Hello,

I'm trying to restrict my x axis to cut off points so the graph ends where the region of significance ends (see blue arrows in screenshot). I'm using a ggplot. What syntax could I add to restrict the x axis to these points. Thanks.

Hello,

I'm trying to restrict my x axis to cut off points so the graph ends where the region of significance ends (see blue arrows in screenshot). I'm using a ggplot. What syntax could I add to restrict the x axis to these points. Thanks.

Could you please refer to FAQ: How to do a minimal reproducible example ( reprex ) for beginners

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My code involves transporting data from MPlus to R and then plotting. I don't see how I could do this with a minimal reproducible example.

Follow these links and you will be able to post a reproducible example.

Also here https://reprex.tidyverse.org/

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ggplot2 has good documentation here if you haven't seen it:

You could control the range of plotting to end exactly at the edge of your plotted data either using `scale_x_continuous(expand = expansion(mult = 0))`

or `coord_cartesian(expand = FALSE)`

. I think in the latter case it would also eliminate any padding on the y axis, which might not be what you want.

interesting I'll try this

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