plot-methods: Method '"plot"' for Classes '"oneAgeTest"' and '"ageTests"'

Description Details Usage Methods Author(s) References See Also Examples

Description

Display densities of the ages calculated by the function calculateAges, as well as the common age(s) density(ies) as returned by the function tests.

Details

The estimated densities are Gaussian, as supposed by the model described in Montel et al. (1996). Each density is referenced by its number to help identify outliers or invalid measurements.

Also note that if an object of class oneAgeTest is passed to the function, the common age(s) densities is displayed even if the test of the function tests is rejected.

If arguments col, lwd and lty are supplied, they are used to display the density(ies) of the common age(s).

Usage

plot(x, ...)

Methods

signature(object = "oneAgeTest")

an object of type oneAgeTest as produced by the function tests.

...

further arguments passed to the function plot.

signature(object = "ageTests")

an object of type ageTests as produced by the function tests.

...

further arguments passed to the function plot.

Author(s)

Nathalie Villa-Vialaneix [email protected]

References

Montel J.M., Foret S., Veschambre M., Nicollet C., Provost A. (1996) Electron microprobe dating of monazite. Chemical Geology, 131, 37–53.

See Also

tests, oneAgeTest, ageTests

Examples

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data(srilanka)
calculated.ages <- calculateAges(srilanka, nloops=10)
res.tests <- tests(calculated.ages,1,3)
plot(res.tests, main="Densities", col="blue")

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