plotTertiles | R Documentation |

Displays a horizontal bar for each expert, to represent the expert's plausible range. The coloured sections indicate the experts' tertiles: three intervals judged by the expert to be equally likely. The experts' medians are shown as dashed lines.

plotTertiles( vals, lower, upper, fs = 12, percentages = FALSE, expertnames = NULL, xl = NULL, xlabel = "X" )

`vals` |
a matrix of elicited tertiles and medians: one column per expert, first row is the 33rd percentile, 2nd row is the median, last row is the 66th percentile. |

`lower` |
a vector of lower plausible limits: one per expert |

`upper` |
a vector of upper plausible limits: one per expert |

`fs` |
font size to be used in the plot |

`percentages` |
set to |

`expertnames` |
vector of experts' names |

`xl` |
vector of limits for x-axis |

`xlabel` |
x-axis label |

Jeremy Oakley <j.oakley@sheffield.ac.uk>

## Not run: l <- c(-5, 0, 5, -10) u <- c(15, 35, 50, 35) v <- matrix(c(5, 8, 10, 10, 15, 20, 15, 18, 25, 10, 20, 30), 3, 4) plotTertiles(vals = v, lower = l, upper = u) ## End(Not run)

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