plot.tornado: Draws a Tornado chart.

Description Usage Arguments Details Value See Also Examples

View source: R/plot.tornado.R

Description

Draws a Tornado chart as provided by tornado.

Usage

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## S3 method for class 'tornado'
plot(x, which=1, name=NULL, stat=c("median", "mean"), xlab="method",
	  ylab="", ...)
## S3 method for class 'tornadounc'
plot(x, which=1, stat="median", name=NULL, xlab="method", ylab="", ...)

Arguments

x

A tornado object or a tornadounc object.

which

Which output to print -for multivariates output-.

name

Vector of name of input variables. If NULL, the name will be given from the name of the elements.

stat

The name of the statistics of the output to be considered. For a tornado object: "median" or "mean". For a tornadounc object: the value should match one row name of the tornadounc object. Alternatively, for a tornadounc object, the number of the row may be used.

xlab

Label of the x axis. if "method", use the correlation method used in the tornado object.

ylab

Label of the y axis.

...

Further arguments to be passed to the plot function.

Details

A point is drawn at the estimate and the segment reflects the uncertainty around this estimate.

Value

NULL

See Also

tornado

Examples

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data(ec)
x <- evalmcmod(ec$modEC2, nsv=100, nsu=100, seed=666)
tor <- tornado(x, 7)
plot(tor)

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