Description Usage Arguments Details Value See Also Examples

This is a diagnostic tool for evaluating the fit from a call
to `euler()`

visually. A color key is provided by default, which
represents the chosen error metric so that one can easily detect
which areas in the diagram to be skeptical about.

1 2 |

`x` |
an object of class |

`type` |
error metric. |

`quantities` |
whether to draw the error metric on the plot |

`pal` |
color palette for the fills in the legend |

`...` |
arguments passed down to |

Notice that this function is purely provided for diagnostic reasons
and does not come with the same kind of customization that
`plot.euler()`

provides: the color legend can only be customized
in regards to its color palette and another key (instead of labels)
is completely turned off.

Returns an object of class `eulergram`

, which will be
plotted on the device in the same manner as objects from
`plot.euler()`

. See `plot.eulergram()`

for details.

`plot.euler()`

, `euler()`

,
`plot.eulergram()`

1 | ```
error_plot(euler(organisms), quantities = FALSE)
``` |

jolars/eulerr documentation built on Aug. 8, 2019, 8:07 p.m.

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