Plotting of Data using Generic plots in R Programming – plot() Function
plot() function in R Programming Language is defined as a generic function for plotting. It can be used to create basic graphs of a different type.
Syntax: plot(x, y, type)
- x and y: coordinates of points to plot
- type: the type of graph to create
Returns: different type of plots
Plotting Data in R Programming Language
Example 1: Draw Points using plot() Function in R
Example 2: Draw Multiple Points
Example 3: Sequences of Points
Example 4: R program to plot a graph
In the above example type=“l” stands for lines graph, type=“h” stands for ‘histogram’ like vertical lines.
Example 5: R program to plot a different graph
Here, in the above example type=“b” stands for both that means points are connected by a line
type=“s”indicates stair steps
type=“p” for points (by default).