Interval plot

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Description

Create a plot based on a data frame providing endpoints of intervals, colors, line weights etc.

Usage

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  ivplot(X, name = "", file.name="", split = NULL, Intervals = NULL,
xlim, left.margin = 3, x.ticks = NULL, exp.labels = FALSE, xlab = "",
title="", top.axis = FALSE, use_color = TRUE, vline = NULL,
 device = "X11", size = c(297, 210)/25.4/2, font.family = "Courier",
  cex.label=NULL, ...)

Arguments

X

A data frame providing data for creating one interval per row. See details below.

name

Name of file to produce

file.name

Name of file to produce

split

Name of column by which to divide the plot into groups.

Intervals

A list defining what intervals or dots to output per each row.

xlim

Numeric vector of length 2. Limits for the horizontal axis.

left.margin

Scalar. Size of left margin. If labels take too much space, increase this (default is 3)

x.ticks

Numeric vector.

exp.labels

Logical. Use log scale? Then print numeric values at x-ticks in the original (exponentiated) scale

xlab

Character.

title

Character; title.

top.axis

Logical. Print top axis?

use_color

Logical. Use color in plot or black?

vline

Scalar. Plot vertical line (will be plotted before intervals are

device

Character. To which device to output?

size

Numeric vector of length 2. Size of plot: vertical and horizontal sizes in inches.

font.family

Character. Font family (sans (Helvetica), serif (Times), mono (Courier), ...)

cex.label

number, a factor to shrink the 'cex' of the labels, between 0 and 1

...

Other arguments passed to plot

Details

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Value

The file name that was output; as a side effect a plot (a pdf file if device="pdf".)

Author(s)

J Kerman

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