get.plotted.partial.cmas | R Documentation |
Returns a data.frame
where each row contains info about one plotted
partial CMA (partial CMAs make sense only for "complex" CMAs, i.e., per
episode and sliding windows).
get.plotted.partial.cmas( plot.type = c("baseR", "SVG")[1], suppress.warnings = FALSE )
plot.type |
Can be either "baseR" or "SVG" and specifies to which type of plotting the mapping applies. |
suppress.warnings |
Logical, if |
This is intended for advanced users only.
A data.frame
that contains info about:
the patient ID (pid) to which the partial CMA belongs.
the type of partial CMA (see the help for plotting "complex" CMAs).
the corners of the whole area covered by the partial CMA plot given as x.region.start, y.region.start, x.region.end and y.region.end.
for each element of the partial CMA plot, its area as x.partial.start, y.partial.start, x.partial.end and y.partial.end.
Please note that this contains one row per partial CMA element (e.g., if plotting stacked, one row for each rectangle).
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