Description Usage Arguments Examples

This is the standard plotting routine for the results of `eot`

.
Three panels will be drawn i) the predictor domain, ii) the response
domain, iii) the time series at the identified base point

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`eot.obj` |
an EOT object as returned by |

`eot` |
numeric. the mode to be plotted |

`pred.prm` |
the parameter of the predictor to be plotted. |

`resp.prm` |
the parameter of the response to be plotted. |

`show.eot.loc` |
logical. If |

`anomalies` |
logical. If |

`add.map` |
logical. If |

`times.vec` |
an (optional) time series vector of the considered EOT calculation to be shown as the x-axis in the time series plot |

`arrange` |
whether the final plot should be arranged in "wide" or "long" format |

`clr` |
an (optional) color palette for displaying of the predictor and response fields |

`...` |
further arguments to be passed to |

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 | ```
data(vdendool)
# claculate 2 leading modes
modes <- eot(pred = vdendool, resp = NULL, n = 2, reduce.both = FALSE,
standardised = FALSE, print.console = TRUE)
# default settings
plotEot(modes)
# showing the loction of the mode
plotEot(modes, eot = 1, show.eot.loc = TRUE)
# changing parameters
plotEot(modes, eot = 1, show.eot.loc = TRUE,
pred.prm = "r", resp.prm = "p")
# change plot arrangement
plotEot(modes, eot = 1, show.eot.loc = TRUE, arrange = "long")
``` |

environmentalinformatics-marburg/Reot documentation built on May 13, 2017, 6:09 p.m.

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