Hi Andras,

I have not used this package before but I did the following steps to arrive

at an answer. Hopefully both the answer is what you are looking for and

also the steps to understand how you can answer such questions yourself in

the future.

1. R is an object-oriented language, but there are several ways in which

classes are supported. In particular, methods for some classes don't reside

with the class but with extensions to "generic" functions. The 'plot'

function is such an example. So the first step is to understand the class

returned by the function allEffects.

> myObj <- allEffects(mylogit)

> class(myObj)

# efflist

2. Next look at the documentation for the extensions to 'plot' for an

'efflist' class

> ?plot.efflist

3. Search in the help documentation for 'axes' to understand what is going

on (they also supply a lot of examples at the end of the help page). A few

experiments and the following seems to do what you asked for:

> plot(allEffects(mylogit),

+

axes=list(x=list(gre=list(lab="black"),gpa=list(lab="white"),rank=list(lab="green")),

+ y=list(lab="Prob(xyz)")))

HTH,

Eric

On Sat, Nov 11, 2017 at 2:20 AM, Andras Farkas via R-help <

[hidden email]> wrote:

> Dear All,

>

> probably a simple enough solution but don;t seem to be able to get my head

> around it...example based on a publicly available data set:

>

> mydata <- read.csv("

https://stats.idre.ucla.edu/stat/data/binary.csv")

> mylogit <- glm(admit ~ gre + gpa + rank, data = mydata, family =

> "binomial")

> library(effects)

> plot(allEffects(mylogit)

> ,axes=list(y=list(lab="Prob(xyz)"))

> )

>

> axes=list(y=list(lab="Prob(xyz)")) changes the y axis labels for all 3

> plots... Any thoughts on how I could change the x axis labels to let say

> 'black' (plot 1), 'white' (plot 2) and 'green' (plot 3) for the 3

> respective plots produced?

>

>

> appreciate the help...

>

> Andras

>

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