Returns a graph of non-overlap (discordance) of rankings represented by the sum of zeros across all objects in the δ-dependent Idata
vector (see compute.stream
) for a suitable range of δ values starting at δ=0. Graphs are plotted for all pairwise list combinations.
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lists |
A data frame cotaining two or more columns that represent lists of ordered objects to be compared |
deltas |
The range of δ values to be examined, defaults to NULL. If not specified then |
subset.lists |
Specifies the subset of the input lists, which is used for calculating zero counts for the deltaplot. The value contained in |
subplot |
Logical: if TRUE an additional deltaplot is generated containing a detailed subplot positioned in the top right corner of the plot. This subplot encloses a configurable subset of the values of the original deltaplot. This subset can be specified via a percentage value using the |
perc.subplot |
Percentage of the range of the main plot used for creating a subplot in the top right corner, default is 50(%). Subplot provides a detailed view of the main plot. |
directory |
Specifies the directory for saving the generated deltaplots in PDF
format. In case |
Mdelta |
A list of δ-matrices for each comparison of ordered lists |
Eva Budinska <budinska@iba.muni.cz>, Vendula Svendova <vendula.svendova@medunigraz.at>, Michael G. Schimek <michael.schimek@medunigraz.at>
Schimek, M. G. and Budinska, E. (2010). Visualization techniques for the integration of rank data. In Lechevallier, Y. and Saporta, G. (eds). COMPSTAT 2010. Proceedings in Computational Statistics. Heidelberg: Physica (e-book ISBN 978-3-7908-2603-6), 1637-1644.
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