Andres Firman

I want to draw a simple polar plot of cos(ang) in R using polar.plot, but the result is a plot with center in (-1) and the resultant plot don't have any sense. For example is not 0 in 90°. How can I solve this problem?

```
library(plotrix)
grados=seq(0,350,by=10)
radian=grados*pi/180
coseno=cos(radian)
polar.plot(coseno,grados,rp.type="p")
```

Marc in the box

I'm not sure that I completely understand your problem, but you should have a look at the help for `radial.plot`

, which explains a lot of the arguments used in `polar.plot`

. In the example below, I add three arguments that may help you set up your plot definitions (`start`

,`radial.lim`

, and `clockwise`

)

```
polar.plot(coseno,grados, rp.type="p", start=90, radial.lim=c(-1,1.5), clockwise=TRUE)
```

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