plot.tunelocal {CA3variants} | R Documentation |
tunelocal
The function plot.tunelocal
allows the analyst to graphically display
the optimal model dimension using a convex hull.
## S3 method for class 'tunelocal'
plot(x,...)
x |
The results of the function |
... |
Further arguments passed to or from other methods. |
Graphical displays of a convex hull computed using the original data and the bootstrapped data when in tunelocal
the input parameter boot=TRUE
computed bootstrapped data too.
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res.tunelocal<-tunelocal(happy, ca3type = "CA3",boots = FALSE,
nboots = 0)
plot(res.tunelocal)