plot.S3sensitivity {BuyseTest} | R Documentation |

## Graphical Display for Sensitivity Analysis

### Description

Display the statistic of interest across various threshold values, possibly with confidence intervals. Currently only works when varying thresholds relative to one or two variables.

### Usage

```
## S3 method for class 'S3sensitivity'
plot(x, plot = TRUE, ...)
## S3 method for class 'S3sensitivity'
autoplot(
object,
col = NULL,
ci = TRUE,
band = TRUE,
label = "Threshold for",
position = NULL,
size.line = 1,
size.point = 1.75,
size.ci = 0.5,
alpha = 0.1,
...
)
```

### Arguments

`plot` |
[logical] should the graph be displayed in a graphical window |

`...` |
not used. For compatibility with the generic method. |

`object` , `x` |
output of the sensitivity method |

`col` |
[character vector] color used to identify the thresholds relative to a second variable. |

`ci` |
[logical] should the confidence intervals be displayed? |

`band` |
[logical] should the simulatenous confidence intervals be displayed? |

`label` |
[character] text used before the name of the variables in the legend. |

`position` |
relative position of the error bars for a given x value. Can for instance be |

`size.line` |
[numeric] width of the line connecting the point estimates. |

`size.point` |
[numeric] size of the point representing the point estimates. |

`size.ci` |
[numeric] width of the lines representing the confidence intervals. |

`alpha` |
[numeric] transparency for the area representing the simultaneous confidence intervals. |

### Details

The `autoplot`

and `plot`

methods are very similar. The main difference is that the former returns a ggplot2 object whereas the later automatically display the figure in a graphical window and returns an (invible) list with the plot and the data.

### Value

a ggplot2 object

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