# ci.plot: Method for plotting qi simulations across a range within a... In Zelig: Everyone's Statistical Software

## Description

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

## Usage

 ```1 2 3 4``` ```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. Setting to 0 or “n” turns off the legend. `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

Zelig documentation built on March 18, 2018, 2:15 p.m.