R/pairs_plot_if_divergent_transition_occurred.R

Defines functions pairs_plot_if_divergent_transition_occurred

Documented in pairs_plot_if_divergent_transition_occurred

#' @title Pairs plot for divergent transition
#' @description If divergent transition occurs, the author often forget the variable par or pars. So, I made this to avoid such confusion.
#'
 #' @param character.representing.paramter Character, surrounded by "", indicating the paramter of model.
#'@inheritParams DrawCurves_MRMC_pairwise


#' @export
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#' @examples
#' \dontrun{
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#' # Create a fitted model object of class stanfitExtended  inherited from stanfit.
#'
#'  fit <- fit_Bayesian_FROC( ite  = 1111,
#'                            summary = FALSE,
#'                            cha = 1,
#'                            Null.Hypothesis = FALSE,
#'                            dataList = dd )
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#' # Pairs plot to examine the divergent transition.
#'
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#'           # pairs_plot_if_divergent_transition_occurred(fit)
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#' # R CMD check launched error that pkg cannot be found, but it exsits
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#' # to proceed futher steps in R CMD checks, what a lovely, pretty cute R CMD check is!
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#'     Close_all_graphic_devices()
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pairs_plot_if_divergent_transition_occurred <- function(StanS4class, character.representing.paramter = "z"){

  fit <- StanS4class

  fit.stan <-methods::as(fit,"stanfit")
  # grDevices::dev.new()
  graphics::pairs(fit.stan,pars=c(character.representing.paramter))

}

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