What is the use of type = "h" in base R for plotting a graph?

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The type = "h" is a graphing argument in base R which is generally used inside a plot function. It helps to generate the vertical lines in the R environment instead of points. For example, if we want to plot values from 1 to 10 then type = "h" will plot the vertical lines starting from X-axis and the upper end of the lines will represent the actual value.

Example1

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> plot(1:10,type="h")

Output:

Example2

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> plot(rnorm(10),type="h")

Output:

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Updated on 06-Nov-2020 11:40:18

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