Workhorse for the biplot printing.

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Description

Prints a bertin to the output device. It uses the R base graphics system and this is very fast. This is useful for working with grids. Not so much for producing high-quality output.

Usage

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bertinBase(nrow, ncol, labels = "", labels.elements = "",
  labels.left = "", labels.right = "", col.text = NA, cex.text = 0.6,
  cex.elements = 0.7, cex.constructs = 0.7, col.fill = grey(0.8),
  border = "white", xlim = c(0, 1), ylim = c(0, 1), margins = c(0, 1,
  1), lheight = 0.75, text.margin = 0.005, elements.offset = c(0.002,
  0.002), id = c(T, T), cc = 0, cr = 0, cc.old = 0, cr.old = 0,
  col.mark.fill = "#FCF5A4", print = TRUE, byrow = FALSE, add = FALSE)

Arguments

margins

Vector of length three (default margins=c(0,1,1)). 1st element denotes the left, 2nd the upper and 3rd the right margin in npc coordinates (i.e. 0 to zero).

add

Logical. Wether to add bertin to existent plot (default is FALSE). If TRUE, plot.new() will not be called par(new=TRUE).

x

repgrid object.

ratings

Vector. rating scores are printed in the cells

trim

Vector (default trim=c(F,F)).If a number the string is trimmed to the given number of characters. If set to TRUE the labels are trimmed to the available space

Value

NULL just for printing.

Author(s)

Mark Heckmann

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