plotMedTraj: Plot Median Trajectory of 'traj' Object In traj: Trajectory Analysis

Description

Plot cluster-specific median trajectory for one or all clusters provided by a `traj` object.

Usage

 ```1 2``` ```plotMedTraj(x, clust.num = NULL, plot.percentile = TRUE, low.percentile = 0.10, high.percentile = 0.90, ...) ```

Arguments

 `x` `traj` object. `clust.num` Integer indicating the cluster number to plot.`NULL` to print all clusters. Defaults to `NULL`. `plot.percentile` Value indicating if the function should plot percentiles. Defaults to `TRUE`. `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 `plot` function.

Details

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. <

Author(s)

Dan Vatnik, Marie-Pierre Sylvestre
[email protected]

`plot` `median` `quantile`

Examples

 ``` 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) ```

Example output

```[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 e-values..."
```

traj documentation built on May 29, 2017, 3:50 p.m.