Draw a three-part plot summarizing the corneal topography analysis, based on the Placido irregularity indices calculated by the function computePlacidoIndices
A dataset of results as given by the function computePlacidoIndices or analyzeFile.
An optional character argument, with the file name used to read the data (by default,
This function draws a 3-column plot, with the corneal topography in
dataset plotted on the left,
the value of index GLPI taken from
PlacidoIndices on the middle, and a boxplot of some of the
Placido indices on the right (with the values of PI_1, PI_2, PI_3 and SL) taken from
For the two latter columns, the ranges of values that should be considered normal, suspect or irregular have been depicted with different colors (green, orange and red respectively). The thresholds for these divisions are 30 (between normal (green) and suspect (orange) zones) and 70 (between suspect (orange) and irregular (red) zones).
The scales for these two plots are in general different, as GLPI ranges from 0 to 100, whereas the primary Placido irregularity indices range from 0 to 150 by default.
Consult more information about the use of
rPACI, including the available plots,
vignette("packageUsage", package = "rPACI"),
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