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rowplot(x [, graphics keyword phrases]), x a REAL matrix

Keywords: line graphs, interaction graphs
rowplot(x) makes an "interaction" plot of the data in the matrix x.  The
plotting positions are the column numbers and the values in x.  Points
within each row are joined by lines.  Any keywords useable in chplot may
follow x.  Rowplot is implemented as a pre-defined macro.

If option 'dumbplot' has been set False (see options), the plot will be
a low resolution plot unless 'dumb:F' is an argument.

You can use all the usual graphics keywords, including 'title', 'xlab',
'ylab', and 'file'.  See topics 'graphs', 'graph_keys', 'graph_border'
and 'graph_ticks'.

  Cmd> rowplot(run(20)^(.2*run(5)'),\
        title:"X^vector(.2, X^.4, X^.6, X^.8, X)'")

See also topic colplot().

Gary Oehlert 2003-01-15