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December 01, 2009


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It seems crazy not to plot them both on the same diagram, so the fundamental comparison described in the text above ("points ... that exhibit a resurgence of prey with concurrent decrease in predator population") can be made without trying to flip back and forth between two plots that don't fit on the screen together.

It's not like there's so much information in one plot that you can't cope with a second series.

Or at the least, a pair of plots compressed more in the vertical direction, (say via par(mfrow=c(2,1)) ) to make an across-plot comparison simpler.

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