eplot: Plot ellipses for two-dimensional data (DEPRECATED see below)

Description Usage Arguments Author(s) See Also Examples

Description

The function plots ellipses for different categories from two-dimensional data. DEPRECATED as this function does not play well with with the new resultType = "tibble" of get_trackdata(). See https://ips-lmu.github.io/The-EMU-SDMS-Manual/recipe-plottingSnippets.html for an alternative plotting routines using ggplot2.

Usage

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eplot(
  x,
  labs,
  chars,
  formant = FALSE,
  scaling = "linear",
  prob = 0.95,
  nsdev = NULL,
  dopoints = FALSE,
  doellipse = TRUE,
  centroid = FALSE,
  axes = TRUE,
  xlim,
  ylim,
  col = TRUE,
  lty = FALSE,
  lwd = NULL,
  ...
)

Arguments

x

A two-columned matrix of data

labs

An optional vector of labels, parallel to 'data'

chars

An optional vector of labels, parallel to 'data'. If this argument is specified these labels will be plotted rather than the labels in 'labs'.

formant

If TRUE) then the data is negated and the axes are switched so that, for formant data, the plot is made with decreasing F2 on the x-axis and decreasing F1 on the y-axis.

scaling

Either "mel" or "bark" for mel or bark scaling of the data

prob

A single numeric vector greater than zero and less than 1 representing the confidence interval of the ellipse contours. Defaults to 0.95

nsdev

Defines the length of the major and minor axes of the ellipses in terms of the standard deviation of the data and overrides the prob argument.

dopoints

If TRUE) character labels (from 'labs' or 'chars') are plotted for each data point

doellipse

If TRUE, ellipses are drawn on the plot. If FALSE, no ellipses are drawn and, if 'dopoints' is also FALSE, 'centroids' is set to T

centroid

One label for each ellipse is drawn

axes

If TRUE axes are drawn on the plot.

xlim

A vector of two numeric values giving the range of the x-axis.

ylim

A vector of two numeric values giving the range of the y-axis.

col

If colour is TRUE) the ellipses and labels will be plotted in different colours

lty

If linetype is TRUE) the ellipses will be plotted with different linetypes. This is useful for plots that will be printed.

lwd

A code passed to the lwd argument in plotting functions. 'lwd' can be either a single element numeric vector, or its length must be equal to the number of unique types in labs. For example, if lwd=3 and if labs = c("a", "b", "a", "c"), then the output is c(3, 3, 3, 3). Alternatively, if lwd = c(2,3,1), then the output is c(2, 3, 2, 1) for the same example. The default is NULL in which case all lines are drawn with lwd=1

...

graphical options par

Author(s)

Jonathan Harrington, Steve Cassidy

See Also

dcut

Examples

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   data(vowlax)
   data <- cbind(vowlax.df$F1,vowlax.df$F2)
   phonetic = vowlax.l
   word = vowlax.word

   eplot(data, phonetic)
    
  
   eplot(data, phonetic, form=TRUE, main="F1 x F2 plane", centroid=TRUE)
   eplot(data, phonetic, form=TRUE, main="F1 x F2 plane", dopoints=TRUE)
   eplot(data, phonetic, form=TRUE, main="F1 x F2 plane in Bark", 
         dopoints=TRUE, scaling="bark")
   eplot(data, phonetic, form=TRUE, main="F1 x F2 plane in Bark b/w with linetype", 
         col=FALSE, lty=TRUE, dopoints=TRUE, scaling="bark") 
   eplot(data, phonetic, form=TRUE, main="F1 x F2 plane", 
         doellipse=FALSE, dopoints=TRUE)
   eplot(data, phonetic, form=TRUE, dopoints=TRUE, 
         prob=0.5, main="F1 x F2 plane, 50% confidence intervals")
   eplot(data, phonetic, form=TRUE, dopoints=TRUE, 
         nsdev=2, main="F1 x F2 plane, 2 standard deviations")
   

   temp <- phonetic %in% c("a", "O")
   eplot(data[temp,], phonetic[temp], form=TRUE,  main="F1 x F2 [A] and [O] only", centroid=TRUE)
   

   temp <- phonetic=="O"
   eplot(data[temp,], phonetic[temp], word[temp], form=TRUE, 
         dopoints=TRUE, main="[O] only showing word labels")  
      
   

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