The package docs seem to provide your answer -- you just need to read them
See the "what" argument of ?beanplot.
Setting the first entry of the vector to 0 would seem to suppress the
Apologies if I've misread/misinterpreted.
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On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 10:31 AM, Samuel Knapp <samuel.kn...@tum.de> wrote:
> I would like to use the beanplot() function from the beanplot package.
> Unfortunately, I can't find out how to suppress the dashed horizontal line,
> that shows the overall mean.
> In the help I've found the argument "overallline", but it only allows for
> "mean" or "median" .
> I have tried overallline = F, overallline="n", and overallline="", but
> without success.
> Strangely, I could also not find any suggestions on the internet.
> Does anybody know how to do this?
> ## Example code using the dataset InsectSprays from datasets package
> beanplot(count ~ spray, data = InsectSprays)
> # How to remove the dashed horizonal line?
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