Set or Query Parameters of the 'rv' Package

Description

Sets or retrieves parameters of the rv package.

Usage

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Arguments

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arguments in tag = value form, or a list or character vecetor of tagged values. The available tags are described below.

Details

rvcol

color of a random point (interval), such as ‘red’ or ‘blue’

rvlex

middle interval expansion factor

rvlwd

line weight of a random interval

print.digits

number of digits to show in the summaries

rvpoint

what to output when plotting a random point; default list("95%", "50%", "mean")

point.sample

number of points to plot when plotting a rv-rv scatterplot. Default 400.

line.sample

number of lines to draw when plotting a random sample of lines (see abline). Default 20.

summary.dimnames

logical; output dimnames in the summary of an rv object? Default TRUE.

summary.quantiles.numeric

vector of quantiles to compute for the summary of a numeric rv object.

summary.quantiles.integer

vector of quantiles to compute for the summary of an integer-valued rv object. By default contains 0 and 1 (for the min and max values).

Value

In the case of a single tag query, the requested value.

In the case of multiple tag query, a list of requested values.

Author(s)

Jouni Kerman jouni@kerman.com

References

Kerman, J. and Gelman, A. (2007). Manipulating and Summarizing Posterior Simulations Using Random Variable Objects. Statistics and Computing 17:3, 235-244.

See also vignette("rv").

Examples

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  rvpar()$rvcol
  rvpar("rvcol")

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