plot.goodness: Plot method for the goodness function

Description Usage Arguments Details See Also Examples

View source: R/goodness.R

Description

Plot method for the goodness function

Usage

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## S3 method for class 'goodness'
plot(x, check = "", shiny = FALSE, custom = FALSE, ...)

Arguments

x

Return value from goodness

check

Show plots for variable var. "observed" for the observed frequencies table, "expected" for the expected frequencies table (i.e., frequencies that would be expected if the null hypothesis holds), "chi_sq" for the contribution to the overall chi-squared statistic for each cell (i.e., (o - e)^2 / e), and "dev_std" for the standardized differences between the observed and expected frequencies (i.e., (o - e) / sqrt(e))

shiny

Did the function call originate inside a shiny app

custom

Logical (TRUE, FALSE) to indicate if ggplot object (or list of ggplot objects) should be returned. This opion can be used to customize plots (e.g., add a title, change x and y labels, etc.). See examples and http://docs.ggplot2.org/ for options.

...

further arguments passed to or from other methods

Details

See https://radiant-rstats.github.io/docs/basics/goodness for an example in Radiant

See Also

goodness to calculate results

summary.goodness to summarize results

Examples

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result <- goodness("newspaper", "Income")
plot(result, check = c("observed","expected","chi_sq"))
newspaper %>% goodness("Income") %>% plot(c("observed","expected"))

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