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Plot the results of a fitted rgcca_bootstrap object. Each block variable is shown along with its associated bootstrap confidence interval and stars reflecting the p-value of assigning a strictly positive or negative weight to this block variable.

## S3 method for class 'bootstrap' plot( x, block = seq_along(x$rgcca$call$blocks), comp = 1, type = "weights", empirical = TRUE, n_mark = 30, display_order = TRUE, show_stars = TRUE, title = NULL, cex = 1, cex_sub = 12 * cex, cex_main = 14 * cex, cex_lab = 12 * cex, cex_point = 3 * cex, colors = NULL, adj.method = "fdr", ... )

`x` |
A fitted rgcca_bootstrap object
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`block` |
A numeric corresponding to the block(s) to plot. |

`comp` |
A numeric vector indicating the component(s) to consider. |

`type` |
Character string indicating the bootstrapped object to plot: block-weight vectors ("weights", default) or block-loading vectors ("loadings"). |

`empirical` |
A logical value indicating if the bootstrap confidence intervals and p-values are derived from the empirical distribution. (defaut: TRUE) |

`n_mark` |
An integer defining the maximum number of variables plotted. |

`display_order` |
A logical value for ordering the variables. If TRUE, variables are ordered from highest to lowest absolute value. If FALSE, the block order is used. Default is TRUE. |

`show_stars` |
A logical for showing significance levels. |

`title` |
A character string giving the title of the plot. |

`cex` |
A numeric defining the size of the objects in the plot. Default is one. |

`cex_sub` |
A numeric defining the font size of the subtitle. Default is 12 * cex. |

`cex_main` |
A numeric defining the font size of the title. Default is 14 * cex. |

`cex_lab` |
A numeric defining the font size of the labels. Default is 12 * cex. |

`cex_point` |
A numeric defining the font size of the points. Default is 3 * cex. |

`colors` |
Colors used in the plots. |

`adj.method` |
Character string indicating the method used to adjust for p-values. It must be a method handled by the p.adjust function. Default is "fdr". |

`...` |
Additional graphical parameters. |

A ggplot2 plot object.

data("Russett") blocks <- list( agriculture = Russett[, seq(3)], industry = Russett[, 4:5], politic = Russett[, 6:11] ) fit.rgcca <- rgcca(blocks, ncomp = 2, method = "rgcca", tau = 1) fit.boot <- rgcca_bootstrap(fit.rgcca, n_boot = 20, n_cores = 1) plot(fit.boot, type = "weight", block = 1, comp = 1)

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