denstrip.normal {denstrip} R Documentation

## Density strip for a normal or log-normal distribution

### Description

Draws a density strip for a normal or log-normal distribution with the given mean and standard deviation, based on computing the density at a large set of equally-spaced quantiles.

### Usage

denstrip.normal(mean, sd, log=FALSE, nx=1000, ...)
panel.denstrip.normal(...)


### Arguments

 mean Mean of the normal distribution. sd Standard deviation of the normal distribution. log If TRUE then the strip for a log-normal distribution, with mean and SD on the log scale mean and sd, respectively, is plotted. This may be useful for illustrating hazard ratios or odds ratios. nx Number of points to evaluate the density at. ... Further arguments passed to denstrip, for example, at to position the strip on the y-axis, or lattice=TRUE to use as a lattice panel function. panel.denstrip.normal(x,...) is equivalent to denstrip.normal(x, lattice=TRUE,...).

### Author(s)

Christopher Jackson <chris.jackson@mrc-bsu.cam.ac.uk>

denstrip

### Examples

x <- seq(-4, 4, length=10000)
dens <- dnorm(x)
plot(x, xlim=c(-5, 5), ylim=c(-1, 2), xlab="x", ylab="", type="n", axes=FALSE)
axis(1)
denstrip(x, dens, at=0, width=0.3)
denstrip.normal(0, 1, at=1, width=0.3)

### log-normal distribution
sdlog <- 0.5
x <- rlnorm(10000, 0, sdlog)
plot(x, xlim=c(0, 5), ylim=c(-2, 4), xlab="x", , ylab="", type="n",
axes=FALSE)
axis(1)
abline(v=1, lty=2, col="lightgray")
denstrip(x, at=0, ticks=exp(-sdlog^2), width=0.4) # tick at theoretical maximum density
denstrip(x, at=1, bw=0.1, ticks=exp(-sdlog^2), width=0.4)
denstrip.normal(0, sdlog, log=TRUE, at=3, nx=1000,
ticks=exp(-sdlog^2), width=0.4)


[Package denstrip version 1.5.4 Index]