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

Functions for visualizing the output from `bmonomvn`

,
particularly the posterior standard deviation estimates of the mean
vector and covariance matrix, and samples from the solution to a
Quadratic Program

1 2 3 |

`x` |
a |

`which` |
determines the parameter whose standard deviation
to be visualized: the mean vector ( |

`xaxis` |
indicates how x-axis (or x- and y-axis in the case
of |

`main` |
optional text to be added to the main title of the plots;
the default of |

`uselog` |
a logical which, when |

`...` |
passed to |

Currently, this function only provides a visualization of the
posterior standard deviation estimates of the parameters, and
the distributions of samples from the posterior of the solution
to a specified Quadratic Program. Therefore
it only works on the output from `bmonomvn`

All types of visualization (specified by `which`

) are presented
in the order of the number of missing entries in the columns of the
data passed as input to `bmonomvn`

.
In the case of `which = "mu"`

this means that y-values are presented in the order `x$o`

, where
the x-axis is either `1:length(x$o)`

in the case of
`xaxis = "index"`

, or `x$na[x$o]`

in the case of ```
xaxis
= "numna"
```

. When `which = "S"`

is given the resulting
`image`

plot is likewise ordered by `x$o`

where the
x- and y-axis are as above, except that in the case
where `xaxis = "numna"`

the repeated counts of `NA`

s are
are adjusted by small increments so that x and y arguments to
`image`

are distinct. Since a `boxplot`

is
used when `which = "QP"`

it may be that `xaxis = "index"`

is preferred

The only output of this function is beautiful plots

Robert B. Gramacy rbg@vt.edu

http://bobby.gramacy.com/r_packages/monomvn

`bmonomvn`

, `print.monomvn`

,
`summary.monomvn`

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