Description Usage Arguments Details Author(s) See Also Examples
View source: R/diffnetmethods.r
Draws a graph where the coordinates are given by time of adoption, xaxis, and threshold level, yaxis.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21  plot_threshold(graph, expo, ...)
## S3 method for class 'diffnet'
plot_threshold(graph, expo, ...)
## S3 method for class 'array'
plot_threshold(graph, expo, ...)
## Default S3 method:
plot_threshold(graph, expo, toa, include_censored = FALSE,
t0 = min(toa, na.rm = TRUE), attrs = NULL,
undirected = getOption("diffnet.undirected"), no.contemporary = TRUE,
main = "Time of Adoption by\nNetwork Threshold", xlab = "Time",
ylab = "Threshold", vertex.size = "degree", vertex.color = NULL,
vertex.label = "", vertex.label.pos = NULL, vertex.label.cex = 1,
vertex.label.adj = c(0.5, 0.5), vertex.label.color = NULL,
vertex.sides = 40L, vertex.rot = 0, edge.width = 2, edge.color = NULL,
arrow.width = NULL, arrow.length = NULL, arrow.color = NULL,
include.grid = FALSE, vertex.frame.color = NULL, bty = "n",
jitter.factor = c(1, 1), jitter.amount = c(0.25, 0.025), xlim = NULL,
ylim = NULL, edge.curved = NULL, background = NULL, ...)

graph 
A dynamic graph (see 
expo 
n * T matrix. Esposure to the innovation obtained from 
... 
Additional arguments passed to 
toa 
Integer vector of length n with the times of adoption. 
include_censored 
Logical scalar. Passed to 
t0 
Integer scalar. Passed to 
attrs 
Passed to 
undirected 
Logical scalar. When 
no.contemporary 
Logical scalar. When TRUE, edges for vertices with the same

main 
Character scalar. Title of the plot. 
xlab 
Character scalar. xaxis label. 
ylab 
Character scalar. yaxis label. 
vertex.size 
Numeric vector of size n. Relative size of the vertices. 
vertex.color 
Either a vector of size n or a scalar indicating colors of the vertices. 
vertex.label 
Character vector of size n. Labels of the vertices. 
vertex.label.pos 
Integer value to be passed to 
vertex.label.cex 
Either a numeric scalar or vector of size n. Passed to 
vertex.label.adj 
Passed to 
vertex.label.color 
Passed to 
vertex.sides 
Either a vector of size n or a scalar indicating the number of sides of each vertex (see details). 
vertex.rot 
Either a vector of size n or a scalar indicating the rotation in radians of each vertex (see details). 
edge.width 
Numeric. Width of the edges. 
edge.color 
Character. Color of the edges. 
arrow.width 
Numeric value to be passed to 
arrow.length 
Numeric value to be passed to 
arrow.color 
Color. 
include.grid 
Logical. When TRUE, the grid of the graph is drawn. 
vertex.frame.color 
Either a vector of size n or a scalar indicating colors of vertices' borders. 
bty 
See 
jitter.factor 
Numeric vector of size 2 (for x and y) passed to 
jitter.amount 
Numeric vector of size 2 (for x and y) passed to 
xlim 
Passed to 
ylim 
Passed to 
edge.curved 
Logical scalar. When curved, generates curved edges. 
background 
TBD 
When vertex.label=NULL
the function uses vertices ids as labels.
By default vertex.label=""
plots no labels.
Vertices are drawn using an internal function for generating polygons.
Polygons are inscribed in a circle of radius vertex.size
, and can be
rotated using vertex.rot
. The number of sides of each polygon
is set via vertex.sides
.
George G. Vega Yon
Use threshold
to retrieve the corresponding threshold
obtained returned by exposure
.
Other visualizations: dgr
,
diffusionMap
, drawColorKey
,
grid_distribution
,
hazard_rate
, plot_adopters
,
plot_diffnet2
, plot_diffnet
,
plot_infectsuscep
,
rescale_vertex_igraph
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15  # Generating a random graph
set.seed(1234)
n < 6
nper < 5
graph < rgraph_er(n,nper, p=.3, undirected = FALSE)
toa < sample(2000:(2000+nper1), n, TRUE)
adopt < toa_mat(toa)
# Computing exposure
expos < exposure(graph, adopt$cumadopt)
plot_threshold(graph, expos, toa)
# Calculating degree (for sizing the vertices)
plot_threshold(graph, expos, toa, vertex.size = "indegree")

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