View source: R/plotBFBayesFactorTop.R
plot.BFBayesFactorTop  R Documentation 
Plot a Bayes factor topdown object
## S3 method for class 'BFBayesFactorTop' plot( x, include1 = TRUE, addDenom = FALSE, sortbf = FALSE, logbase = c("log10", "log2", "ln"), marginExpand = 0.4, pars = NULL, ... )
x 
a BFBayesFactorTop object 
include1 
if 
addDenom 
if 
sortbf 
sort the Bayes factors before plotting them? Defaults to

logbase 
the base of the log Bayes factors in the plot 
marginExpand 
an expansion factor for the left margin, in case more space is needed for model names 
pars 
a list of par() settings 
... 
additional arguments to pass to barplot() 
This function creates a barplot of the (log) Bayes factors in a Bayes factor object. Error bars are added (though in many cases they may be too small to see) in red to show the error in estimation of the Bayes factor. If a red question mark appears next to a bar, then that Bayes factor has no error estimate available.
Richard D. Morey (richarddmorey@gmail.com)
data(puzzles) bfs = anovaBF(RT ~ shape*color + ID, data = puzzles, whichRandom="ID", whichModels='top', progress=FALSE) plot(bfs)
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