Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) See Also Examples

View source: R/report_auxiliary.R

Plots the probability distribution function of a lognormal variable from the mean and standard deviation in either transformed (normal) or untransformed space.

1 | ```
plot_lognormalvar(m, sd, label = NULL, logtransform = FALSE, color = "black")
``` |

`m` |
A vector of means of the distribution. |

`sd` |
A vector of standard deviations of the distribution. |

`label` |
Name of the variable to be used as x-axis label. |

`logtransform` |
Indicates whether the mean and standard deviation are in transformed (normal) or untransformed space. |

`color` |
A vector of colors. |

A plot of the probability distribution function. Vertical dotted line indicates mean of distribution. This function can plot multiple curves when multiple means and standard deviations are provided.

Q. Huynh

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 | ```
mu <- 0.5
stddev <- 0.1
plot_lognormalvar(mu, stddev) # mean of plot should be 0.5
#logtransformed parameters
mu <- 0
stddev <- 0.1
plot_lognormalvar(mu, stddev, logtransform = TRUE) # mean of plot should be 1
``` |

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