Description Usage Arguments Author(s) See Also

Plot method for bearing correlograms
For examples, see `eco.correlog`

. It constructs an angular correlogram
for each distance class taken as fixed.

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`x` |
Result of correlogram analysis, with output using angles as independent variables for fixed distances (instead of distances as independent variables) |

`var` |
Individual variable to plot; var is a number between 1 and the number of distance classes indicating the corresponding class (for example, with 5 distance classes, the number 3 indicates the third) To plot multiple variables in a same plot, use only the argument x (see examples) |

`xlabel` |
Label for X axis (default: NULL) |

`ylabel` |
Label for Y axis (default: NULL) |

`title` |
Title of the plot (default: NULL) |

`legend` |
Show legends in ggplot graphs? (default: TRUE) |

`background` |
Background color ("grey" or "white") |

`significant.S` |
With single variables and permutation test: show different colours for significant points? (default: TRUE) |

`xlim` |
X axis limits (as vector: c(min, max); default: NULL) |

`ylim` |
Y axis limits (as vector: c(min, max); default: NULL) |

`interactivePlot` |
Show an interactive plot via plotly? (default: TRUE) |

`alpha` |
significance level for P (or P-adjusted) values (Default alpha = 0.05) |

Leandro Roser [email protected]

EcoGenetics documentation built on June 24, 2018, 5:02 p.m.

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