> Command I am using for the plot:
> plot(Raw[Plate==101]~well[Plate==101], xlab="Well", ylab="Raw",
> main="Plate 101")
> I only want to label points on the graph where well equals B13, G13,
> K14 and
> N14 with the name of the well.
Maybe you will have to set the limits (xlim and ylim) of your graph and chage .1 to a more precise value.
Please, take care and ensure carefully reading of command internal help (typing ?text, for example), the R's help-pages are very clear and didactic.
Be sure also, searching for previous questions already made in "r-help", preventing double questions on basic isues, and be more specific possible about your problem. If your data is from base, I could give you one better answer.
Take care, Have a god job!
cedeplar.ufmg.br P.H.D. student
Professor in department of Economics,
UFOP - Univ. Federal de Ouro Preto, Brazil
And then I created a 3d scatterplot.
I would like to label just points 2, 3, 8, and 17 as they stand out from the pack. However, I would like to label them not as numbers but as the name of the data point. So I assume this will be a two step process to complete this task, but I am not sure how to do it