MultiSuccessionPlot {ArchaeoPhases} | R Documentation |
This functions draws a plot of the densities of several successive phases and adds several statistics (mean, CI, HPDR). The result is given in calendar years (BC/AD).
MultiSuccessionPlot(
data,
position_minimum,
position_maximum = position_minimum + 1,
level = 0.95,
title = "Characterisation of a succession of groups",
colors = NULL,
exportFile = NULL,
exportFormat = "PNG"
)
data |
Data frame containing the output of the MCMC algorithm. |
position_minimum |
Numeric vector containing the column number corresponding to the minimum of the events included in each group. |
position_maximum |
Numeric vector containing the column number
corresponding to the end of the groups set in the same order as
in |
level |
Probability corresponding to the level of confidence. |
title |
Title of the plot. |
colors |
Vector of colors corresponding to each group of dates. |
exportFile |
Name of the file to be saved.
If |
exportFormat |
Format of the export file, either "PNG" or "SVG" (default). |
Curves represent the density of the minimum (oldest dates) and the maximum (youngest dates) of the dates included in each group. Curves of the same color refer to the same phase. When there is only one curve of one color, it means that there is only one event in the corresponding group and then the minimum equals the maximum. Time range intervals are symbolised by segments above the curves drawn using the same color as the one of the curves of the associated group. Transition and gap range intervals are represented by two-coloured segments using the colors of successive phases. If the gap between the successive groups does not exist, a cross is drawn instead of a segment.
NULL
, called for its side effects
Anne Philippe, Anne.Philippe@univ-nantes.fr and
Marie-Anne Vibet, Marie-Anne.Vibet@univ-nantes.fr
# Data extracted from ChronoModel software
data(Phases)
# List of the name of the groups
names(Phases)
# Stipulating position_end
MultiSuccessionPlot(Phases, c(4, 2), c(5, 3),
title = "Succession of phase 1 and phase 2")
# In this case, equivalent to
MultiSuccessionPlot(Phases, c(4, 2),
title = "Succession of phase 1 and phase 2",
colors = c(3, 4))