corrRect {corrplot}R Documentation

Draw rectangle(s) on the correlation matrix graph.

Description

Draw rectangle(s) after the correlation matrix plotted. SUGGESTION: It's more convenient to draw rectangle(s) by using pipe operator '|>' since R 4.1.0.

Usage

corrRect(
  corrRes = NULL,
  index = NULL,
  name = NULL,
  namesMat = NULL,
  col = "black",
  lwd = 2,
  ...
)

Arguments

corrRes

List of the corrplot() returns.

index

Vector, variable index of diag rect c(Rect1from, Rect2from, Rect3from, ..., RectNto) on the correlation matrix graph. It works when the colnames are the same as rownames, or both of them is NULL. It needs corrRes inputted.

name

Vector, variable name of diag rect c(Rect1from, Rect2from, Rect3from, ..., RectNto) on the correlation matrix graph. OIt works when the colnames are the same as rownames. It needs corrRes inputted.

namesMat

4-length character vector or 4-columns character matrix, represents the names of xleft, ybottom, xright, ytop correspondingly. It needs corrRes inputted.

col

Color of rectangles.

lwd

Line width of rectangles.

...

Additional arguments passing to function rect().

Details

corrRect needs one of index, name and namesMat inputted. While corrRect.hclust can get the members in each cluster based on hierarchical clustering (hclust).

Value

(Invisibly) returns input parameter corrRes, usually list(corr, corrTrans, arg).

Author(s)

Taiyun Wei

Examples

data(mtcars)
M = cor(mtcars)

r = rbind(c('gear', 'wt', 'qsec', 'carb'),
        c('wt', 'gear', 'carb', 'qsec'))
corrplot(M, order = 'AOE') -> p
corrRect(p, namesMat = r)

# same as using pipe operator `|>`
if(getRversion() >= '4.1.0') {
  corrplot(M, order = 'AOE') |> corrRect(namesMat = r)
}


r = c('gear', 'carb', 'qsec', 'wt')
corrplot(M, order = 'AOE', type='lower') -> p
corrRect(p, namesMat = r)

# same as using pipe operator `|>`
if(getRversion() >= '4.1.0') {
  corrplot(M, order = 'AOE', type='lower') |>
    corrRect(namesMat = r)
}


corrplot(M, order = 'hclust', type = 'upper') -> p
corrRect(p, index = c(1, 6, 11))

# same as using pipe operator
if(getRversion() >= '4.1.0') {
  corrplot(M, order = 'AOE', type='lower') |>
    corrRect(index = c(1, 6, 11))
}


corrplot(M, order = 'hclust') -> p
corrRect(p, name = c('carb', 'qsec', 'gear'))

# same as using pipe operator
if(getRversion() >= '4.1.0') {
  corrplot(M, order = 'hclust') |>
    corrRect(name = c('carb', 'qsec', 'gear'))
}




(order.hc = corrMatOrder(M, order = 'hclust'))
(order.hc2 = corrMatOrder(M, order = 'hclust', hclust.method = 'ward.D'))
M.hc  = M[order.hc, order.hc]
M.hc2 = M[order.hc2, order.hc2]

par(ask = TRUE)

# same as: corrplot(M, order = 'hclust', addrect = 2)
corrplot(M.hc)
corrRect.hclust(corr = M.hc, k = 2)

# same as: corrplot(M, order = 'hclust', addrect = 3)
corrplot(M.hc)
corrRect.hclust(corr = M.hc, k = 3)

# same as: corrplot(M, order = 'hclust', hclust.method = 'ward.D', addrect = 2)
corrplot(M.hc2)
corrRect.hclust(M.hc2, k = 2, method = 'ward.D')

# same as: corrplot(M, order = 'hclust', hclust.method = 'ward.D', addrect = 3)
corrplot(M.hc2)
corrRect.hclust(M.hc2, k = 3, method = 'ward.D')

# same as: corrplot(M, order = 'hclust', hclust.method = 'ward.D', addrect = 4)
corrplot(M.hc2)
corrRect.hclust(M.hc2, k = 4, method = 'ward.D')

[Package corrplot version 0.90 Index]