Similar to calling ClevelandDotPlot with sort = 0 on a numerical x variable that takes on a discrete set of values.

DiscreteDistribution(frm, xvar, title, ..., stem = TRUE, color = "black")

## Arguments

frm data frame to get values from numeric: name of the variable whose distribution is to be plotted title to place on plot no unnamed argument, added to force named binding of later arguments. if TRUE add whisker/stems to plot color of points and stems

## Examples


frmx = data.frame(x = rbinom(1000, 20, 0.5))
WVPlots::DiscreteDistribution(frmx, "x","Discrete example")