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Draw a scatterplot of age vs. attractiveness, using gender to define the points' colors.(纵横轴以外的变量颜色差别)
R code:> plot(d$age, d$attractive,col = ifelse(d$male, 'blue', 'deeppink'))
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Draw a scatterplot of age vs. attractiveness, usi...
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