ratio.plot.ade: Ratio plot

Description Usage Arguments Examples

Description

A Plot for varying kinds of estimators with intervals

Usage

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ratio.plot.ade(M, vnames, sectext=NULL,
               main=NULL, xlab=NULL, ylab=NULL, legenlab=NULL, rlab=NULL,
               col=NULL, tcol=NULL, bgcol=NULL, lcol=NULL,
               r=NULL, v=c(0,1), lty=c(1,2), xticks=18,
               hlines=TRUE, legends=TRUE, logaxe=FALSE, wall=0)
               

Arguments

M

A matrix or a list of matrices where first column is the estimated value, second and third are lower and upper interval limits , rows are different values for comparison.

vnames

a vector of character strings with the names for different values (rows)

sectext

a secont text to be placed under the vnames, can be p-values for example

main

an overall title for the plot

xlab

a title for the x axis

ylab

a title for the y axis

legenlab

a vector of character strings with the names for groups in the legend

rlab

a title over the vnames

col

a vector of colors for the intervals in each group

tcol

color of the text in whole plot

bgcol

the background color for plot dekoration

lcol

color for the lines in plot, a vector of colors is possible

r

a value in (0,1), define the right space for labels.

v

the x-value(s) for vertical line(s).

lty

the line type

xticks

the number of ticks on the x axis or a vector of exact ticks

hlines

logical asking whether to draw horizontal grid lines

legends

logical asking whether to draw the legend

logaxe

logical asking whether to use a logarithmic scale on x axis

wall

a number between 0 and 6 for selection the dekoration style of the plot.

Examples

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vnames<-c('Value 1', 'Value 2', 'Value 3', 'Value 4')
x<-abs(rnorm(4))
M1<-cbind(x, x-(x/2), x+(x/2))
x<-abs(rnorm(4))
M2<-cbind(x, x-(x/2), x+(x/2))
x<-abs(rnorm(4))
M3<-cbind(x, x-(x/2), x+(x/2))
ratio.plot.ade(list(M1, M2, M3), vnames=vnames, wall=3,
legenlab=c('group 1', 'group 2', 'group 3'))

epade documentation built on May 2, 2019, 2:06 a.m.