plot.altf2: Plots Selected Outcomes from 'altf2' Object.

Description Usage Arguments Details Note Examples

View source: R/plot.altf2.R

Description

The function plots selected outcomes from altf2 object.

Usage

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## S3 method for class 'altf2'
plot(x,non.interactive=NULL, ...)

Arguments

x

an object of altf2 class

non.interactive

optional, logical, indicate whether plots should be made in non-interactive mode, by default non.interactive=FALSE, i.e., the user specifies in the interactive menu which plots will be made

...

not used

Details

After executing the command, the User is asked to choose

1 - for plotting expected coefficients in separate png files, saved in the current working directory, and moreover, to paste them into one big plot (also saved as a png file in the current working directory),

2 - for plotting p-values (averaged over selected models) for t-test of statistical significance for regression coefficients from applied models, in separate png files, saved in the current working directory, and moreover, to paste them into one big plot (also saved as a png file in the current working directory),

3 - for plotting weights of all models used in averaging,

4 - for plotting relative variable importance in separate png files, saved in the current working directory, and moreover, to paste them into one big plot (also saved as a png file in the current working directory),

5 - for plotting expected number of variables (incl. constant) from all models used in averaging.

Chosing 0 exits the plot command.

If non.interactive=TRUE all the above plots are made.

Note

It is suggested to execute graphics.off before exectuing plot command for altf2 object. However, the User should take care to save all other plots before executing this command, as they can be lost.

If graphics.off is not executed before plotting altf2 object, sometimes a legend might cover the important parts of the plot.

Examples

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## Not run: 
wti <- crudeoil[-1,1]
drivers <- (lag(crudeoil[,-1],k=1))[-1,]
a <- altf2(y=wti,x=drivers,av="aic")

plot(a)

## End(Not run)

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