Rguroo’s data visualization tools make the power of R graphics available by simple point-and-clicks. Rguroo consists of both “Basics” and “Details” menus for each graph type. The “Basics” menus provide a simple to use interface to specify and create graphs quickly. The “Details” menus offer many options for customization of your graphs to their nitty-gritty details.

RGuroo Statistical Software

Factor Level Editor

Rguroo’s Factor Level Editor is a powerful and user-friendly graphical user interface that allows customization of graphs for levels of a factor variable. Customization features include reordering levels, removing a level from an analysis or graph, labeling levels, and as appropriate selecting a color, line types, character types, line width and character size, and setting various technical parameters.

Graph Options

Global Graph options

The “Details” menus for graphs include the following features and more:

  • Customize title by selecting position, colors, and fonts.
  • Customize x- and y- axes labels and tick-labels by selecting font, color, size, and position. Choose axes line types color, thickness, and position. Determine the number of ticks on axes and their scales, as appropriate.
  • Add a customizable legend to your graph at your desired location within or on the margin of a plot.
  • Add a grid of your choice to your plot.
  • Select the image size and image type from a variety of formats including png, jpeg, tiff, tiff, bmp, pdf, postscript, and svg.
  • Customize plot frame, image frame, and plot and image margins.
  • Superimpose your graphs with text, line, and curve.


  • Graph a single categorical variable, two categorical variables, or a combination of categorical variables and numerical variables in a single bar plot.
  • Plot frequency or relative frequency bar plots.
  • Plot side-by-side or stacked bar plots.
  • Customize the bars’ aesthetics by many options available in the “Details” menu.
  • Add confidence bars or error bars of your choice when displaying numerical variables.
  • Add customizable value labels on top of each bar, indicating totals, proportions, or percentages.
  • Remove and/or reorder bars, using the Factor Level Editor.


  • Make boxplot using any combination of numerical variables and categorical variables.
  • Customize components of the boxplot, including the box, median, whisker, staples, and the outliers
  • Identify and annotate outliers.
  • Draw notched boxplots to depict confidence intervals for the median.
  • Remove and/or reorder boxplots, using the Factor Level Editor.
  • Use “sunflower” graph to show multiple outliers at a given point.


  • Plot customizable density, frequency, or a relative frequency histograms.
  • Plot histograms by levels of a factor either as multiple plots or overlaid plots.
  • Place value labels including frequency, proportions, and percentages on top of each bar.
  • Superimpose the graph by density curves and/or bell-shaped curves.

Pie Chart

Pie Charts

  • Plot pie charts, including customizing colors, reordering pie slices, and showing counts and percentages.
  • Plot pie charts by levels of a factor.
  • Add highly customizable legends to your pie charts.


  • Select from a variety of plot characters, and customize their size and colors.
  • Plot scatterplots by levels of a factor and customize plot characters, their size, and color.
  • Superimpose scatterplots by a least squares lines or LOESS curves.
  • Identify outliers by various methods, and identify desired cases on the plot.
  • Remove factor levels and set specific parameter values for each level of a factor, using the Factor Level Editor.

Stem Leaf


  • Plot stem and leaf display of your numerical data with your choice of scale.
  • Plot stem and leaf displays by levels of a factor.
  • Customize font, color, and size of the characters.