plot.combined_global_envelope | R Documentation |

This function provides plots for combined global envelopes.

## S3 method for class 'combined_global_envelope' plot( x, labels, scales, sign.col = "red", ncol = 2 + 1 * (length(x) == 3), digits = 3, level = 1, ... )

`x` |
An 'combined_global_envelope' object |

`labels` |
A character vector of suitable length.
If |

`scales` |
See |

`sign.col` |
The color for the observed curve when outside the global envelope
(significant regions). Default to "red". Setting the color to |

`ncol` |
The maximum number of columns for the figures. Default 2 or 3, if the length of x equals 3. (Relates to the number of curve_sets that have been combined.) |

`digits` |
The number of digits used for printing the p-value or p-interval in the default main. |

`level` |
1 or 2. In the case of two-step combined tests (with several test functions), two different plots are available: 1 for plotting the combined global envelopes (default and most often wanted) or 2 for plotting the second level test result. |

`...` |
Ignored. |

Plotting method for the class 'combined_global_envelope', i.e. combined envelopes for 1d functions.

`central_region`

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