Standard plots of fitted curves (objects returned by `fitplc`

, `fitplcs`

, `fitcond`

or `fitconds`

), with plenty of options for customization.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 | ```
## S3 method for class 'plcfit'
plot(x, xlab = NULL, ylab = NULL, ylim = NULL,
pch = 19, plotPx = TRUE, plotci = TRUE, plotdata = TRUE,
plotfit = TRUE, add = FALSE, multiplier = NULL,
px_ci = c("bootstrap", "parametric", "none"),
px_ci_type = c("vertical", "horizontal"), px_ci_label = TRUE,
plotrandom = FALSE, pointcol = "black", linecol = "black",
linetype = 1, linelwd = 1, linecol2 = "blue", pxlinecol = "red",
pxcex = 0.7, citype = c("polygon", "lines"),
cicol = alpha("lightgrey", 0.8), what = c("relk", "PLC", "embol"),
selines = NULL, xaxis = c("positive", "negative"), ...)
## S3 method for class 'manyplcfit'
plot(x, what = c("relk", "embol", "PLC"),
onepanel = FALSE, linecol = NULL, pointcol = NULL, pch = 19,
legend = TRUE, legendwhere = "topright", ...)
``` |

`x` |
A fitted curve returned by |

`xlab, ylab` |
Optionally, X and Y axis labels (if not provided, a default is used). |

`ylim` |
Optionally, Y-axis limits. |

`pch` |
Optionally, the plotting symbol (default = 19, filled circles) |

`plotPx` |
Logical (default TRUE), whether to plot a vertical line for the P50. |

`plotci` |
Logical (default TRUE), whether to plot the confidence interval (if computed with bootci=TRUE). |

`plotdata` |
Logical (default TRUE), whether to add the data to the plot. |

`plotfit` |
Logical (default TRUE), whether to add the fitted curve to the plot. |

`add` |
Logical (default FALSE), whether to add the plot to a current device. This is useful to overlay two plots or curves, for example. |

`multiplier` |
Multiply the scaled data (for plotting). |

`px_ci` |
Option for the confidence interval around Px, either 'parametric' (confidence interval computed with |

`px_ci_type` |
Either 'vertical' (default), or 'horizontal', to plot confidence limits for Px. |

`px_ci_label` |
Logical (default TRUE), whether to write a label next to the CI for Px. |

`plotrandom` |
Logical. If TRUE (the default is FALSE), plots the predictions for the random effects (only if random effects were included in the model fit). |

`pointcol` |
The color(s) of the data points. |

`linecol` |
The color(s) of the fitted curve (or color of the random effects curves if plotrandom=TRUE). |

`linetype` |
Line type for fitted curve (see options for |

`linelwd` |
Width of the line (see options for |

`linecol2` |
The color of the fixed effects curve (if plotrandom=TRUE; otherwise ignored). |

`pxlinecol` |
The color of the lines indicating Px and its confidence interval |

`pxcex` |
Character size for the Px label above the Y-axis. |

`citype` |
Either 'polygon' (default), or 'lines', specifying formatting of the confidence interval in the plot. |

`cicol` |
The color of the confidence interval band (if plotted). |

`what` |
Either 'relk' or 'PLC' (or synonym 'embol'); it will plot either relative conductivity or percent loss conductivity (percent embolism). |

`selines` |
Obsolete; use |

`xaxis` |
Either 'positive' (default), so that water potential is plotted as positive values, or 'negative', plotting negative-valued water potentials. |

`...` |
Further parameters passed to |

`onepanel` |
For plotting of many curve fits, plot all curves in one panel (TRUE) or in separate panels (FALSE) |

`legend` |
(for fitconds and fitplcs only) Logical (default TRUE), whether to include a simple legend when plotting multiple fits |

`legendwhere` |
(for fitconds and fitplcs only) As in |

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