Description Usage Arguments Examples

This function orders and bins a variable in to groups defined by a window and step size then computes rolling averages for multipe variables across each bin.

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`t` |
Table of data. |

`x` |
Variable to be binned on x-axis. |

`y` |
Vector of variables to plot on y-axis. |

`ys` |
Scale the y-axis variables first. Defaults to 1. |

`ystep` |
Division of steps printed on y-axis scale. Defaults to 0.2. |

`ylab` |
Label for Y-axis. Defaults to blank. |

`axis3` |
Column of length variable to be plotted on 3rd axis. Defaults to "NA" (not shown). |

`w` |
Window size (number of values per bin). Defaults to 400. |

`s` |
Step size (number of values to move along for each bin). Defaults to 80. |

`f` |
Function to apply to y values for each bin ("mean","median","sum"). Defaults to "mean". |

`scale` |
Scale the x-axis ("linear"=linear spacing of points based on mean vaue of bin or "bins"=equal spacing between all bins). Defaults to "linear". |

`leg` |
Postion of legend. Defaults to "topleft". |

`col` |
Vector of colours to use in plots. Defaults to 1:100. |

`max, min` |
Minimum and Maximum range of y-axis. |

`feature` |
Name of features being binned. Defaults to "data points". |

1 | ```
bplot()
``` |

swebb1/questplots documentation built on May 26, 2017, 11:08 p.m.

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