Method for plotting qi simulations across a range within a variable, with confidence intervals

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Description

Method for plotting qi simulations across a range within a variable, with confidence intervals

Usage

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ci.plot(obj, qi="ev", var=NULL, ..., main = NULL, sub = 
 NULL, xlab = NULL, ylab = NULL, xlim = NULL, ylim = 
 NULL, legcol="gray20", col=NULL, leg=1, legpos=
 NULL, ci = c(80, 95, 99.9), discont=NULL)

Arguments

obj

A reference class zelig5 object

qi

a character-string specifying the quantity of interest to plot

var

The variable to be used on the x-axis. Default is the variable across all the chosen values with smallest nonzero variance

...

Parameters to be passed to the ‘truehist’ function which is implicitly called for numeric simulations

main

a character-string specifying the main heading of the plot

sub

a character-string specifying the sub heading of the plot

xlab

a character-string specifying the label for the x-axis

ylab

a character-string specifying the label for the y-axis

xlim

Limits to the x-axis

ylim

Limits to the y-axis

legcol

“legend color”, an valid color used for plotting the line colors in the legend

col

a valid vector of colors of at least length 3 to use to color the confidence intervals

leg

“legend position”, an integer from 1 to 4, specifying the position of the legend. 1 to 4 correspond to “SE”, “SW”, “NW”, and “NE” respectively

legpos

“legend type”, exact coordinates and sizes for legend. Overrides argment “leg.type”

ci

vector of length three of confidence interval levels to draw.

discont

optional point of discontinuity along the x-axis at which to interupt the graph

Value

the current graphical parameters. This is subject to change in future implementations of Zelig

Author(s)

James Honaker

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