plot8dnca: univariate plot for a categoric variable

Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/f2.rsdn.code.r

Description

(dn) produces the histogram (raw or ordered) of a categoric variable.

Usage

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plot8dnca(f, red, cod, title="", type="ordered", ...)

Arguments

f

the categoric variable (in fact a factor) to be plotted

red

the range of the representation

cod

the common limits to be indicated with shaded bars

title

(character The title to be given to the plot.

type

type of representation. "ordered" means that the categories will be sorted by decreasing importance.

...

Further arguments to be passed to the hist or plot function. xlim must not be provided this way since it is already given by red.

Value

returns nothing but one plot is drawn

Examples

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 rebastaba3k("RESET"); # for R checking convenience
 plot8dnca(rebastaba.dn4@df[[5]], red=rebastaba.dn4@red[[5]], cod=rebastaba.dn4@cod[[5]]);

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