 # How to tweak the size of a bivariate distribution in R?

For illustrative purposes, I am trying to draw a small bivariate normal distribution. I would like it to be tight, centered at (3,4;1), and with a radius of 0.5 or less. Below see the code I am using (from this website); I have tried to tweak it in different ways, but the bivariate is always spread out.

``````library(MASS)
N <- 200 # Number of random samples
set.seed(123)
# Parameters
rho <- 0.5
mu1 <- 3.4; s1 <- 1
mu2 <- 1; s2 <- 1

# Parameters for bivariate normal distribution
mu <- c(mu1,mu2) # Mean
sigma <- matrix(c(s1^2, s1*s2*rho, s1*s2*rho, s2^2),
2) # Covariance matrix
X <- mvrnorm(N, mu = mu, Sigma = sigma)
z <- kde2d(X[,1], X[,2], n=50)
plot(X, xlab="X label", ylab="Y label",  xlim=c(2,6), ylim=c(-1,3.5),pch=19, cex=.4)
`````` Created on 2021-01-05 by the reprex package (v0.3.0)

``````mu1 <- 3.4; s1 <- .25
mu2 <- 1; s2 <- .25
``````

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