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plot with different symbols and colors according to the factor levels

li li-13
Hi all,
 I have the following data. I want to plot the data (y ~ conc)
with different symbols and colors corresponding to different levels of the
factor sample.
I could create a column with color and pch and then do the plot, but I am
sure there are much better ways.
Can anyone make suggestions?
  Hanna



   y         conc sample
1  33 20.000000000      1
2  33  5.000000000      1
3  35  1.250000000      1
4  43  0.312500000      1
5  58  0.078125000      1
6  54  0.019531250      1
7  57  0.004882812      1
8  57  0.001220703      1
9  32 20.000000000      1
10 32  5.000000000      1
11 34  1.250000000      1
12 52  0.312500000      1
13 57  0.078125000      1
14 58  0.019531250      1
15 59  0.004882812      1
16 50  0.001220703      1
17 34 20.000000000      2
18 34  5.000000000      2
19 38  1.250000000      2
20 53  0.312500000      2
21 57  0.078125000      2
22 57  0.019531250      2
23 57  0.004882812      2
24 52  0.001220703      2
25 34 20.000000000      2
26 33  5.000000000      2
27 36  1.250000000      2
28 48  0.312500000      2
29 58  0.078125000      2
30 57  0.019531250      2
31 58  0.004882812      2
32 53  0.001220703      2
33 34 20.000000000      2
34 35  5.000000000      2
35 37  1.250000000      2
36 49  0.312500000      2
37 55  0.078125000      2
38 59  0.019531250      2
39 57  0.004882812      2
40 54  0.001220703      2
41 36 20.000000000      3
42 33  5.000000000      3
43 36  1.250000000      3
44 51  0.312500000      3
45 57  0.078125000      3
46 57  0.019531250      3
47 59  0.004882812      3
48 56  0.001220703      3
49 33 20.000000000      3
50 32  5.000000000      3
51 35  1.250000000      3
52 47  0.312500000      3
53 57  0.078125000      3
54 56  0.019531250      3
55 57  0.004882812      3
56 53  0.001220703      3
57 33 20.000000000      3
58 34  5.000000000      3
59 38  1.250000000      3
60 52  0.312500000      3
61 56  0.078125000      3
62 61  0.019531250      3
63 56  0.004882812      3
64 55  0.001220703      3

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Re: plot with different symbols and colors according to the factor levels

Clint Bowman
Hanna,

lili<-read.table("lili.txt",header=T)  # don't forget to label the row
number if it's in your data

with(lili,plot(y,conc,pch=sample,col=sample))

Clint


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On Tue, 30 Aug 2016, li li wrote:

> Hi all,
> I have the following data. I want to plot the data (y ~ conc)
> with different symbols and colors corresponding to different levels of the
> factor sample.
> I could create a column with color and pch and then do the plot, but I am
> sure there are much better ways.
> Can anyone make suggestions?
>  Hanna
>
>
>
>   y         conc sample
> 1  33 20.000000000      1
> 2  33  5.000000000      1
> 3  35  1.250000000      1
> 4  43  0.312500000      1
> 5  58  0.078125000      1
> 6  54  0.019531250      1
> 7  57  0.004882812      1
> 8  57  0.001220703      1
> 9  32 20.000000000      1
> 10 32  5.000000000      1
> 11 34  1.250000000      1
> 12 52  0.312500000      1
> 13 57  0.078125000      1
> 14 58  0.019531250      1
> 15 59  0.004882812      1
> 16 50  0.001220703      1
> 17 34 20.000000000      2
> 18 34  5.000000000      2
> 19 38  1.250000000      2
> 20 53  0.312500000      2
> 21 57  0.078125000      2
> 22 57  0.019531250      2
> 23 57  0.004882812      2
> 24 52  0.001220703      2
> 25 34 20.000000000      2
> 26 33  5.000000000      2
> 27 36  1.250000000      2
> 28 48  0.312500000      2
> 29 58  0.078125000      2
> 30 57  0.019531250      2
> 31 58  0.004882812      2
> 32 53  0.001220703      2
> 33 34 20.000000000      2
> 34 35  5.000000000      2
> 35 37  1.250000000      2
> 36 49  0.312500000      2
> 37 55  0.078125000      2
> 38 59  0.019531250      2
> 39 57  0.004882812      2
> 40 54  0.001220703      2
> 41 36 20.000000000      3
> 42 33  5.000000000      3
> 43 36  1.250000000      3
> 44 51  0.312500000      3
> 45 57  0.078125000      3
> 46 57  0.019531250      3
> 47 59  0.004882812      3
> 48 56  0.001220703      3
> 49 33 20.000000000      3
> 50 32  5.000000000      3
> 51 35  1.250000000      3
> 52 47  0.312500000      3
> 53 57  0.078125000      3
> 54 56  0.019531250      3
> 55 57  0.004882812      3
> 56 53  0.001220703      3
> 57 33 20.000000000      3
> 58 34  5.000000000      3
> 59 38  1.250000000      3
> 60 52  0.312500000      3
> 61 56  0.078125000      3
> 62 61  0.019531250      3
> 63 56  0.004882812      3
> 64 55  0.001220703      3
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Re: plot with different symbols and colors according to the factor levels

Clint Bowman

with(lili,plot(y,conc,pch=sample,col=sample,log="y"))

gives a better plot


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On Tue, 30 Aug 2016, Clint Bowman wrote:

> Hanna,
>
> lili<-read.table("lili.txt",header=T)  # don't forget to label the row number
> if it's in your data
>
> with(lili,plot(y,conc,pch=sample,col=sample))
>
> Clint
>
>
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> On Tue, 30 Aug 2016, li li wrote:
>
>>  Hi all,
>>  I have the following data. I want to plot the data (y ~ conc)
>>  with different symbols and colors corresponding to different levels of the
>>  factor sample.
>>  I could create a column with color and pch and then do the plot, but I am
>>  sure there are much better ways.
>>  Can anyone make suggestions?
>>   Hanna
>>
>>
>>
>>    y         conc sample
>>  1  33 20.000000000      1
>>  2  33  5.000000000      1
>>  3  35  1.250000000      1
>>  4  43  0.312500000      1
>>  5  58  0.078125000      1
>>  6  54  0.019531250      1
>>  7  57  0.004882812      1
>>  8  57  0.001220703      1
>>  9  32 20.000000000      1
>>  10 32  5.000000000      1
>>  11 34  1.250000000      1
>>  12 52  0.312500000      1
>>  13 57  0.078125000      1
>>  14 58  0.019531250      1
>>  15 59  0.004882812      1
>>  16 50  0.001220703      1
>>  17 34 20.000000000      2
>>  18 34  5.000000000      2
>>  19 38  1.250000000      2
>>  20 53  0.312500000      2
>>  21 57  0.078125000      2
>>  22 57  0.019531250      2
>>  23 57  0.004882812      2
>>  24 52  0.001220703      2
>>  25 34 20.000000000      2
>>  26 33  5.000000000      2
>>  27 36  1.250000000      2
>>  28 48  0.312500000      2
>>  29 58  0.078125000      2
>>  30 57  0.019531250      2
>>  31 58  0.004882812      2
>>  32 53  0.001220703      2
>>  33 34 20.000000000      2
>>  34 35  5.000000000      2
>>  35 37  1.250000000      2
>>  36 49  0.312500000      2
>>  37 55  0.078125000      2
>>  38 59  0.019531250      2
>>  39 57  0.004882812      2
>>  40 54  0.001220703      2
>>  41 36 20.000000000      3
>>  42 33  5.000000000      3
>>  43 36  1.250000000      3
>>  44 51  0.312500000      3
>>  45 57  0.078125000      3
>>  46 57  0.019531250      3
>>  47 59  0.004882812      3
>>  48 56  0.001220703      3
>>  49 33 20.000000000      3
>>  50 32  5.000000000      3
>>  51 35  1.250000000      3
>>  52 47  0.312500000      3
>>  53 57  0.078125000      3
>>  54 56  0.019531250      3
>>  55 57  0.004882812      3
>>  56 53  0.001220703      3
>>  57 33 20.000000000      3
>>  58 34  5.000000000      3
>>  59 38  1.250000000      3
>>  60 52  0.312500000      3
>>  61 56  0.078125000      3
>>  62 61  0.019531250      3
>>  63 56  0.004882812      3
>>  64 55  0.001220703      3
>>
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Re: plot with different symbols and colors according to the factor levels

glsnow
And you can specify the symbols and colors using code like:

with(lili, plot(y,conc, pch= c(16,18,17)[sample],
col=c('red','green','blue')[sample], log="y"))

modifying to meet your data and preferences, of course.

On Tue, Aug 30, 2016 at 11:48 AM, Clint Bowman <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> with(lili,plot(y,conc,pch=sample,col=sample,log="y"))
>
> gives a better plot
>
>
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> On Tue, 30 Aug 2016, Clint Bowman wrote:
>
>> Hanna,
>>
>> lili<-read.table("lili.txt",header=T)  # don't forget to label the row
>> number if it's in your data
>>
>> with(lili,plot(y,conc,pch=sample,col=sample))
>>
>> Clint
>>
>>
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>> Olympia, WA 98504-7600
>>
>>         USPS:           PO Box 47600, Olympia, WA 98504-7600
>>         Parcels:        300 Desmond Drive, Lacey, WA 98503-1274
>>
>> On Tue, 30 Aug 2016, li li wrote:
>>
>>>  Hi all,
>>>  I have the following data. I want to plot the data (y ~ conc)
>>>  with different symbols and colors corresponding to different levels of
>>> the
>>>  factor sample.
>>>  I could create a column with color and pch and then do the plot, but I
>>> am
>>>  sure there are much better ways.
>>>  Can anyone make suggestions?
>>>   Hanna
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>    y         conc sample
>>>  1  33 20.000000000      1
>>>  2  33  5.000000000      1
>>>  3  35  1.250000000      1
>>>  4  43  0.312500000      1
>>>  5  58  0.078125000      1
>>>  6  54  0.019531250      1
>>>  7  57  0.004882812      1
>>>  8  57  0.001220703      1
>>>  9  32 20.000000000      1
>>>  10 32  5.000000000      1
>>>  11 34  1.250000000      1
>>>  12 52  0.312500000      1
>>>  13 57  0.078125000      1
>>>  14 58  0.019531250      1
>>>  15 59  0.004882812      1
>>>  16 50  0.001220703      1
>>>  17 34 20.000000000      2
>>>  18 34  5.000000000      2
>>>  19 38  1.250000000      2
>>>  20 53  0.312500000      2
>>>  21 57  0.078125000      2
>>>  22 57  0.019531250      2
>>>  23 57  0.004882812      2
>>>  24 52  0.001220703      2
>>>  25 34 20.000000000      2
>>>  26 33  5.000000000      2
>>>  27 36  1.250000000      2
>>>  28 48  0.312500000      2
>>>  29 58  0.078125000      2
>>>  30 57  0.019531250      2
>>>  31 58  0.004882812      2
>>>  32 53  0.001220703      2
>>>  33 34 20.000000000      2
>>>  34 35  5.000000000      2
>>>  35 37  1.250000000      2
>>>  36 49  0.312500000      2
>>>  37 55  0.078125000      2
>>>  38 59  0.019531250      2
>>>  39 57  0.004882812      2
>>>  40 54  0.001220703      2
>>>  41 36 20.000000000      3
>>>  42 33  5.000000000      3
>>>  43 36  1.250000000      3
>>>  44 51  0.312500000      3
>>>  45 57  0.078125000      3
>>>  46 57  0.019531250      3
>>>  47 59  0.004882812      3
>>>  48 56  0.001220703      3
>>>  49 33 20.000000000      3
>>>  50 32  5.000000000      3
>>>  51 35  1.250000000      3
>>>  52 47  0.312500000      3
>>>  53 57  0.078125000      3
>>>  54 56  0.019531250      3
>>>  55 57  0.004882812      3
>>>  56 53  0.001220703      3
>>>  57 33 20.000000000      3
>>>  58 34  5.000000000      3
>>>  59 38  1.250000000      3
>>>  60 52  0.312500000      3
>>>  61 56  0.078125000      3
>>>  62 61  0.019531250      3
>>>  63 56  0.004882812      3
>>>  64 55  0.001220703      3
>>>
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Re: plot with different symbols and colors according to the factor levels

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On Tue, Aug 30, 2016 at 2:41 PM -0300, "Clint Bowman" <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:

Hanna,

lili<-read.table("lili.txt",header=T)  # don't forget to label the row
number if it's in your data

with(lili,plot(y,conc,pch=sample,col=sample))

Clint


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On Tue, 30 Aug 2016, li li wrote:

> Hi all,
> I have the following data. I want to plot the data (y ~ conc)
> with different symbols and colors corresponding to different levels of the
> factor sample.
> I could create a column with color and pch and then do the plot, but I am
> sure there are much better ways.
> Can anyone make suggestions?
>  Hanna
>
>
>
>   y         conc sample
> 1  33 20.000000000      1
> 2  33  5.000000000      1
> 3  35  1.250000000      1
> 4  43  0.312500000      1
> 5  58  0.078125000      1
> 6  54  0.019531250      1
> 7  57  0.004882812      1
> 8  57  0.001220703      1
> 9  32 20.000000000      1
> 10 32  5.000000000      1
> 11 34  1.250000000      1
> 12 52  0.312500000      1
> 13 57  0.078125000      1
> 14 58  0.019531250      1
> 15 59  0.004882812      1
> 16 50  0.001220703      1
> 17 34 20.000000000      2
> 18 34  5.000000000      2
> 19 38  1.250000000      2
> 20 53  0.312500000      2
> 21 57  0.078125000      2
> 22 57  0.019531250      2
> 23 57  0.004882812      2
> 24 52  0.001220703      2
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> 26 33  5.000000000      2
> 27 36  1.250000000      2
> 28 48  0.312500000      2
> 29 58  0.078125000      2
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> 43 36  1.250000000      3
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> 51 35  1.250000000      3
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> 53 57  0.078125000      3
> 54 56  0.019531250      3
> 55 57  0.004882812      3
> 56 53  0.001220703      3
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> 58 34  5.000000000      3
> 59 38  1.250000000      3
> 60 52  0.312500000      3
> 61 56  0.078125000      3
> 62 61  0.019531250      3
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> 64 55  0.001220703      3
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Re: plot with different symbols and colors according to the factor levels

li li-13
Thank you all.
   Hanna

2016-08-30 16:55 GMT-04:00 Paulo Moniz <[hidden email]>:

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> On Tue, Aug 30, 2016 at 2:41 PM -0300, "Clint Bowman" <[hidden email]>
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> Hanna,
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> lili<-read.table("lili.txt",header=T)  # don't forget to label the row
> number if it's in your data
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> with(lili,plot(y,conc,pch=sample,col=sample))
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> On Tue, 30 Aug 2016, li li wrote:
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> > Hi all,
> > I have the following data. I want to plot the data (y ~ conc)
> > with different symbols and colors corresponding to different levels of
> the
> > factor sample.
> > I could create a column with color and pch and then do the plot, but I am
> > sure there are much better ways.
> > Can anyone make suggestions?
> >  Hanna
> >
> >
> >
> >   y         conc sample
> > 1  33 20.000000000      1
> > 2  33  5.000000000      1
> > 3  35  1.250000000      1
> > 4  43  0.312500000      1
> > 5  58  0.078125000      1
> > 6  54  0.019531250      1
> > 7  57  0.004882812      1
> > 8  57  0.001220703      1
> > 9  32 20.000000000      1
> > 10 32  5.000000000      1
> > 11 34  1.250000000      1
> > 12 52  0.312500000      1
> > 13 57  0.078125000      1
> > 14 58  0.019531250      1
> > 15 59  0.004882812      1
> > 16 50  0.001220703      1
> > 17 34 20.000000000      2
> > 18 34  5.000000000      2
> > 19 38  1.250000000      2
> > 20 53  0.312500000      2
> > 21 57  0.078125000      2
> > 22 57  0.019531250      2
> > 23 57  0.004882812      2
> > 24 52  0.001220703      2
> > 25 34 20.000000000      2
> > 26 33  5.000000000      2
> > 27 36  1.250000000      2
> > 28 48  0.312500000      2
> > 29 58  0.078125000      2
> > 30 57  0.019531250      2
> > 31 58  0.004882812      2
> > 32 53  0.001220703      2
> > 33 34 20.000000000      2
> > 34 35  5.000000000      2
> > 35 37  1.250000000      2
> > 36 49  0.312500000      2
> > 37 55  0.078125000      2
> > 38 59  0.019531250      2
> > 39 57  0.004882812      2
> > 40 54  0.001220703      2
> > 41 36 20.000000000      3
> > 42 33  5.000000000      3
> > 43 36  1.250000000      3
> > 44 51  0.312500000      3
> > 45 57  0.078125000      3
> > 46 57  0.019531250      3
> > 47 59  0.004882812      3
> > 48 56  0.001220703      3
> > 49 33 20.000000000      3
> > 50 32  5.000000000      3
> > 51 35  1.250000000      3
> > 52 47  0.312500000      3
> > 53 57  0.078125000      3
> > 54 56  0.019531250      3
> > 55 57  0.004882812      3
> > 56 53  0.001220703      3
> > 57 33 20.000000000      3
> > 58 34  5.000000000      3
> > 59 38  1.250000000      3
> > 60 52  0.312500000      3
> > 61 56  0.078125000      3
> > 62 61  0.019531250      3
> > 63 56  0.004882812      3
> > 64 55  0.001220703      3
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