Re: Your false remark on PR#1654

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Re: Your false remark on PR#1654

Prof Brian Ripley
The comment says

`Works in 2.3.0: BDR fixed inline [xy]axp'

and 2.2.1 is not 2.3.0.

Your example is not reproducible, so we cannot check.  If you get a copy
of R-devel (as the FAQ and posting guide ask you to before posting) you
can check for yourself.

Please do study the FAQ and avoid time-wasting.


On Sat, 28 Jan 2006 [hidden email] wrote:

> Full_Name: Kevin Cain
> Version: 2.2.1
> OS: Windows XP
> Submission from: (NULL) (128.95.124.144)
>
>
> In the following command, R ignores the xaxp command - it places tick marks at
> 1, 1.5, 2.0, etc regardless of what the third argument is (I want them only at
> integer values).
>
> plot(x=c(min(time),max(time)),y=c(min(y-se),max(y+se)),type='n',xaxp=c(1,4,3),
>  xlab='Measurement Time Point',
>  ylab='Accelerometer Mean VMU/min')
>
> A prior bug report says this problem has been fixed (Graphics-fixed/1654), but
> it looks like that referred to the unix version.
>
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