R/plot-pairs.R

Defines functions assetsPairsPlot assetsCorgramPlot assetsCorTestPlot assetsCorImagePlot

Documented in assetsCorgramPlot assetsCorImagePlot assetsCorTestPlot assetsPairsPlot

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# FUNCTION:                   DESCRIPTION:
#  assetsPairsPlot             Displays pairs of scatterplots of assets
#  assetsCorgramPlot           Displays pairwise correlations between assets
#  assetsCorTestPlot           Displays and tests pairwise correlations
#  assetsCorImagePlot          Displays an image plot of a correlations
################################################################################


assetsPairsPlot <-
    function(x, ...)
{
    # A function implemented by Diethelm Wuertz

    # Description:
    #   Displays pairs of scatterplots of individual assets

    # Arguments:
    #   x - a timeSeries object or any other rectangular object
    #       which can be transformed by the function as. matrix
    #       into a numeric matrix.

    # Example:
    #   x = as.timeSeries(data(LPP2005REC))[, 1:6]
    #   assetsPairsPlot(x)

    # FUNCTION:

    # Settings:
    x = as.matrix(x)

    # Pairs Plot:
    # Suppress warnings for tick = 0 in ...
    warn = options()$warn
    options(warn = -1)
    pairs(x, ...)
    options(warn = warn)

    # Return Value:
    invisible()
}


# ------------------------------------------------------------------------------


assetsCorgramPlot <-
    function(x, method = c(  "pie", "shade"), ...)
{
    # A function implemented by Diethelm Wuertz

    # Description:
    #   Displays correlations between assets

    # Arguments:
    #   x - a timeSeries object or any other rectangular object
    #       which can be transformed by the function as. matrix
    #       into a numeric matrix.

    # Example:
    #   x = as.timeSeries(data(LPP2005REC))[, 1:6]
    #   assetsCorgramPlot(x, method = "pie")
    #   assetsCorgramPlot(x, method = "shade")
    #   assetsCorgramPlot(x, method = "hist") # ... has a bug, check

    # FUNCTION:

    # Settings:
    method <<- match.arg(method)
    stopifnot(is.timeSeries(x))
    x = series(x)

    # Internal Function:
    .panel.lower = function(x, y, ...)
    {
        if (method[1] == "pie") {
            .panel.pie(x, y, ...)
            .panel.pts(x, y, ...)
        } else if (method[1] == "shade") {
            .panel.shade(x, y, ...)
            .panel.pts(x, y, ...)
        } else if (method[1] == "hist") {
            .panel.shade(x, y, ...)
            .panel.hist(x, y, ...)
        }
    }
    .panel.upper = function(x, y, ...)
    {
        .panel.ellipse(x, y, ...)
    }

    # Plot Corellogram - Pies and Ellipses:
    pairs(x,
          lower.panel = .panel.lower,
          upper.panel = .panel.upper,
          ...)
    #   .corrgram(x, labels = labels, lower.panel = .panel.lower, 
    #             upper.panel = .panel.upper, text.panel = .panel.txt, 
    #             ...)

    # Return Value:
    invisible()
}


# ------------------------------------------------------------------------------


assetsCorTestPlot <-
    function(x, ...)
{
    # A function implemented by Diethelm Wuertz

    # Description:
    #   Displays and tests pairwise correlations of assets

    # Arguments:
    #   x - a timeSeries object or any other rectangular object
    #       which can be transformed by the function as. matrix
    #       into a numeric matrix.

    # Example:
    #   x = as.timeSeries(data(LPP2005REC))[, 1:6]
    #   assetsCorTestPlot(x)

    # FUNCTION:

    # Settings:
    x = as.matrix(x)

    # Upper Plot Function:
    cortestPanel <-
    function(x, y, cex, col, ...)
    {
        if (missing(col)) col = NULL
        usr = par("usr"); on.exit(par(usr))
        par(usr = c(0, 1, 0, 1))
        r = abs(cor(x, y))
        txt = format(c(r, 0.123456789), digits = 3)[1]
        test = cor.test(x, y)
        Signif = symnum(test$p.value, corr = FALSE, na = FALSE,
            cutpoints = c(0, 0.001, 0.01, 0.05, 0.1, 1),
            symbols = c("*** ", "** ", "* ", ". ", "  "))
        text(0.5, 0.5, txt, cex = 1, col = NULL, ...)
        text(0.8, 0.8, Signif, cex = 1.5, col = col, ...)
    }

    # Lower Plot Function:
    lowessPanel =
    function (x, y, ...)
    {
        points(x, y, ...)
        ok = is.finite(x) & is.finite(y)
        if (any(ok)) lines(lowess(x[ok], y[ok]), col = "brown")
    }

    # Plot:
    pairs(x,
        lower.panel = lowessPanel,
        upper.panel = cortestPanel, ...)

    # Return Value:
    invisible()
}


# ------------------------------------------------------------------------------


assetsCorImagePlot <-
  function(x,
           labels = TRUE,
           show = c("cor", "test"),
           use = c("pearson", "kendall", "spearman"),
           abbreviate = 3, ...)
{
    # A function implemented by Diethelm Wuertz

    # Description:
    #   Creates an image plot of a correlations

    # Arguments:
    #   R - data to be evaluated against its own members

    # Details:
    #   uses relative colors to indicate the strength of the pairwise
    #   correlation.

    # Authors:
    #   Sandrine Dudoit, sandrine@stat.berkeley.edu, from "SMA" library
    #   modified by Peter Carl
    #   extended by Diethelm Wuertz

    # Example:
    #   x = as.timeSeries(data(LPP2005REC))
    #   assetsCorImagePlot(x[,assetsArrange(x, "hclust")], abbreviate = 5)

    # FUNCTION:

    # Settings:
    R = x

    # Match Arguments:
    show = match.arg(show)
    use = match.arg(use)

    # Handle Missing Values:
    R = na.omit(R, ...)

    # Abbreviate Instrument Names:
    Names = colnames(R) = substring(colnames(R), 1, abbreviate)

    # Compute Correlation Matrix:
    R = as.matrix(R)
    n = NCOL(R)
    if (show == "cor") {
        corr <- cor(R, method = use)
        if (show == "test") {
            test = corr*NA
            for ( i in 1:n)
                for (j in 1:n)
                    test[i,j] = cor.test(R[,i], R[,j], method = use)$p.value
        }
    } else if (show == "robust") {
        stop("robust: Not Yet Implemented")
    } else if (show == "shrink") {
        stop("robust: Not Yet Implemented")
    }


    ## compute colors for correlation matrix:
    corrMatrixcolors <- function (ncolors)
      {
        k <- round(ncolors/2)
        r <- c(rep(0, k), seq(0, 1, length = k))
        g <- c(rev(seq(0, 1, length = k)), rep(0, k))
        b <- rep(0, 2 * k)
        res <- (rgb(r,g,b))
        res
      }

    ## Plot Image:
    ncolors <- 10*length(unique(as.vector(corr)))
    image(x = 1:n, y = 1:n, z = corr[, n:1],
          col = corrMatrixcolors(ncolors),
          axes = FALSE, main = "", xlab = "", ylab = "", ...)

    # Add Text Values:
    if (show == "cor") X = t(corr) else X = t(test)
    coord = grid2d(1:n, 1:n)
    for (i in 1:(n*n)) {
        text(coord$x[i], coord$y[n*n+1-i],
            round(X[coord$x[i], coord$y[i]], digits = 2),
            col = "white", cex = 0.7)
    }

    # Add Axis Labels:
    if(labels) {
        axis(2, at = n:1, labels = Names, las = 2)
        axis(1, at = 1:n, labels = Names, las = 2)
        Names = c(
            pearson = "Pearson", kendall = "Kendall", spearman = "Spearman")
        if (show == "test") Test = "Test" else Test = ""
        title(
            main = paste(Names[use], " Correlation ", Test, " Image", sep = ""))
        mText = paste("Method:", show)
        mtext(mText, side = 4, adj = 0, col = "grey", cex = 0.7)
    }

    # Add Box:
    box()

    # Return Value:
    invisible()
}


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