View source: R/baggr_compare.R

plot.baggr_compare | R Documentation |

Allows plots that compare multiple baggr models that were passed for comparison purposes to baggr compare or run automatically by baggr_compare

## S3 method for class 'baggr_compare' plot( x, compare = x$compare, style = "areas", grid_models = FALSE, grid_parameters = TRUE, prob = x$prob, hyper = TRUE, transform = NULL, order = F, vline = FALSE, add_values = FALSE, values_digits = 2, values_size = 2, ... )

`x` |
baggr_compare model to plot |

`compare` |
When plotting, choose between comparison of |

`style` |
What kind of plot to display (if |

`grid_models` |
If |

`grid_parameters` |
if |

`prob` |
Width of uncertainty interval (defaults to 95%) |

`hyper` |
Whether to plot pooled treatment effect
in addition to group treatment effects when |

`transform` |
a function (e.g. exp(), log()) to apply to the values of group (and hyper, if hyper=TRUE) effects before plotting |

`order` |
Whether to sort by median treatment effect by group. If yes, medians from the model with largest range of estimates are used for sorting. If not, groups are shown alphabetically. |

`vline` |
logical; show vertical line through 0 in the plot? |

`add_values` |
logical; if TRUE, values will be printed next to the plot, in a style that's similar to what is done for forest plots |

`values_digits` |
number of significant digits to use when printing values, |

`values_size` |
size of font for the values, if |

`...` |
ignored for now, may be used in the future |

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