plot.bcfa: Plotting method for a bcfa object

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Note Author(s) References See Also Examples

View source: R/cfa.r

Description

Plots an object of the class bcfa

Usage

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## S3 method for class 'bcfa'
plot(x,...)

Arguments

x

An object of the class bcfa which is returned by the function boot.cfa()

...

Any arguments to be given to plot

Details

Plots the number of cases considered significant vs. the number of cases considered to be a type (n > expected).

This is in some way like other plots of quality versus quantity.

Configurations can be identified by left-clicking on them until the right mouse button is pressed. The labels of the configurations selected will be displayed in the text window.

Value

Returns a vector of the configurations selected with their name set to the labels

Note

This function is usually invoked plotting an object returned by bcfa

Author(s)

Stefan Funke <[email protected]>

References

None - plots have been rarely used with the CFA

See Also

bcfa

Examples

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# library(cfa) if not yet loaded
# Some random configurations:
configs<-cbind(c("A","B")[rbinom(250,1,0.3)+1],c("C","D")[rbinom(250,1,0.1)+1],
          c("E","F")[rbinom(250,1,0.3)+1],c("G","H")[rbinom(250,1,0.1)+1])
counts<-trunc(runif(250)*10)
plot(bcfa(configs,counts,runs=25))

cfa documentation built on May 30, 2017, 4:59 a.m.