## [Solved] Side by side box plot in ggplot2 [closed]

To plot two plots (or more) in one figure, you can use the facet_grid function in ggplot2 (http://docs.ggplot2.org/current/facet_grid.html for more info). You can choose on which trait the plots will be facetted by using a formula. On the left hand side you can mention rows (graphs under each other) and on the left hand side … Read more

## [Solved] What package I can use to generate a Run Chart? [closed]

what kind pf Problem do you have while installing “qicharts”? Do you get an error? I am asking because it is working for me. Nevertheless you might also want to have a lock at the “qcc”-Package. Here you can find something like a small introduction and here is the cran help to the package. But … Read more

## [Solved] Plot an ellipse with python 2.7 knowing the equation

The code you show does not represent the equation of the ellipse. It’s a bit hard to tell what exactly you were trying in that code, but the approach here is of course completely the same as in the linked question’s answer, namely to calculate the left hand side of the equation with a meshgrid … Read more

## [Solved] How do I display dates along X axis using Charts in SwiftUI?

It works fine with me, might me something in the model data code? Here is my working example: struct Exercise: Identifiable { let id = UUID() var dateCompleted: Date var reps: Int } struct ContentView: View { private var exerciseMaxRepsArray: [Exercise] = [] init() { // init dummy data for i in 0 ..< 10 … Read more

## [Solved] python plot error of incompatible dimensions with numpy array [closed]

Check the shape of the two input arrays to plot in plt.plot(tscale1, np.array(np.hstack((0., np.abs(uamp), 0.))), …) solved python plot error of incompatible dimensions with numpy array [closed]

## [Solved] Plot euclidian points in R from data frame [closed]

Um, you can just call the plot function. A sample matrix: data <- cbind(x = 1:10, y = runif(10)) class(data) ## [1] “matrix” plot(data) This also works for a data frame. data <- data.frame(x = 1:10, y = runif(10)) plot(data) In general, (where there are more than two columns), you usually want to use with. … Read more

## [Solved] I’ve tried running this code for plotting the figure in matlab, but it gives the following error, what will be the solution? [closed]

I’ve tried running this code for plotting the figure in matlab, but it gives the following error, what will be the solution? [closed] solved I’ve tried running this code for plotting the figure in matlab, but it gives the following error, what will be the solution? [closed]

## [Solved] Plotting from excel to python with pandas

Check out these packages/ functions, you’ll find some code on these websites and you can tailor it to your needs. Some useful codes: Read_excel import pandas as pd df = pd.read_excel(‘your_file.xlsx’) Code above reads an excel file to python and keeps it as a DataFrame, named df. Matplotlib import matplotlib.pyplot as plt plt.plot(df[‘column – x … Read more

## [Solved] Manipulating a histogram plot in R

If your original is: h1 <- hist(t1,breaks=15) plot(h1,xlim=c(0,200),col=”red”) then does this do it? h1 <- hist(t1,breaks=15) plot(h1,xlim=c(-10,190),col=”red”) Not having your t1 data, I can’t tell. But is that what you are trying to do? solved Manipulating a histogram plot in R

## [Solved] Plotting discontinuous function in MATLAB/Octave

In Octave, you can decrease the size of the marker like this: x = 0:0.1:100; fx = rand(length(x), 1)’; plot(x, fx, “.”, “markersize”, 1) 2 solved Plotting discontinuous function in MATLAB/Octave