user6921981 - 1 year ago 66

R Question

I have more than 100 boxplots in one graph, which is hard to read. I want to divide it into 3 to 5 graphs, so it will be easy for people to see each boxplot.

`boxplot(Flanker$TrialSlide_RT ~ Flanker$Subject, main="Boxplot", ylab="Reaction time", xlab="Number of participants", ylim=c(0,1000), las=1)`

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Answer Source

If you subset your original dataframe then you can plot each of them separately.

Lets say you split it every 20th rows. You can plot it using:

```
boxplot(DF[1:20,1]~DF[1:20,2],main="Boxplot 1", ylab="Reaction time",
xlab="Number of participants", ylim=c(0,1000), las=1)
```

Where your dataframe is `"DF"`

and by using `DF[1:20,1]`

you're subsetting the first 20th rows of your dataframe and selecting the first column to plot agains the second column of the first 20th rows (`DF[1:20,2]`

).

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