bagplot.pairs {aplpack} | R Documentation |
pairs
plot with bagplots bagplot.pairs
calls pairs
and use bagplot() as panel function.
It can be used for the inspection of data matrices.
bagplot.pairs(dm, trim = 0.0, main, numeric.only = TRUE, factor = 3, approx.limit = 300, pch = 16, cex = 0.8, precision = 1, col.loophull = "#aaccff", col.looppoints = "#3355ff", col.baghull = "#7799ff", col.bagpoints = "#000088", ...)
dm |
datamatrix, columns contain values of the variables |
trim |
fraction or vector of fractions of data points that should be removed from the variables before computing |
main |
title of the plot |
numeric.only |
if TRUE only numerical variables will be used. Otherwise an transformation to numeric will be performed. |
factor |
see help of bagplot |
approx.limit |
see help of bagplot |
pch |
see help of bagplot |
cex |
see help of bagplot |
precision |
see help of bagplot |
col.loophull |
see help of bagplot |
col.looppoints |
see help of bagplot |
col.baghull |
see help of bagplot |
col.bagpoints |
see help of bagplot |
... |
further arguments to be passed to |
bagplot.pairs
is a cover function which calls pairs
and uses
bagplot
to display the data.
The data which has been used for the plot.
Feel free to have a look inside of bagplot.pairs and to improve it according to your ideas.
Peter Wolf
# bagplot.pairs(freeny) # bagplot.pairs(trees,col.baghull="green", col.loophull="lightgreen")