Description Usage Arguments Details Value

`plot()`

is a generic function used to produce some useful diagnostic plotting of the functions:
`np.boxcoxmix()`

, `optim.boxcox()`

and `tolfind.boxcox()`

.

1 2 |

`x` |
an object for which a plot is desired. |

`plot.opt` |
an integer value between 1 and 8. |

`...` |
additional arguments. |

Plot diagnostics for boxcoxmix functions

The plots to be printed depend on the number given in `plot.opt`

,
for the `np.boxcoxmix()`

, `optim.boxcox()`

and `tolfind.boxcox()`

functions:

`1` |
the disparities with the iteration number against the mass points |

`2` |
the fitted value against the response of the original and the transformed Data. |

`3` |
probability plot of residuals of the original against the transformed data. |

`4` |
individual posterior probabilities. |

`5` |
control charts of residuals of the original against the transformed data. |

`6` |
The histograms of residuals of the original against the transformed data. |

`7` |
works only for the |

`8` |
works only for the |

`9` |
works only for the |

`10` |
works only for the |

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