# R subplot() with multiple lines

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`subplot()`

function of the TeachingDemos library for R: I wanted to create a simple embedded chart with multiple lines on it. The trick was to create a simple function that prepares the whole plot and pass it to the `subplot()`

function to execute as shown below:> x <- function() { plot(1:3); lines(3:1) } > x() > plot(1:10) > subplot(x(), 5, 5)

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