Plotting data

#1
Hi,

Suppose i have the following data:

x y z h1 h2 h3 h4 h5 h6 a1 a2 a3 a4
-0.35 0.10 -0.39 -39.99 58.95 -16.96 -12.03 7.63 5.65 -25.03 22.93 80.02 18.04

The first three are coordinates, next h1-h6 are inputs and a1-a4 are outputs.

Mainly i want to plot h1-h6 as one class and a1-a4 as second class.
I have no idea how to do this.
Could you please help me out in how to plot them?

Thank you.
 

bugman

Super Moderator
#2
Are you asking how to do this using R specifically? Or just what sort of plot to use? Need clarification. And please explain your data little more clearly please.
 
#3
Are you asking how to do this using R specifically? Or just what sort of plot to use? Need clarification. And please explain your data little more clearly please.
I specifically want to use R. The data could be divided or merged into two classes. From (h1-h6) as input and (a1-a4) as output. In the input class h1-h6 are sub-classes and similar for output. Now it becomes more complex to see input / output values w.r.t to the first three x,y,z coordinates, in which one coordinate is dynamic and others are static. For the time being if i don't use the first three coordinates then its also fine.

Thank you