Exercise

# Two time series grouped or stacked

In the first chapter, you learned how to use `axis()`

to plot two lines on the same graphic with different Y scales. Should you want to compare them, however, you may find other kind of graphs to be more insightful. One solution is to plot both time series as barcharts. There are two types:

**Grouped barchart**: for a single period, there are as many bars as time series**Stacked bar chart**: for each period, there is a single bar, and each time series is represented by a portion of the bar proportional to the value of the time series at this date (i.e. the total at each period adds up to 100%)

You are provided with a dataset (`portfolio`

) containing the weigths of stocks A (`stocka`

) and B (`stockb`

) in your portfolio for each month in 2016. You will use the `barplot()`

function to create both types of charts.

Instructions

**100 XP**

- Plot a stacked barplot for
`stocka`

and`stockb`

. - Plot a grouped barplot for
`stocka`

and`stockb`

by setting`beside`

equal to`TRUE`

.