Description
Usage
Arguments
View source: R/plot.mniptw.R
Plot mniptw
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15  ## S3 method for class 'mniptw'
(
x,
plots = "optimize",
pairwiseMax = ,
figureRows = ,
color = ,
= ,
treatments = ,
singlePlot = ,
multiPage = ,
timePeriods = ,
hline = (0.1, 0.5, 0.8),
)

x 
An iptw object.

plots 
An indicator of which type of plot is desired. The options are

"optimize" or 1 A plot of the balance criteria as a function of the GBM
iteration.

"boxplot" or 2 Boxplots of the propensity scores for the treatment and
control cases

"es" or 3 Plots of the standardized effect size of the pretreatment
variables before and after reweighing

"t" or 4 Plots of the pvalues from tstatistics comparing means of
treated and control subjects for pretreatment variables, before and after
weighting.

"ks" or 5 Plots of the pvalues from KolmogorovSmirnov statistics
comparing distributions of pretreatment variables of treated and control
subjects, before and after weighting.

pairwiseMax 
If FALSE , the plots for the underlying ps fits
will be returned. Otherwise, pairwise maxima will be returned.

figureRows 
The figure rows, passed to displayPlots. Default: NULL .

color 
If color = FALSE , figures will be gray scale. Default: TRUE .

subset 
Used to restrict which of the stop.method s will be used
in the figure. For example subset = c(1,3) would indicate that the
first and third stop.method s (in alphabetical order of those specified
in the original call to iptw ) should be included in the figure.

treatments 
Only applicable when pairwiseMax is FALSE and plots 3, 4, and 5.
If left at NULL , panels for all treatment pairs are created. If one level of the treatment
variable is specified, plots comparing that treatment to all others are produced. If two
levels are specified, a comparison for that single pair is produced.

singlePlot 
For Plot calls that produce multiple plots, specifying an integer value of
singlePlot will return only the corresponding plot. E.g., specifying singlePlot = 2
will return the second plot.

multiPage 
When multiple frames of a figure are produced, multiPage = TRUE will print each
frame on a different page. This is intended for situations where the graphical output is being
saved to a file. Default: FALSE .

timePeriods 
The number of distinct time points. If NULL , this is assumed to be the number
of ps objects (i.e., the number of distinct time points).

hline 
Arguments passed to panel.abline .

... 
Additional arguments.

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