Description Usage Arguments Details Author(s) See Also Examples

Realise the optimised variables graph

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`res` |
an object of class PCA or MCA. |

`file` |
the file path where to write the description in Rmarkdown language. If not specified, the description is written in the console. |

`dim` |
a 2 dimensional numerical vector giving the factorial dimensions to use for the representation (by default the first plane). |

`Vselec` |
the variables to select ; see the details section. |

`Vcoef` |
a numerical coefficient to adjust the variables selection rule ; see the details section. |

`figure.title` |
the text label to add before graph title. |

`graph` |
a boolean : if |

`cex` |
an optional argument for the generic plot functions, used to adjust the size of the elements plotted. |

`options` |
a character string that gives the output options fir the figures.
If NULL, |

The `Vselec`

argument is used in order to select a part of the variables that are drawn and described. For example, you can use either :

- `Vselec = 1:5`

then the variables numbered 1 to 5 are drawn.

- `Vselec = c("name1","name5")`

then the variables named `name1`

and `name5`

are drawn.

- `Vselec = "contrib 10"`

then the 10 active or illustrative variables that have the highest contribution on the 2 dimensions of the plane are drawn.

- `Vselec = "contrib"`

then the optimal number of active or illustrative variables that have the highest contribution on the 2 dimensions of the plane are drawn.

- `Vselec = "cos2 5"`

then the 5 active or illustrative variables that have the highest cos2 on the 2 dimensions of the plane are drawn.

- `Vselec = "cos2 0.8"`

then the active or illustrative variables that have a `cos2`

higher to `0.8`

on the plane are drawn.

- `Vselec = "cos2"`

then the optimal number of active or illustrative variables that have the highest cos2 on the 2 dimensions of the plane are drawn.

The `Vcoef`

argument is used in order to adjust the selection of the variables when based on `Vselec = "contrib"`

or `Vselec = "cos2"`

. For example :

- if `Vcoef = 2`

, the threshold is 2 times higher, and thus 2 times more restrictive.

- if `Vcoef = 0.5`

, the threshold is 2 times lower, and thus 2 times less restrictive.

Simon Thuleau and Francois Husson

`factoGraph`

, `graphInd`

, `graphHab`

, `graphCA`

, `graphSup`

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```
Loading required package: FactoMineR
```{r, echo = FALSE, fig.align = 'center', fig.height = 3.5, fig.width = 5.5}
drawn <-
c("Points", "400m", "Shot.put", "Discus", "Long.jump", "100m",
"110m.hurdle")
par(mar = c(4.1, 4.1, 1.1, 2.1))
plot.PCA(res, select = drawn, axes = 1:2, choix = 'var', title = '', cex = cex)
```
**Figure - Variables factor map (PCA)**
*The variables in black are considered as active whereas those in blue are illustrative.*
*The labeled variables are those the best shown on the plane.*
```

FactoInvestigate documentation built on May 5, 2018, 5:04 p.m.

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