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Example: Beeswarm plot in R

library(foreign)

data <- read.dta("C:/Users/hellmund/Documents/MyStataDataFile.dta")

names(data)

install.packages('beeswarm')

library(beeswarm)

levels(data$group)

png(file="C:/Users/hellmund/Documents/il6.png", bg="transparent")

beeswarm(data$il6~data$group,data=data, method=c("swarm"),pch=16,pwcol=data$Gender,xlab='',ylab='il6',ylim=c(0,20))

legend('topright',legend=levels(data$Gender),title='Gender',pch=16,col=2:1)

boxplot(data$il6~data$group, data=data, add = T, names = c("","",""), col="#0000ff22")

dev.off()

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