Description Usage Arguments Details Value Note Author(s) Examples

It extracts the correlation matrices output by CatDynFit() from several model fits and plots histograms of pairwise correlation coefficients.

1 | ```
CatDynCor(x, ttl, method, arr)
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`x` |
A list of model objects of class catdyn output by CatDynFit(). |

`ttl` |
A character vector to use as title of each histogram. |

`method` |
A character vector of numerical methods to extract correlation matrices. |

`arr` |
A numerical vector of length 2 used to organize the panels containing each histogram. Passed as is to par(). |

The arguments x, ttl, and method must be of the same length.

It might be useful to examine the results of different numerical methods applied to the same model with this function. To do this just repeat the name of the object in x and specify the different numerical methods in method.

A multiple panel correlation plot.

Those histograms that show more correlations concentrated around zero indicate a better fit.

Ruben H. Roa-Ureta (ORCID ID 0000-0002-9620-5224)

1 | ```
#See examples for CatDynFit().
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