xpose.panel.histogram: Default histogram panel function for Xpose 4

Description Usage Arguments Author(s) See Also

View source: R/xpose.panel.histogram.R

Description

This is the histogram panel function for Xpose 4. This is not intended to be ised outside the xpose.plot.histogram function. Most of the arguments take their default values from xpose.data object but this can be overridden by supplying them as argument to xpose.plot.histogram.

Usage

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xpose.panel.histogram(x, object, breaks = NULL, dens = TRUE,
  hidlty = object@Prefs@Graph.prefs$hidlty,
  hidcol = object@Prefs@Graph.prefs$hidcol,
  hidlwd = object@Prefs@Graph.prefs$hidlwd,
  hiborder = object@Prefs@Graph.prefs$hiborder,
  hilty = object@Prefs@Graph.prefs$hilty,
  hicol = object@Prefs@Graph.prefs$hicol,
  hilwd = object@Prefs@Graph.prefs$hilwd, math.dens = NULL, vline = NULL,
  vllwd = 3, vllty = 1, vlcol = "grey", hline = NULL, hllwd = 3,
  hllty = 1, hlcol = "grey", bins.per.panel.equal = TRUE,
  showMean = FALSE, meanllwd = 3, meanllty = 1, meanlcol = "orange",
  showMedian = FALSE, medianllwd = 3, medianllty = 1,
  medianlcol = "black", showPCTS = FALSE, PCTS = c(0.025, 0.975),
  PCTSllwd = 2, PCTSllty = hidlty, PCTSlcol = "black", vdline = NULL,
  vdllwd = 3, vdllty = 1, vdlcol = "red", ..., groups)

Arguments

x

Name(s) of the x-variable.

object

An xpose.data object.

breaks

The breakpoints for the histogram.

dens

Density plot on top of histogram?

hidlty

Density line type.

hidcol

Color of density line.

hidlwd

Width of density line.

hiborder

Colour of the bar borders.

hilty

Line type for the bar borders.

hicol

Fill colour for the bars.

hilwd

Width for the bar borders.

math.dens

Should a density line be drawn. Values are NULL or TRUE.

vline

NULL or a vector of locations for the vertical lines to be drawn. For example, vline=c(50,60) will draw two vertical lines. The function panel.abline is used.

vllwd

Line width of the vertical lines defined with vline. Can be a vector or a single value, for example vllwd=2 or vllwd=c(2,3).

vllty

Line type of the vertical lines defined with vline. Can be a vector or a single value, for example vllty=1 or vllty=c(1,2).

vlcol

Line color of the vertical lines defined with vline. Can be a vector or a single value, for example vlcol="red" or vllty=c("red","blue").

hline

NULL or a vector of locations for the horizontal lines to be drawn. For example, hline=c(50,60) will draw two horizontal lines. The function panel.abline is used.

hllwd

Line width of the horizontal lines defined with hline. Can be a vector or a single value, for example hllwd=2 or hllwd=c(2,3).

hllty

Line type of the horizontal lines defined with hline. Can be a vector or a single value, for example hllty=1 or hllty=c(1,2).

hlcol

Line color of the horizontal lines defined with hline. Can be a vector or a single value, for example hlcol="red" or hllty=c("red","blue").

bins.per.panel.equal

Allow for different bins in different panels for continuous data? TRUE or FALSE.

showMean

Should the mean of the data in the histogram be shown?

meanllwd

Line width of mean line.

meanllty

The line type for the mean

meanlcol

Color for the mean line

showMedian

Should the median of the data for the histogram be shown as a vertical line?

medianllwd

line width of median line.

medianllty

line type of median line.

medianlcol

color of median line.

showPCTS

Should percentiles of the data for the histogram be shown?

PCTS

A vector of percentiles to show. Can be any length.

PCTSllwd

line width of percentiles. Can be a vector of same length as PCTS.

PCTSllty

Line type of the percentiles. Can be a vector of same length as PCTS.

PCTSlcol

Color of the percentiles. Can be a vector of same length as PCTS.

vdline

vertical line different for each histogram. Must be a vector.

vdllwd

line widths

vdllty

line types

vdlcol

line colors

...

Other arguments that may be needed in the function.

groups

used to pass the conditioning variable into this function.

Author(s)

Andrew Hooker, Mats Karlsson, Justin Wilkins & E. Niclas Jonsson

See Also

xpose.data-class, Cross-references above.


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