Description Arguments Note Author(s) See Also Examples

Visualizes the stoichiometry matrix using standard plot methods. The sign of stoichiometric factors is displayed as upward and downward pointing triangles, optionally colored.

`box` |
A vector of positive integers pointing to a spatial sub-unit of the model. |

`time` |
Time. The value is ignored in the case of autonomous models. |

`cex` |
Character expansion factor. |

`shade` |
Logical. If |

`colPositive` |
Color for positive stoichiometric factors. |

`colNegative` |
Color for negative stoichiometric factors. |

`colGrid` |
Color of a grid (can be identical to background color). |

`colShade` |
Shading color, if used. |

The values of state variables and parameters must have been set using
the `setVars`

and `setPars`

methods. If the
stoichiometric factors are mathematical expressions involving
function references, these functions must be defined in R (even if the
numerical computations are based on generated Fortran code).

See other methods of the `rodeo-class`

or
`stoichiometry`

for computing the stoichiometric factors only.
Alternative options for displaying stoichiometry information are described
in the package vignette.

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