You can plot error bars (or any other high/low oriented data) along with a series by simply specifying the lower, value, and upper series together in the dySeries name parameter. For example:

hw <- HoltWinters(ldeaths)
p <- predict(hw, n.ahead = 72, prediction.interval = TRUE)

dygraph(p, main = "Predicted Lung Deaths (UK)") %>%
  dySeries(c("lwr", "fit", "upr"), label = "Deaths")

Here’s how you would plot the actual and predicted series on the same graph:

hw <- HoltWinters(ldeaths)
p <- predict(hw, n.ahead = 36, prediction.interval = TRUE)
all <- cbind(ldeaths, p)

dygraph(all, "Deaths from Lung Disease (UK)") %>%
  dySeries("ldeaths", label = "Actual") %>%
  dySeries(c("p.lwr", "", "p.upr"), label = "Predicted")

Finally, here’s an example that plots multiple series each of which have upper and lower bars:

getSymbols(c("MSFT", "HPQ"), from = "2014-06-01", auto.assign=TRUE)
## [1] "MSFT" "HPQ"
stocks <- cbind(MSFT[,2:4], HPQ[,2:4])
dygraph(stocks, main = "Microsoft and HP Share Prices") %>% 
  dySeries(c("MSFT.Low", "MSFT.Close", "MSFT.High"), label = "MSFT") %>%
  dySeries(c("HPQ.Low", "HPQ.Close", "HPQ.High"), label = "HPQ")
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