Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) References See Also Examples
Produces stacked density plots or highest density region plots for a univariate density conditional on one covariate.
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x 
Output from 
firstvar 
If there is more than one conditioning variable,

mfrow 
If there is more than one conditioning variable, 
plot.fn 
Specifies which plotting function to use: "stacked" results in stacked conditional densities and "hdr" results in highest density regions. 
x.name 
Name of x (conditioning) variable for use on xaxis. 
margin 
Marginal density of conditioning variable. If present, only conditional densities corresponding to nonnegligible marginal densities will be plotted. 
... 
Additional arguments to plot. 
If plot.fn=="stacked"
and there is only one conditioning
variable, the function returns the output from
persp
. If plot.fn=="hdr"
and there is only
one conditioning variable, the function returns the output from
hdr.cde
. When there is more than one conditioning variable,
nothing is returned.
Rob J Hyndman
Hyndman, R.J., Bashtannyk, D.M. and Grunwald, G.K. (1996) "Estimating and visualizing conditional densities". Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics, 5, 315336.
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