dcplot: Plotting Function for Response and Correlation Functions

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also Examples

View source: R/dcplot.R

Description

A simple plotting function for response and correlation functions derived from dcc.

Usage

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dcplot(x, ci = TRUE, sig = TRUE, labels = NULL, vertical = FALSE)

Arguments

x

data.frame with coefficients derived from dcc.

ci

logical: should confidence intervals be plotted?

sig

logical: should significant coefficients be indicated by bars in darker grey?

labels

character vector with labels to use for coefficients. Defaults to rownames(x).

vertical

logical: should plots be laid out vertically (defaults to FALSE).

Details

An arbitrary number of parameters can be displayed either horizontally or vertically in subplots.

Value

None. Invoked for side effect (plot).

Author(s)

Christian Zang

See Also

dcc

Examples

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## Not run: 
data(muc.clim)
data(muc.spruce)

# calculate and plot bootstrapped correlation function
dc <- dcc(muc.spruce, muc.clim, method = "corr")
dcplot(dc)

## End(Not run)

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