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In R Programming Language we use plot() function to display scatterplot. It takes eight parameters. Syntax: plot(x, y, main, xlab, ylab, xlim, ylim, axes) Parameters:… Read More
To plot a graph in R using a CSV file, we need a CSV file with two-column, the values in the first column will be… Read More
A Scatter plot is a graphical representation of two numeric variables related to each other based on the premise of Cartesian coordinate system where a… Read More
Area Charts are defined as the filled regions between two series that share common areas. A stacked area chart is easily understandable if you know… Read More
A normal probability plot is a graphical representation of the data. A normal probability plot is used to check if the given data set is… Read More
A line plot is a graphical representation of a series of data. Line plots are widely used in data visualization. In we use ggplot2( )… Read More
A Pie Chart or Circle Chart is a circular statistical graphical technique that divides the circle in numeric proportion to represent data as a part… Read More
ggplot2 is an R Package that is dedicated to Data visualization. ggplot2 Package  Improve the quality and the beauty (aesthetics ) of the graph. By… Read More
Plotting a shaded area between vertical lines means to put a vertical rectangle on a different color plot as compared to the rest of the… Read More
A histogram is a graphical representation that organizes a group of data points into user-specified ranges and an approximate representation of the distribution of numerical… Read More
R supports powerful tools to plot z-score according to a given p-value. Thus, to learn about the z score we should know about the p-value.… Read More
A box plot is a method to represent the group of numerical data in the form of quartiles. The quartiles are the values at a… Read More
A heat map is a graphical representation of data where each data value is represented in terms of color value. Heatmap is created using heatmap()… Read More
A scatter plot uses dots to represent values for two different numeric variables. Scatter plots are used to observe relationships between variables. A linear regression… Read More
A stacked bar chart extends the standard bar chart from looking at numeric values across one categorical variable to two. Each bar in a standard… Read More