reduce.cex: reduce cex

Description Usage Arguments Author(s) Examples

Description

If edges of the text are going out of the plotting region, then decrease cex until it fits. We call calc.boxes inside, so you should set cex before using this.

Usage

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reduce.cex(sides)

Arguments

sides

string: lr (left and right) or tb (top and bottom).

Author(s)

Toby Dylan Hocking

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if(require(lars) && require(ggplot2)){
  data(diabetes,package="lars",envir=environment())
  X <- diabetes$x
  colnames(X) <- paste(colnames(X), colnames(X))
  fit <- lars(X,diabetes$y,type="lasso")
  beta <- scale(coef(fit),FALSE,1/fit$normx)
  arclength <- rowSums(abs(beta))
  path.list <- list()
  for(variable in colnames(beta)){
    standardized.coef <- beta[, variable]
    path.list[[variable]] <-
      data.frame(step=seq_along(standardized.coef),
                 arclength,
                 variable,
                 standardized.coef)
  }
  path <- do.call(rbind, path.list)
  p <- ggplot(path,aes(arclength,standardized.coef,colour=variable))+
    geom_line(aes(group=variable))
  ## the legend isn't very helpful.
  print(p)
  ## add direct labels at the end of the lines.
  direct.label(p, "last.points")
  ## on my screen, some of the labels go off the end, so we can use
  ## this Positioning Method to reduce the text size until the labels
  ## are on the plot.
  direct.label(p, list("last.points",reduce.cex("lr")))
  ## the default direct labels for lineplots are similar.
  direct.label(p)
}

directlabels documentation built on Jan. 16, 2021, 5:05 p.m.