R/plot_miHMM.R

Defines functions plot.miHMM

Documented in plot.miHMM

#' Plot \code{miHMM}
#'
#' For multiple imputation analyses, plot the pooled data stream densities over histograms of the data, probability distribution parameters and transition probabilities
#' as functions of the covariates, and maps of the animals' tracks colored by the decoded states.
#'
#' @method plot miHMM
#'
#' @param x Object \code{miHMM} (as returned by \code{\link{MIfitHMM}})
#' @param animals Vector of indices or IDs of animals for which information will be plotted.
#' Default: \code{NULL} ; all animals are plotted.
#' @param covs Data frame consisting of a single row indicating the covariate values to be used in plots. If none are specified, the means of any covariates appearing in the model are used (unless covariate is a factor, in which case the first factor appearing in the data is used).
#' @param ask If \code{TRUE}, the execution pauses between each plot.
#' @param breaks Histogram parameter. See \code{hist} documentation.
#' @param hist.ylim Parameter \code{ylim} for the step length histograms.
#' See \code{hist} documentation. Default: \code{NULL} ; the function sets default values.
#' @param sepAnimals If \code{TRUE}, the data is split by individuals in the histograms.
#' Default: \code{FALSE}.
#' @param sepStates If \code{TRUE}, the data is split by states in the histograms.
#' Default: \code{FALSE}.
#' @param col Vector or colors for the states (one color per state).
#' @param cumul	If TRUE, the sum of weighted densities is plotted (default).
#' @param plotTracks If TRUE, the Viterbi-decoded tracks are plotted (default).
#' @param plotCI Logical indicating whether to include confidence intervals in natural parameter plots (default: FALSE)
#' @param alpha Significance level of the confidence intervals (if \code{plotCI=TRUE}). Default: 0.95 (i.e. 95\% CIs).
#' @param plotStationary Logical indicating whether to plot the stationary state probabilities as a function of any covariates (default: FALSE)
#' @param plotEllipse Logical indicating whether to plot error ellipses around imputed location means. Default: TRUE.
#' @param ... Additional arguments passed to \code{graphics::plot} and \code{graphics::hist} functions. These can currently include \code{asp}, \code{cex}, \code{cex.axis}, \code{cex.lab}, \code{cex.legend}, \code{cex.main}, \code{legend.pos}, and \code{lwd}. See \code{\link[graphics]{par}}. \code{legend.pos} can be a single keyword from the list ``bottomright'', ``bottom'', ``bottomleft'', ``left'', ``topleft'', ``top'', ``topright'', ``right'', and ``center''. Note that \code{asp} and \code{cex} only apply to plots of animal tracks. 
#'
#' @details The state-dependent densities are weighted by the frequency of each state in the most
#' probable state sequence (decoded with the function \code{\link{viterbi}} for each imputation). For example, if the
#' most probable state sequence indicates that one third of observations correspond to the first
#' state, and two thirds to the second state, the plots of the densities in the first state are
#' weighted by a factor 1/3, and in the second state by a factor 2/3.
#'
#' @examples
#' \dontshow{
#' set.seed(3,kind="Mersenne-Twister",normal.kind="Inversion")
#' }
#' \dontrun{
#' # Extract data from miExample
#' obsData <- miExample$obsData
#' 
#' # error ellipse model
#' err.model <- list(x= ~ ln.sd.x - 1, y =  ~ ln.sd.y - 1, rho =  ~ error.corr)
#' 
#' # Fit crawl to obsData
#' crwOut <- crawlWrap(obsData,theta=c(4,0),fixPar=c(1,1,NA,NA),
#'                     err.model=err.model)
#'                     
#' # Fit four imputations
#' bPar <- miExample$bPar
#' HMMfits <- MIfitHMM(crwOut,nSims=4,poolEstimates=FALSE,
#'                    nbStates=2,dist=list(step="gamma",angle="vm"),
#'                    Par0=bPar$Par,beta0=bPar$beta,
#'                    formula=~cov1+cos(cov2),
#'                    estAngleMean=list(angle=TRUE),
#'                    covNames=c("cov1","cov2"))
#'                    
#' miHMM <- momentuHMM:::miHMM(list(miSum=MIpool(HMMfits),HMMfits=HMMfits))
#' plot(miHMM)
#' }
#' @export

plot.miHMM <- function(x,animals=NULL,covs=NULL,ask=TRUE,breaks="Sturges",hist.ylim=NULL,sepAnimals=FALSE,
                              sepStates=FALSE,col=NULL,cumul=TRUE,plotTracks=TRUE,plotCI=FALSE,alpha=0.95,plotStationary=FALSE,plotEllipse=TRUE,...)
{
  m <- x$miSum # the name "x" is for compatibility with the generic method
  plot(m,animals,covs,ask,breaks,hist.ylim,sepAnimals,
       sepStates,col,cumul,plotTracks,plotCI,alpha,plotStationary,plotEllipse,...)
}

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