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How to control the number of plotted labels in a ylab index?
I'm currently plotting variables which are indexed with the first 4 letters of the variable's name (e.g. G0023.1, G1221.4, E12345.5, etc.) because I want to keep the names of the variables compact.
I'd like to control the number of plotted variables so that at most 2 are plotted with labels, but the other are just plotted without labels. This way, if there are fewer than two of the variables plotted, one would just get the two labels to its left, but if the number of plotted variables are at least 2, then two labels are plotted to their left.
I could use some code like the following, but I'm not sure how to have this execute automatically for all plotted variables.
Is there a way to have R take the output of a ylabel() function and add it as a new ylabel() function for a group of plotted variables?
Well, you can use the yaxis option axis.labels:
This should plot a simple graph of a line and axis labels containing the values 1, 2, 3,... 10.
But as you said, you want to be able to generate labels for only certain points. In that case I would suggest