[R] evaluating density objects
Hinnerk Boriss
boriss at izbi.uni-leipzig.de
Fri Nov 15 16:56:56 CET 2002
Thanks for all the suggestions!
> dens <- density(...)
> write.table(data.frame(x=dens$x, y=dens$y), "somefile")
>
> I have no idea why anyone would want to plot in gnuplot
> rather than in R,
> and hence don't know what formats gnuplot accepts.
The point is that I want to plot many densities in one graph. I can do
that with R using par(new=T), but I cannot print those graphs.
Thus, I wonder if I could also apply (lapply) density(...) to a vector
of x-values, to get a my different density functions evaluated all at
the same x. Then, I should be able to write a file that looks like:
X dens1(X) dens2(X) ...
Can anyone help?
Cheers,
Hinnerk
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