superbPlot.halfwidthline: superbPlot 'halfwidthline' layout

Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/functionsPlotting_advanced.R

Description

superbPlot comes with a few built-in templates for making the final plots. All produces ggplot objects that can be further customized. The half-width confidence interval line plot is EXPERIMENTAL. It divides the CI length by two, one thick section and one thin section. The functions, to be "superbPlot-compatible", must have these parameters:

Usage

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superbPlot.halfwidthline(
  summarydata,
  xfactor,
  groupingfactor,
  addfactors,
  rawdata = NULL,
  pointParams = list(),
  lineParams = list(),
  errorbarParams = list(),
  errorbarlightParams = list(),
  facetParams = list(),
  xAsFactor = TRUE
)

Arguments

summarydata

a data.frame with columns "center", "lowerwidth" and "upperwidth" for each level of the factors;

xfactor

a string with the name of the column where the factor going on the horizontal axis is given;

groupingfactor

a string with the name of the column for which the data will be grouped on the plot;

addfactors

a string with up to two additional factors to make the rows and columns panels, in the form "fact1 ~ fact2";

rawdata

always contains "DV" for each participants and each level of the factors

pointParams

(optional) list of graphic directives that are sent to the geom_bar layer

lineParams

(optional) list of graphic directives that are sent to the geom_bar layer

errorbarParams

(optional) list of graphic directives that are sent to the geom_superberrorbar layer

errorbarlightParams

(optional) graphic directives for the second half of the error bar;

facetParams

(optional) list of graphic directives that are sent to the facet_grid layer

xAsFactor

(optional) Boolean to indicate if the factor on the horizontal should continuous or discrete (default is discrete)

Value

a ggplot object

Examples

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# This will make a plot with lines
superbPlot(ToothGrowth, 
   BSFactor = c("dose","supp"), variables = "len",
   plotStyle="halfwidthline" 
)

# if you extract the data with superbData, you can 
# run this layout directly
processedData <- superbData(ToothGrowth, 
   BSFactor = c("dose","supp"), variables = "len"
)

superbPlot.halfwidthline(processedData$summaryStatistic,
   "dose",
   "supp",
   ".~.",
   processedData$rawData)

superb documentation built on June 23, 2021, 9:08 a.m.