plot_design.factorial_lsd {agricolaeplotr} R Documentation

## Plot Factorial Latin Square Designs (lsd)

### Description

Plot a design of a factorial experiment with latin square design (lsd) design from `agricolae` design.ab

### Usage

```plot_design.factorial_lsd(
design,
x = "col",
y = "row",
factor_name = "A",
labels = "plots",
width = 1,
height = 1,
space_width = 0.95,
space_height = 0.85,
reverse_y = FALSE,
reverse_x = FALSE
)
```

### Arguments

 `design` outdesign from `agricolae` package `x` Describes the x coordinates of a experiment design `y` Describes the y coordinates of a experiment design `factor_name` Which factor should be used for plotting, needs to be a column in outdesign\$book `labels` Describes the column from that the plots are taken to display them `width` numeric value, describes the width of a plot in an experiment `height` numeric value, describes the height of a plot in an experiment `space_width` numeric value, describes the share of the space of the plots. 0=only space, 1=no space between plots in term of width `space_height` numeric value, describes the share of the space of the plots. 0=only space, 1=no space between plots in term of height `reverse_y` boolean, should the plots of the experiment be changed in reverse order in Row direction? use reverse_y=TRUE to have same sketch as in agricolae. default:reverse_y=FALSE `reverse_x` boolean, should the plots of the experiment be changed in reverse order in column direction? default:reverse_x=FALSE

### Value

`ggplot` graphic that can be modified, if wished

### Examples

```library(agricolaeplotr)
library(agricolae)
trt<-c(3,2) # factorial 3x2
outdesign <-design.ab(trt, r=3, serie=2,design = 'lsd')
plot_design.factorial_lsd(outdesign,factor_name = 'B',reverse_x = TRUE)

```

[Package agricolaeplotr version 0.2.2 Index]