >
> > On Fri, Dec 29, 2017 at 9:45 PM, AbouEl-Makarim Aboueissa
> > <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >> Dear All:
> >>
> >>
> >> I am wondering if there is a way in R to draw these two circles with
> shaded
> >> tracks in both circles using R, and make both circles uncovered. I am
> >> trying to make it in MS words, but I could not. Your help will be highly
> >> appreciated.
> >>
> >>
> >> In my previous post I added the image of the two circles, but the post
> >> never published. I just thought to resent the post again without the
> image.
> >>
> >> with many thanks
> >> abou
> >> ______________________
> >>
> >>
> >> *AbouEl-Makarim Aboueissa, PhD*
> >>
> >> *Professor of Statistics*
> >>
> >> *Department of Mathematics and Statistics*
> >> *University of Southern Maine*
> >>
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> >>
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> >> and provide commented, minimal, self-contained, reproducible code.
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Jim Lemon-4
Hi Abou,
Sure:

library(plotrix)
pdf("circles.pdf")
plot(0:10,type="n",axes=FALSE,xlab="",ylab="")
ymult=getYmult()
draw.circle(4,5,radius=3,border="#ff0000aa",lwd=10)
for(angle in seq(0,1.95*pi,by=0.05*pi))
 draw.circle(4+3*cos(angle),5+3*sin(angle)*ymult,
  radius=runif(1,0.05,0.1),col="#00ff00aa")
draw.circle(6,5,radius=3,border="#0000ffaa",lwd=10)
for(angle in seq(0,1.95*pi,by=0.05*pi))
 draw.circle(6+3*cos(angle),5+3*sin(angle)*ymult,
  radius=runif(1,0.05,0.1),col="#ffff00aa")
dev.off()

You're right, it's really ugly.

Thanks John, how could I have forgotten.

Jim

On Mon, Jan 1, 2018 at 1:13 AM, AbouEl-Makarim Aboueissa
<[hidden email]> wrote:

> Dear All:
>
> Thank you very much for all of you.
>
> I just have one more thing. Is there a way to fill the borders with small
> dots, may be different sizes.
>
> I tried to do it, but it looks ugly.
>
> Here what I tried:
>
>
>
>
> library(plotrix)
>
>
> plot(0:10, 0:10, type="n",axes=FALSE,xlab="",ylab="")   #### 0:5,
>
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=3,border="#ff0000aa", lwd=75)
>
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=2.50,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=2.55,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=2.60,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=2.65,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=2.70,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
>
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=2.75,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=2.80,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=2.85,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=2.90,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=2.95,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.0,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
>
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.05,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.10,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.15,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.20,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.25,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
>
>
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.30,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.35,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.40,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.45,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(4,5,radius=3.50,border="red",lty=3,lwd=3)
>
>
>
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3,border="#0000ffaa",lwd=75)
>
>
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=2.50,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=2.55,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=2.60,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=2.65,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=2.70,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
>
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=2.75,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=2.80,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=2.85,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=2.90,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=2.95,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.0,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
>
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.05,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.10,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.15,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.20,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.25,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
>
>
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.30,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.35,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.40,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.45,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
> draw.circle(7.5,5,radius=3.50,border="blue",lty=3,lwd=3)
>
>
>
> Once again thank you very much
>
> abou
>
> ______________________
>
>
> *AbouEl-Makarim Aboueissa, PhD*
>
> *Professor of Statistics*
>
> *Department of Mathematics and Statistics*
> *University of Southern Maine*
>
>
> On Sun, Dec 31, 2017 at 8:40 AM, Marc Girondot via R-help <
> [hidden email]> wrote:
>
>> Another solution:
>>
>> library("HelpersMG") plot(0:10,type="n",axes=FALSE,xlab="",ylab="",
>> asp=1) ellipse(center.x = 3, center.y = 5, radius.x = 5, radius.y = 5,
>> lwd=10, col=NA, border=rgb(red = 1, green = 0, blue=0, alpha = 0.5))
>> ellipse(center.x = 8, center.y = 5, radius.x = 5, radius.y = 5, lwd=10,
>> col=NA, border=rgb(red = 0, green = 1, blue=0, alpha = 0.5))
>>
>>
>> (Without the graphic example, it is difficult to know what tit was
>> supposed to do !)
>>
>> Marc
>>
>> Le 31/12/2017 à 14:10, John Kane via R-help a écrit :
>> > That code nees the plotrix package:
>> > library(plotrix)
>> > pdf("circles.pdf")
>> > plot(0:10,type="n",axes=FALSE,xlab="",ylab="")
>> > draw.circle(4,5,radius=3,border="#ff0000aa",lwd=10)
>> > draw.circle(6,5,radius=3,border="#0000ffaa",lwd=10)
>> > dev.off()
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >      On Friday, December 29, 2017, 6:06:32 PM EST, Jim Lemon <
>> [hidden email]> wrote:
>> >
>> >   Hi Abou,
>> > Without an illustration it's hard to work out what you want. here is a
>> > simple example of two circles using semi-transparency. Is this any
>> > help?
>> >
>> > pdf("circles.pdf")
>> > plot(0:10,type="n",axes=FALSE,xlab="",ylab="")
>> > draw.circle(4,5,radius=3,border="#ff0000aa",lwd=10)
>> > draw.circle(6,5,radius=3,border="#0000ffaa",lwd=10)
>> > dev.off()
>> >
>> > Jim
>> >
>> > On Fri, Dec 29, 2017 at 9:45 PM, AbouEl-Makarim Aboueissa
>> > <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> >> Dear All:
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> I am wondering if there is a way in R to draw these two circles with
>> shaded
>> >> tracks in both circles using R, and make both circles uncovered. I am
>> >> trying to make it in MS words, but I could not. Your help will be highly
>> >> appreciated.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> In my previous post I added the image of the two circles, but the post
>> >> never published. I just thought to resent the post again without the
>> image.
>> >>
>> >> with many thanks
>> >> abou
>> >> ______________________
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> *AbouEl-Makarim Aboueissa, PhD*
>> >>
>> >> *Professor of Statistics*
>> >>
>> >> *Department of Mathematics and Statistics*
>> >> *University of Southern Maine*
>> >>
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