clustered.dotplots: Display the frequencies of two categories

Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) See Also Examples

View source: R/clustered.dotplots.R

Description

clustered.dotplots displays a contingency table as clusters of symbols on a plot. It expects xgroup and ygroup to contain all or some of the combinations of their unique values. It also expects freq to contain the number of instances of each combination.

Usage

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 clustered.dotplots(xgroup, ygroup, freq, type = "circles",
 main="",xlab="",ylab="",x_las=1,y_las=1,axes=TRUE,size=1,...)

Arguments

xgroup,ygroup

Vectors that specify the two groupings to be displayed (see Details).

freq

The frequencies in the two groupings.

type

The type of symbols to use as "dots".

main,xlab,ylab

As in plot.

x_las,y_las

Orientation of the axis tick labels.

axes

Whether to display axes.

size

Spacing for the clusters.

...

additional arguments passed to "points".

Value

nil

Author(s)

Darshan Baral

See Also

cluster.overplot

Examples

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 df <- structure(list(set = c("09t0101 TJ", "09t0102 MW", "09t0201 EH", 
 "09t0202 NH", "09t0101 TJ", "09t0102 MW", "09t0201 EH", "09t0202 NH", 
 "09t0101 TJ", "09t0102 MW", "09t0201 EH", "09t0202 NH", "09t0101 TJ", 
 "09t0102 MW", "09t0201 EH", "09t0202 NH", "09t0202 NH"), grade = c("1", 
 "1", "1", "1", "2", "2", "2", "2", "3", "3", "3", "3", "4", "4", 
 "4", "4", "5"), freq = c(7, 8, 2, 3, 11, 4, 11, 3, 3, 8, 3, 8, 
 3, 9, 3, 2, 5)), .Names = c("set", "grade", "freq"), row.names = c(NA, 
 17L), class = "data.frame")
 clustered.dotplots(xgroup = df$set, ygroup = df$grade, freq = df$freq)
 clustered.dotplots(xgroup = df$set, ygroup = df$grade, freq = df$freq,
  col = "gray")
 clustered.dotplots(xgroup = df$set, ygroup = df$grade, freq = df$freq,
  type = "points")
 clustered.dotplots(xgroup = df$set, ygroup = df$grade, freq = df$freq,
  type = "points", pch = 19, col = "red")
 # this will cause an error
 # clustered.dotplots(xgroup = mtcars$cyl, ygroup = mtcars$gear,
 #  freq = mtcars$carb)
 # how to fix it
 cumcars<-by(mtcars$carb,list(mtcars$cyl,mtcars$gear),valid.n)
 mtcars2<-data.frame(cyl=NA,gear=NA,carb=NA)
 rownum<-1
 for(cyl in dimnames(cumcars)[[1]]) {
  for(gear in dimnames(cumcars)[[2]]) {
   if(!is.na(cumcars[cyl,gear])) {
    mtcars2[rownum,]<-c(as.numeric(cyl),as.numeric(gear),cumcars[cyl,gear])
    rownum<-rownum+1
   }
  }
 }
 clustered.dotplots(xgroup = mtcars2$cyl, ygroup = mtcars2$gear,
  freq = mtcars2$carb,main="Cars by number of cylinders and gears",
  xlab="Number of cylinders",ylab="Number of gears",type="points",pch=5)

Example output



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