## What are the types of plots in R?

The most commonly used graphs in the R language are scattered plots, box plots, line graphs, pie charts, histograms, and bar charts. R graphs support both two dimensional and three-dimensional plots for exploratory data analysis.

**What are R plots?**

The plot() function is used to draw points (markers) in a diagram. The function takes parameters for specifying points in the diagram.

### What does Type L means in R?

The selection of the type will depend on the data you are plotting.

Plot type | Description |
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l | Line plot |

b | Both (points and line) |

o | Both (overplotted) |

s | Stairs plot |

**What is XLIM and YLIM in R?**

You can use the xlim() and ylim() functions to set the x-axis limits and y-axis limits of plots in R.

#### What are the types of plots?

7 Types of Plots

- Tragedy. In a tragedy, your main character should undergo a major change of fortune — almost always from good to bad, happy to sad.
- Comedy.
- Hero’s Journey.
- Rags to Riches.
- Rebirth.
- Overcoming the Monster.
- Voyage and Return.

**What is scatter plot in R?**

A “scatter plot” is a type of plot used to display the relationship between two numerical variables, and plots one dot for each observation. It needs two vectors of same length, one for the x-axis (horizontal) and one for the y-axis (vertical):

## What is PCH in R plot?

The pch stands for plot character. The pch contains numeric values rangers from 0 to 25 or character symbols (“+”, “.”, “;”, etc.) specifying in symbols (or shapes). The pch is the standard argument to set the character plotted in several R functions.

**What is Plotly used for?**

Plotly is an open-source library that provides a list of chart types as well as tools with callbacks to make a dashboard. The charts which I have embedded here are all made in chart studio of plotly. It helps to embed charts easily anywhere you want.

### What is type in plot function in R?

It can be used to create basic graphs. A simplified format of the function is plot(x, y, type=”p”) x and y: the coordinates of points to plot. type : the type of graph to create; Possible values are : type=“p”: for points (by default)

**Why does R use L for integer?**

Because R handles complex numbers which may be specified using the suffix “i” and this would be too simillar to “I” Because R’s integers are 32-bit long integers and “L” therefore appears to be sensible shorthand for referring to this data type.

#### What does Cex mean in R?

Text and Symbol Size

option | description |
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cex | number indicating the amount by which plotting text and symbols should be scaled relative to the default. 1=default, 1.5 is 50% larger, 0.5 is 50% smaller, etc. |

cex.axis | magnification of axis annotation relative to cex |

cex.lab | magnification of x and y labels relative to cex |

**What does XLIM mean R?**

xlim(x) is just a shortcut for scale_x_continuous(limits = x) so if you want to set both limits and expansion you need. scale_x_continuous(expand=c(0,0), limits = x)