plotFrechet: Unit Fréchet Scatterplot in Log-log Scale

Description Usage Arguments Details Author(s) Examples

View source: R/plotFrechet.R

Description

This function depicts a scatterplot of bivariate data transformed to unit Fréchet scale.

Usage

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plotFrechet(Y, tau = 0.95, raw = TRUE, ...)

Arguments

Y

list with data from which the estimates are to be computed.

tau

value used to threshold the data y; by default treshold = quantile(y, 0.95).

raw

logical; if TRUE, Y will be converted to unit Fréchet scale. If FALSE, Y will be understood as already in unit Fréchet scale.

...

other arguments to be passed to plot.

Details

The solid line corresponds to the boundary threshold in the log-log scale, with both axes being logarithmic.

Author(s)

Miguel de Carvalho

Examples

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## de Carvalho et al (2013, Fig. 5)
data(beatenberg)
plotFrechet(beatenberg, xlab = "Forest Cover", ylab = "Open Field",
            raw = FALSE)

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