plot.fv_pcf | R Documentation |

Plot method for the class "fv_pcf". Draws a pair correlation function and a pointwise critical envelope if available.

```
## S3 method for class 'fv_pcf'
plot(
x,
xlim = NULL,
ylim = NULL,
xticks = NULL,
yticks = NULL,
xlab = "r",
ylab = "g(r)",
main = NULL,
sub = NULL,
xaxis = TRUE,
yaxis = TRUE,
ann = graphics::par("ann"),
bty = "l",
...
)
```

`x` |
an object of class fv_pcf. |

`xlim` , `ylim` |
the x and y limits of the plot. NULL indicates that the range of the finite values to be plotted should be used. |

`xticks` , `yticks` |
points at which tick-marks are to be drawn. By default (when NULL) tickmark locations are computed |

`xlab` , `ylab` |
a label for the x and y axis, respectively. |

`main` , `sub` |
a main and sub title for the plot, see also |

`xaxis` , `yaxis` |
a logical value or a 1-character string giving the desired type of axis. The following values are possible: "n" or FALSE for no axis, "t" for ticks only, "f" or TRUE for full axis, "o" for full axis in the outer margin. |

`ann` |
a logical value indicating whether the default annotation (title and x and y axis labels) should appear on the plot. |

`bty` |
a character string which determines the type of box which is
drawn about the plotting region, see |

`...` |
additional parameter, currently without effect |

An object of class fv_pcf invisibly.

`pat2dists()`

, `dists2pcf()`

```
# it's advised against setting n_sim < 199
ds <- pat2dists(area=sim_area, pattern=sim_pat_reg, max_dist=25, n_sim=3)
# derive PCF and envelope
pcf <- dists2pcf(ds, r=0.2, r_max=25, stoyan=0.15, n_rank=1)
# a simple plot
plot(x=pcf, xlim=c(0, 20), ylim=c(0, 2.2))
# a panel of four plots
op <- par(mfrow=c(2,2), oma=c(3,3,0,0), mar=c(0,0,2,2),
mgp=c(2,0.5,0), tcl=-0.3)
plot(pcf, xaxis='t', yaxis='o', ann=FALSE)
plot(pcf, xaxis='t', yaxis='t', ann=FALSE)
plot(pcf, xaxis='o', yaxis='o', ann=FALSE)
plot(pcf, xaxis='o', yaxis='t')
par(op)
```

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