Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) Examples

The function plot can visualise different features of an ord object by adjusting the argument "feature". By default, a barplot of the variance explained by the axes of the RLQ is plotted (see arguments).

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`x` |
An object of class ord that shall be visualised by ordination. |

`feature` |
Defines which features of the object shall be visualised: "columns L","rows L", "columns R" and "columns Q" visualise the respective variables as oridnation, "variance" shows a barplot of the variance explained by the axes, "correlation circle R" and "correlation circle Q" visualise the projection of the original space into the ordination space. |

`xaxis, yaxis` |
Define which axes of ordination shall be shown by x- and y-axis, respectively. |

`cex` |
Defines size of covariate text. |

`range` |
The range of the axes can be extended or reduced, e.g. for the case that not all covariates are visible in the default setting. |

`...` |
More plotting parameters can be added. |

Plot of RLQ.

Lara Urban

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