Recently when writing a course report, I encountered a tricky problem in R programming: how can I include the legends while making sure that they don’t overlay the plots?
This is easy to tackle in Python, but for the default plotting function in R I did struggle for quite a while.
# `percentage.table()` is a function defined by me. # `f` is a vector of all classes and `len` is the length of `f`. barplot(percentage.table(clusters),col=heat.colors(len), legend.text=f, args.legend=list(x="topright", inset=c(-.2,0), xpd=T, fill=heat.colors(len), bty="n")) title("Barchart of Clusters")
Based on such constructions you can get plots like this:
I hope this helps if you have the same question:)