I am plotting a variety of lines for my plot, using ggplot, each with a specified color. I am plotting estimates as a function of Year (so, these are time series data). However, two of the lines that I plotted have overlap for the first 138 years. What I would like to do is shade […]

- Tags -0.005, -0.16, -0.26, -0.29, -42L), "-0.15", [{ color: 'blue' }, ]) structure(list(Year = c(7L, { color: 'green' }], 0 1, 0.002, 0.02, 0.03, 0.05, 0.07, 0.11, 0.17, 0.19, 0.27, 10L), 14L, 167.46, 173.14, 178.21, 178.54, 181.03, 181.54, 183.37, 183.7, 184.26, 184.63), 187.89, 187.96, 188.59, 189.23, 194.36, 197.58, 198.84), 212.71, 21L, 28L, 35L, 3e-04, 49L, 51.42, 51.87, 56L, 57.82, 58.22, 60.28, 60.73), 60.74, 60.94, 61.84, 62.11, 62.21, 62.69), 62.86, 63.86, 63L, 64 * 4, 65.84, 70L, 72.01, 75.7, aes(x = Year)) + geom_line(aes(y = GLocation45), after those 138 years. Would that be possible?, and then let them continue as blue and red, but I haven't come across anything useful that shows how to isolate a section of curves like that. Would that be possible? This is what I ha, class = "data.frame") The objects "GLocation45" and "GLocation85" are the ones overlapping with the same values for the first 138 years (ess, color: "red", each with a specified color. I am plotting estimates as a function of Year (so, GLocation45 = c(180.06, GLocation85 = c(180.06, Glocationco = c(174.58, GScale45 = c(56.83, GScale85 = c(5.68, GScaleco = c(59.2, GShape45 = c(0.004, GShape85 = c(0.004, GShapeco = c(-0.06, I am plotting a variety of lines for my plot, linetype = "twodash") > dput(xcel[1:10, linetype = "twodash") + geom_line(aes(y = GLocation85), linetype = "twodash") + geom_line(aes(y = Glocationco), respectively, row.names = c(NA, so far (which works just fine): library(ggplot2) gg5 <- ggplot(data = xcel, so I would like those sections of the curves to be in black, so the first 22 values of each these objects are identical), the first 22 values correspond to the first 138 years, these are time series data). However, two of the lines that I plotted have overlap for the first 138 years. What I would like to do is shade those first 138 years (corresponding t, using ggplot