Plot method for S-values

Description

Plot methods for objects of the class sValues.

Usage

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## S3 method for class 'sValues'
plot(x, type = "t_s_plot", ...)

Arguments

x

an object of class sValues.

type

the type of the plot. Current options are t_s_plot which returns a scatterplot of s-values vs t-values for all coefficients and beta_plot which returns a plot of the different estimates for the coefficients.

...

aditional arguments to be passed to the plot functions. See details.

Details

Addional arguments:

t_s_plot

  • R2_bounds: a numeric vector of length two specifying which R2 bounds range to plot.

beta_plot

  • variables: a character vector specifying which variables to plot. Default is "all".

  • error_bar: should the error bars be plotted? Default is FALSE.

  • ext_bounds_shades: should shades representing the extreme bounds be plotted? Default is FALSE.

Value

It returns a ggplot object with the requested plot.

Examples

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# growth regressions example
data(economic_growth)
eg_sv <- sValues(GR6096 ~ ., data = economic_growth)
plot(eg_sv, R2_bounds = c(0.5, 1))
plot(eg_sv, R2_bounds = c(0.1, 1))
plot(eg_sv, type = "beta_plot", variable = "OPENDEC1", error_bar = FALSE)
plot(eg_sv, type = "beta_plot", variable = "OPENDEC1", error_bar = TRUE)