plot.desigh: Plot Design

Description Usage Arguments References See Also Examples

Description

plot.desigh creates a one-dimensional design plot, optionally together with a specified sensitivity curve. If the design space has additional dimensions, the design is projected on a specified margin.

Usage

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## S3 method for class 'desigh'
plot(x, sensx = NULL, sens = NULL, sensTol = NULL, ...,
  margins = NULL, desSens = T, sensPch = "+", sensArgs = list())

Arguments

x

a design.

sensx

(optional) a row matrix of points.

sens

(optional) either a vector of sensitivities or a sensitivity function. The latter shall rely on defaults, see Dsensitivity for details.

sensTol

(optional) a single numeric. Adds a horizontal line at this sensitivity level.

...

other arguments passed to plot.

margins

a vector of indices, the dimensions to project on. Defaults to 1.

desSens

if TRUE and sens is not specified then the sensitivity function which potentially was used in Wynn is taken as sens.

sensPch

either a character vector of point 'characters' to add to the sensitivity curve or NULL.

sensArgs

a list of arguments passed to draw calls related to the sensitivity.

References

uses add.alpha from http://www.magesblog.com/2013/04/how-to-change-alpha-value-of-colours-in.html

See Also

design, Dsensitivity

Examples

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## see examples for param


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