Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also Examples

Plots confidence and prediction intervals, corresponding to each component of a Gaussian scalar mixture model.

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`x` |
An object of class |

`cints` |
Logical scalar; should the confidence intervals be plotted? |

`pints` |
Logical scalar; should the prediction intervals be plotted? |

`rugged` |
Logical scalar. Should a “rug” be added to the plot,
displaying the values of the variable to which the model was
fitted? See |

`type` |
Character string specifying whether the intervals plotted should be
two-sided ( |

`...` |
Optional extra arguments for |

This function is a method for plot. Note that a simple plot
of the fit may be produced by calling `plot(object)`

where
`object`

is an object of class `"mixreg"`

and the `x`

argument of this function was produced by applying `cband()`

to this object.

None. This function is called for its side effect of producing a plot.

Rolf Turner r.turner@auckland.ac.nz

`cband()`

, `plot.cband()`

,
`plot.mixreg()`

, `plot.mixresid()`

,
`qqMix()`

, `residuals.mixreg()`

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