Description Usage Arguments Details Value Note See Also Examples

Plot `scape`

model predicted numbers at age.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 | ```
plotN(model, what="d", swap=FALSE, years=NULL, ages=NULL, axes=TRUE,
same.limits=TRUE, div=1, log=FALSE, base=10, main="", xlab="",
ylab="", cex.main=1.2, cex.lab=1, cex.axis=0.8, cex.strip=0.8,
col.strip="gray95", strip=strip.custom(bg=col.strip),
las=(what=="b"), tck=c(1,what=="b")/2, tick.number=10, lty.grid=3,
col.grid="white", pch=16, cex.points=1, col.points="black",
ratio.bars=3, col.bars="gray", plot=TRUE, ...)
``` |

`model` |
fitted |

`what` |
what to plot: |

`swap` |
whether to swap ages and years between axes or panels. |

`years` |
vector of numbers indicating which years to plot (all by default). |

`ages` |
vector of numbers indicating which ages to plot (all by default). |

`axes` |
whether to plot axis values. |

`same.limits` |
whether panels should have same y-axis limits. |

`div` |
denominator to shorten values on the y axis. |

`log` |
whether to log-transform values. |

`base` |
logarithm base. |

`main` |
main title. |

`xlab` |
x-axis label. |

`ylab` |
y-axis label. |

`cex.main` |
size of main title. |

`cex.lab` |
size of axis labels. |

`cex.axis` |
size of tick labels. |

`cex.strip` |
size of strip labels. |

`col.strip` |
color of strip labels. |

`strip` |
logical flag (whether to plot strip labels), or a
function passed to |

`las` |
orientation of tick labels: 0=parallel, 1=horizontal, 2=perpendicular, 3=vertical. |

`tck` |
tick mark length. |

`tick.number` |
number of tick marks. |

`lty.grid` |
line type of gridlines. |

`col.grid` |
color of gridlines. |

`pch` |
symbol for points. |

`cex.points` |
size of points. |

`col.points` |
color of points. |

`ratio.bars` |
width of bars. |

`col.bars` |
color of bars. |

`plot` |
whether to draw plot. |

`...` |
passed to |

The `"d"`

[efault] plot is a combination of
`"i"`

[nitial year] and `"r"`

[ecruitment].

When `plot=TRUE`

, a trellis plot is drawn and a data frame is
returned, containing the data used for plotting. When
`plot=FALSE`

, a trellis object is returned.

The `Args`

function from the gdata package is recommended
for reviewing the arguments, instead of `args`

.

`xyplot`

, `panel.xyplot`

,
and `panel.barchart`

are the underlying drawing
functions.

`plotCA`

, `plotCL`

, `plotIndex`

,
and `plotLA`

plot model fit and data.

`plotB`

, `plotN`

, and `plotSel`

plot
derived quantities.

`scape-package`

gives an overview of the package.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 | ```
plotN(x.cod, div=1000, xlab=c("Age (years)","Year"),
ylab="Individuals (million)")
plotN(x.cod, "l", div=1000, xlab="Age", ylab="Individuals (million)")
plotN(x.cod, "r", age=3, div=1000, xlim=c(1967,2002))
plotN(x.cod, "p", div=1000, ages=3:10, xlim=c(2,11), xlab="Age",
ylab="Individuals (million)", cex.strip=0.7, cex.axis=0.7,
tck=0.5)
plotN(x.cod, "b", xlab="Age (years)", ylab="Year", cex.points=0.7)
``` |

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