Description Usage Arguments Author(s) Examples

Plot time series with specific plotting parameters

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`ret` |
an time series exposure/return object |

`add.grid` |
logical varible.If 'TRUE', type = c('l', 'g'); If 'FALSE', type = c('l') |

`layout` |
layout is a numeric vector of length 2 or 3 giving the number of columns, rows, and pages (optional) in a multipanel display. |

`type` |
character. type of the plot; 'l' denotes a line, 'p' denotes a point, and 'b' and 'o' both denote both together.deafault is 'l'. |

`yname` |
character or espression giving label(s) for the y-axis |

`scaleType` |
scaleType controls if use a same scale of y-axis, choose from c('same', 'free') |

`stripLeft` |
logical variable to choose the position of strip, 'TRUE' for drawing strips on the left of each panel, 'FALSE' for drawing strips on the top of each panel |

`main` |
Typically a character string or expression describing the main title. |

`lwd` |
The line width, a positive number, defaulting to 1 |

`stripText.cex` |
a number indicating the amount by which strip text in the plot(s) should be scaled relative to the default. 1=default, 1.5 is 50% larger, 0.5 is 50% smaller, etc. |

`axis.cex` |
a number indicating the amount by which axis in the plot(s) should be scaled relative to the default. 1=default, 1.5 is 50% larger, 0.5 is 50% smaller, etc. |

`color` |
A specification for the default plotting color. Default is black. |

`zeroLine` |
logical varible to choose add a dotted horizontal line at the zero vertical distance |

Douglas Martin, Lingjie Yi

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#Load the data
data("stocks145scores6")
dat = stocks145scores6
returns = tapply(dat$RETURN,list(dat$DATE,dat$TICKER),I)
ret = xts(returns[,1:5],as.yearmon(rownames(returns)))
#generate return time series plot
tsPlotMP(ret, color = 'Blue')
tsPlotMP(ret, scaleType = "same", zeroLine = FALSE)
tsPlotMP(ret, stripLeft = FALSE, main = 'Time Series Plot')
``` |

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