plot.corr_coef: Create a correlation heat map

Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) Examples

View source: R/corr_coef.R

Description

Create a correlation heat map for object of class corr_coef

Usage

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## S3 method for class 'corr_coef'
plot(
  x,
  type = "lower",
  diag = FALSE,
  reorder = TRUE,
  signif = "stars",
  caption = TRUE,
  digits.cor = 2,
  digits.pval = 3,
  col.low = "blue",
  col.mid = "white",
  col.high = "red",
  lab.x.position = NULL,
  lab.y.position = NULL,
  legend.position = NULL,
  legend.title = "Pearson's\nCorrelation",
  size.text.cor = 3,
  size.text.signif = 3,
  size.text.lab = 10,
  ...
)

Arguments

x

The data set.

type

The type of heat map to produce. Either lower (default) to produce a lower triangle heat map or upper to produce an upper triangular heat map.

diag

Plot diagonal elements? Defaults to FALSE.

reorder

Reorder the correlation matrix to identify the hidden pattern? Defaults to TRUE.

signif

How to show significant correlations. If "stars" is used (default), stars are used showing the significance at 0.05 (""), 0.01 ("") and 0.001 ("") probability error. If signif = "pval", then the p-values are shown.

caption

Logical. If TRUE (Default) includes a caption with the significance meaning for stars.

digits.cor, digits.pval

The significant digits to show for correlations and p-values, respectively.

col.low, col.mid, col.high

The color for the low (-1), mid(0) and high (1) points in the color key. Defaults to blue, white, and red, respectively.

lab.x.position, lab.y.position

The position of the x and y axis label. Defaults to "bottom" and "right" if type = "lower" or "top" and "left" if type = "upper".

legend.position

The legend position in the plot.

legend.title

The title of the color key. Defaults to "Pearson's Correlation".

size.text.cor

The size of the text for correlation values. Defaults to 3.

size.text.signif

The size of the text for significance values (stars or p-values). Defaults to 3.

size.text.lab

The size of the text for labels. Defaults to 10.

...

Currently not used.

Value

An object of class gg, ggplot

Author(s)

Tiago Olivoto tiagoolivoto@gmail.com

Examples

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library(metan)
# All numeric variables
all <- corr_coef(data_ge2)
plot(all)
plot(all, reorder = FALSE)

# Select variables
sel <- corr_coef(data_ge2, EP, EL, CD, CL)
plot(sel,
     type = "upper",
     reorder = FALSE,
     size.text.lab = 14,
     size.text.plot = 5)

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