Description
Usage
Arguments
Value
View source: R/plot_funmediation.R
Produces plots from a funmediation object produced by
the funmediation function. These plots will be shown on the default
output device (likely the screen); they can of course be
written to a file instead, by preceding the call to plot
with a call to png(), pdf(), or other R graphic file output functions.
 ## S3 method for class 'funmediation'
(
x,
use_panes = ,
what_plot = ("pfr", "pfrgam", "coefs", "tvem"),
alpha_level = 0.05,
)

x 
The funmediation object to be plotted.

use_panes 
Whether to plot multiple coefficient functions in a single image.

what_plot 
One of "pfr","coefs", or "tvem." These options are as follows:
 pfr
For a "pfr" plot, the functional coefficient for predicting the
outcome, Y, from the mediator, M (conditional on X), is shown.
 pfrgam
Similar to a "pfr" plot, but uses the plot method for
the penalized functional regression results. See the
documentation for pfr() in the refund library and for
plot.gam() in the mgcv library for more information.
 coefs
For a "coefs" plot, the three important functional coefficients
in the model (intercept for predicting M, effect of X on M,
and the effect of M on Y adjusting for X) are plotted one after
another. That is, the plots are shown for the alpha_int_estimate, alpha_X_estimate,
and beta_M_estimate, each as a function of time_grid. Approximate pointwise
95 percent confidence intervals are also shown if possible. If there is only
one dichotomous treatment variable and panes are being used, the lower right
pane will be free, so the indirect effect will be printed there even
though it is a scalar.
 tvem
For a "tvem" plot, the functional coefficients in the TVEM model
predicting M from X are displayed.

alpha_level 
Default is .05 for pointwise 95 percent confidence intervals.

... 
Further arguments currently not supported

This function does not return an object, but is called for its side effect of plotting to the active device.
funmediation documentation built on Dec. 15, 2021, 5:07 p.m.