Description Usage Arguments Details Author(s)

Provides several options for displaying the output of `TMC`

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`x` |
An msc object, outputted by |

`sumfun.Index` |
This is the index number of the summary function you wish to plot. Available summary functions are listed in the summary.Functions component of the msc object. |

`fancy` |
If TRUE, will generate a 3-D plot (based on package rgl) of the results. Only works if the objects msc.List component is of length exactly 3. |

`grayscale` |
If true, will make the plots grayscale instead of color. Useful for printing.
Only effective if |

`draw.Grid` |
Draws a grid in the background of each Lattice plot. Only effective
if |

`...` |
Other graphical parameters. |

If, as we recommend, msc.List is of length exactly 3, the plot will display
as a function of 2 independent variables. This is because, although there are technically
3 independent variables (the weights of the 3 distinct MSCs,) they are related by the
equation *weight_1 + weight_2 + weight_3 = 1*. Hence the function is defined only
on the simplex joining the 3 vectors (0,0,1), (0,1,0), (1,0,0), and so may be viewed
as a 2-dimensional set. Thus, in the plot, each corner represents a pure msc, and
the interior of the triangle represents the various convex combinations of them in an
intuitive way.

For an msc.List of length 4, the plot produces a trellis of plots by
conditioning on the weight of the 4th msc. For msc.List length larger than 4, there is no default
plotting method available — instead try using `summary.msc`

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Andrew K. Smith

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