autocorr.iwres: autocorrelation of the individual weighted residuals

Description Usage Arguments Value See Also

View source: R/autocorr.iwres.R


autocorrelation of the individual weighted residuals


autocorr.iwres(object, type = "p", smooth = TRUE, ids = F,
  main = "Default", ...)



An "" object.


1-character string giving the type of plot desired. The following values are possible, for details, see 'plot': '"p"' for points, '"l"' for lines, '"o"' for over-plotted points and lines, '"b"', '"c"') for (empty if '"c"') points joined by lines, '"s"' and '"S"' for stair steps and '"h"' for histogram-like vertical lines. Finally, '"n"' does not produce any points or lines.


A NULL value indicates that no superposed line should be added to the graph. If TRUE then a smooth of the data will be superimposed.


A logical value indicating whether text labels should be used as plotting symbols (the variable used for these symbols indicated by the idlab xpose data variable).


A string giving the plot title or NULL if none.


Other arguments passed to xpose.panel.default.


A Lattice object

See Also

Other specific functions:,, absval.cwres.vs.pred, absval.iwres.cwres.vs.ipred.pred,, absval.iwres.vs.idv,, absval.iwres.vs.ipred, absval.iwres.vs.pred,, absval.wres.vs.idv,, absval.wres.vs.pred, absval_delta_vs_cov_model_comp, addit.gof, autocorr.cwres, autocorr.wres, basic.gof, basic.model.comp,, cat.pc, cov.splom, cwres.dist.hist, cwres.dist.qq, cwres.vs.cov,, cwres.vs.idv,, cwres.vs.pred, cwres_wres_vs_x, dOFV.vs.cov,, dOFV1.vs.dOFV2, data.checkout, dv.preds.vs.idv, dv.vs.idv,,, dv.vs.ipred,,, dv.vs.pred.ipred, dv.vs.pred, gof, ind.plots.cwres.hist, ind.plots.cwres.qq, ind.plots, ipred.vs.idv, iwres.dist.hist, iwres.dist.qq, iwres.vs.idv, kaplan.plot, par_cov_hist, par_cov_qq, parm.vs.cov, parm.vs.parm, pred.vs.idv, ranpar.vs.cov, runsum, wres.dist.hist, wres.dist.qq,, wres.vs.idv,, wres.vs.pred, xpose.VPC.both, xpose.VPC.categorical, xpose.VPC, xpose4-package

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