Bubbles plot

Description

This method plots three dimensional data like matrices by age and year or age-class, very common in fisheries. The bubbles are proportional to the values on the matrix. Note that bubbles accept an argument bub.scale to control the relative size of the bubbles. Positive and negative values have separate colours.

Generic function

bubbles(x, data)

Methods

signature(x=formula, data=FLQuant) :

Produce bubbles plot of the object.

signature(x=formula, data=FLQuants) :

Produce a lattice of bubbles plot of the objects. Commonly used to plot residuals of VPA assessments.

signature(x=formula, data=FLCohort) :

Produce bubbles plot of the object.

signature(x=formula, data=data.frame) :

Produce bubbles plot of the object.

Author(s)

The FLR Team

See Also

lattice, FLQuant, FLQuants,FLCohort

Examples

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data(ple4)
bubbles(age~year, data=catch.n(ple4))
bubbles(age~year, data=catch.n(ple4), bub.scale=5)
bubbles(age~cohort, data=FLCohort(catch.n(ple4)), bub.scale=5)

qt01 <- log(catch.n(ple4)+1)
qt02 <- qt01+rnorm(length(qt01))
flqs <- FLQuants(qt01=qt01, qt02=qt02)
bubbles(age~year|qname, data=flqs, bub.scale=1)

qt03 <- FLQuant(rnorm(100),dimnames=list(age=as.character(1:10),year=as.character(1:10)))
bubbles(age~year, data=qt03, bub.scale=7, col=c("black","red"))

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