Description Usage Arguments Details Author(s) See Also Examples
Plot clusterspecific median trajectory for one or all clusters provided by a traj
object.
1 2  plotMedTraj(x, clust.num = NULL, plot.percentile = TRUE, low.percentile = 0.10,
high.percentile = 0.90, ...)

x 

clust.num 
Integer indicating the cluster number to plot. 
plot.percentile 
Value indicating if the function should plot percentiles. Defaults to 
low.percentile 
Value of the lower percentile to be plotted. Must be between 0 and 1. Defaults to 0.1. 
high.percentile 
Value of the high percentile to be plotted. Must be between 0 and 1. Defaults to 0.9. 
... 
Extra parameters used in the 
The function plots cluster specific median trajectory calculated at each time point, in addition to 10th and 90th percentiles. By setting the clust.num
argument to an integer corresponding to a cluster number, one can plot the median trajectory of that cluster only. Any other plotting arguments can be added to the function.
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Dan Vatnik, MariePierre Sylvestre
dan.vatnik@gmail.com
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12  # Setup data and time
data = example.data$data
time = example.data$time
# Run step1measures, step2factors and step3clusters with
# a predetermined number of clusters
s1 = step1measures(data,time, ID=TRUE)
s2 = step2factors(s1)
s3.4clusters = step3clusters(s2, nclust = 4)
# Plot median trajectories
plotMedTraj(s3.4clusters)

[1] "Correlation of m5 and m6 : 1"
[1] "Correlation of m12 and m13 : 1"
[1] "Correlation of m17 and m18 : 0.999"
[1] "m6 is removed because it is perfectly correlated with m5"
[2] "m13 is removed because it is perfectly correlated with m12"
[1] "Computing reduced correlation evalues..."
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