Description Usage Arguments Methods (by class) Examples
This is the standard plotting routine for the results of eot
.
Three panels will be drawn i) the predictor domain, ii) the response
domain, iii) the time series at the identified base point
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9  ## S4 method for signature 'EotMode,ANY'
plot(x, y, pred.prm = "rsq", resp.prm = "r",
show.bp = FALSE, anomalies = TRUE, add.map = TRUE, ts.vec = NULL,
arrange = c("wide", "long"), clr = NULL, locations = FALSE, ...)
## S4 method for signature 'EotStack,ANY'
plot(x, y, pred.prm = "rsq", resp.prm = "r",
show.bp = FALSE, anomalies = TRUE, add.map = TRUE, ts.vec = NULL,
arrange = c("wide", "long"), clr = NULL, locations = FALSE, ...)

x 
either an object of EotMode or EotStack as returned by 
y 
integer or character of the mode to be plotted (e.g. 2 or "mode_2") 
pred.prm 
the parameter of the predictor to be plotted. 
resp.prm 
the parameter of the response to be plotted. 
show.bp 
logical. If 
anomalies 
logical. If 
add.map 
logical. If 
ts.vec 
an (optional) time series vector of the considered EOT calculation to be shown as the xaxis in the time series plot 
arrange 
whether the final plot should be arranged in "wide" or "long" format 
clr 
an (optional) color palette for displaying of the predictor and response fields 
locations 
logical. If x is an EotStack, set this to TRUE to produce a map showing the locations of all modes. Ignored if x is an EotMode 
... 
further arguments to be passed to 
x = EotStack,y = ANY
: EotStack
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30  data(vdendool)
## claculate 2 leading modes
nh_modes < eot(x = vdendool, y = NULL, n = 2,
standardised = FALSE,
verbose = TRUE)
## default settings
plot(nh_modes, y = 1) # is equivalent to
## Not run:
plot(nh_modes[[1]])
plot(nh_modes, y = 2) # shows variance explained by mode 2 only
plot(nh_modes[[2]]) # shows cumulative variance explained by modes 1 & 2
## showing the loction of the mode
plot(nh_modes, y = 1, show.bp = TRUE)
## changing parameters
plot(nh_modes, y = 1, show.bp = TRUE,
pred.prm = "r", resp.prm = "p")
## change plot arrangement
plot(nh_modes, y = 1, show.bp = TRUE, arrange = "long")
## plot locations of all base points
plot(nh_modes, locations = TRUE)
## End(Not run)

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