Plotting, resulting from emlt, static and dynamic states structure in a sequence analysis - Two types of plot : The evolve in time of correlation between states and the projection of states/situations on their principal planes

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`x` |
a sequence analysis producted by emlt |

`type` |
what type of plot should be drawn. Possible types are "cor" for the evolve in time of correlation between states "pca" for the projection of states/situations on their principal planes |

`from` |
for type "cor" first states to compare, may be a vector |

`to` |
for type "cor" second states to compare |

`delay` |
for type "cor", the delay or step between "from" and "to" arguments. The correlation between state "from" at time t and "to" at t+delay. By default delay is 0. |

`compx` |
for type "pca" first component, axis x |

`compy` |
for type "pca" second component, axis y |

`leg` |
A boolean argument TRUE, FALSE for including legend |

`cex` |
A numerical value giving the amount by which plotting text and symbols should be magnified relative to the default. |

`...` |
Arguments to be passed to methods, such as graphical parameters (see par) |

The evolve of the correlation reveals the evolve of the distance between situations/states index with time considering the emlt euclidean distance. The "pca" components are the components of the emlt transformed sequences, see seqemlt.

Patrick Rousset, Senior researcher at Cereq, rousset@cereq.fr with the help of Matthias Studer

- Rousset Patrick, Giret Jean-françois,Classifying Qualitative Time Series with SOM: The Typology of Career Paths in France Lecture Notes in computer science, vol 4507, 2007, Springer Berlin / Heidelberg - - Rousset Patrick, Giret Jean-françois, Yvette Grelet (2012) Typologies De Parcours et Dynamique Longitudinale, Bulletin de méthodologie sociologique, issue 114, april 2012. - - Rousset Patrick, Giret Jean-françois (2008) A longitudinal Analysis of Labour Market Data with SOM, Encyclopedia of Artificial Intelligence, Edition Information Science Reference -

See Also `seqemlt`

(with examples)

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## See examples on 'seqemlt' help page
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