Acacia and Ants (Graphing)
An experiment in Kenya has been exploring the influence of large herbivores on plants.
Check to see if
ACACIA_DREPANOLOBIUM_SURVEY.txt is in your workspace.
If not, download it.
Read it into R using the following command:
acacia <- read.csv("ACACIA_DREPANOLOBIUM_SURVEY.txt", sep="\t", na.strings = c("dead"))
- Make a scatter plot with
CIRCon the x axis and
AXIS1(the maximum canopy width) on the y axis. Label the x axis “Circumference” and the y axis “Canopy Diameter”.
- The same plot as (1), but with both axes scaled logarithmically (using
- The same plot as (1), but with points colored based on the
ANTcolumn (the species of ant symbiont living with the acacia)
- The same plot as (3)), but instead of different colors show different species of ant (values of
ANT) each in a separate subplot.
- The same plot as (4) but add a simple model of the data by adding