qat_plot_lim_rule_sigma_1d: Plot a sigma LIM rule result

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

View source: R/qat_plot_lim_rule_sigma_1d.R

Description

A plot of the result of a dynamic lim rule check will be produced.

Usage

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qat_plot_lim_rule_sigma_1d(flagvector, filename, measurement_vector = NULL, 
sigma_factor = NULL, meanofvector = NaN, sdofvector = NULL, measurement_name = "", 
directoryname = "", plotstyle = NULL)

Arguments

flagvector

The resulting flagvector of qat\_analyse\_lim\_rule\_sigma\_1d

filename

Name of the file without extension.

measurement_vector

The measurement vector, which should be plotted

sigma_factor

The sigma factor, which was used, when the test were performed.

meanofvector

The mean of the measurement vector

sdofvector

The standard deviation of the measurement vector

measurement_name

Name of the measurement.

directoryname

Directory, where the resulted file should be stored.

plotstyle

A list with a qat color scheme.

Details

A plot will be produced, which base on the resulting flagvector of qat\_analyse\_lim\_rule\_sigma\_1d. With additional information on the parameters, which were used while performing the test, this function will produce a more detailed plot. When no plotstyle is defined the standard-colorscheme will be used. The resulting plot will be stored in the folder, which is defined by directory under the given filename, with the extension png.

Value

No return value

Author(s)

Andre Duesterhus

See Also

qat_analyse_lim_rule_static_1d,qat_plot_lim_rule_dynamic_1d, qat_plot_lim_rule_sigma_1d

Examples

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vec <- rnorm(1000)
result <- qat_analyse_lim_rule_sigma_1d(vec, 2)
# this example produce a file exampleplot_lim_sig.png in the current directory
qat_plot_lim_rule_sigma_1d(result$flagvector, "exampleplot_lim_sig", measurement_vector=vec, 
sigma_factor=result$sigma_factor, meanofvector=result$meanofvector, sdofvector=result$sdofvector, 
measurement_name="Result of Check")

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