Plot a graph with pie chart associated with each node
1 2 3 4 5 6  plotPieNet(X, TargetPG, GroupsLab = NULL, Nodes = NULL, Partition = NULL,
TrimmingRadius = Inf, Graph = NULL, LayOut = "nicely",
LayoutIter = 500, TreeRoot = numeric(), RootLevel = numeric(),
distMeth = "manhattan", Main = "", ScaleFunction = sqrt,
NodeSizeMult = 1, ColCat = NULL, Leg.cex = 1, Leg.pos = "bottom",
Leg.horiz = TRUE, Arrow.size = 1, NodeLabels = NULL, LabSize = 1)

X 
numerical 2D matrix, the nbym matrix with the position of n mdimensional points 
TargetPG 
the main principal graph to plot 
GroupsLab 
string factor, a vector indicating the category of each data point 
Nodes 
integer, the vector of nodes to plot. If NULL, all the nodes will be plotted. 
Partition 
A vector associating each point to a node of the ElPiGraph. If NULL (the default), this will be computed 
TrimmingRadius 
numeric, the trimming radius to use when associting points to nodes when Partition = NULL 
Graph 
a igraph object of the ElPiGraph, if NULL (the default) it will be computed by the function 
LayOut 
the global layout of yhe final network. It can be

LayoutIter 
numeric, the number of interation of the layout algorithm 
TreeRoot 
the id of the node to use as the root of the tree when LayOut = 'tree', multiple nodes are allowed. 
RootLevel 
numeric, the level of the root(s) 
distMeth 
the matric used to compute the distance if LayOut = 'mds' 
Main 
string, the title of the plot 
ScaleFunction 
function, a function used to scale the nuumber of points (sqrt by default) 
NodeSizeMult 
integer, an adjustment factor to control the size of the pies 
ColCat 
string vector, a vector of colors to associate to each category 
Leg.cex 
numeric, a value to adjust the size of the legend 
Leg.pos 
character, the position of the legend (see the help of the legend function) 
Leg.horiz 
boolean, should the legend be plotted in horizontal 
Arrow.size 
numeric, the size of the arrow 
NodeLabels 
character vector, the names of the nodes 
LabSize 
numeric, the size of the node labels 
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