Plots xylophone(s) [essentially vertical histograms] for the input vector(s), provided either as a single vector or list of vectors. Either numeric vectors or character vectors/factors are admissible. If numeric vectors are provided,
cut will be used to aggregate values, whereas if character vectors or factors are provided, each 'level' will get it's own ‘key’. Note, that the height of the plot/length of the level labels may need adjusting to fit. A second vector or list of vectors can be provided as the
rhs argument. If so, ‘split’ xyloplots are created, with the left hand sides corresponding to distributions in
x and right hand sides corresponding to distributions in
rhs. Note that if
rhs is not null, it must have the same class as
x, and if it is a
list, it must be the same length as
x and it's elements must be the same class as those in
Vector or list of vectors to use for creating xyloplots.
Other arguments to be passed to
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xyloplot(rnorm(1000)) xyloplot( x=lapply(1:3, function(mean) rnorm(mean=mean, n=1000)), breaks=20, col=rainbow(3), main="title") xyloplot( replicate(n=5, simplify=FALSE, expr=factor(sample(c(0.01, 0.1, 0.2, 0.25, 0.5, 1), size=10, replace=TRUE))), col=rainbow(5)) xyloplot( sample(c("goldfish","cat","dog","fish","mouse","giraffe"), size=100, replace=TRUE))
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