tfplot.forecast {dse}R Documentation

Specific Methods for tfplot

Description

See the generic function description.

Usage

    ## S3 method for class 'forecast'
tfplot(x, tf=NULL, start=tfstart(tf), end=tfend(tf),
        series = seq(length=nseriesOutput(x$data)),
	Title="Predictions (dotted) and actual data (solid)",
        ylab = seriesNamesOutput(x$data), 
	graphs.per.page=5, mar=par()$mar, reset.screen=TRUE, ...)
    ## S3 method for class 'featherForecasts'
tfplot(x, tf=NULL, start=tfstart(tf), end=tfend(tf), 
        series=seq(nseries(x)), 
        Title="Predictions (dotted) and actual data (solid)", 
        ylab=seriesNamesOutput(x),
        graphs.per.page=5, mar=par()$mar, reset.screen=TRUE, ...)
    ## S3 method for class 'horizonForecasts'
tfplot(x, tf=NULL, start=tfstart(tf), end=tfend(tf),
         series=seq(length=nseriesOutput(x$data)),
	 Title="Predictions (dotted) and actual data (solid)", 
	 ylab=seriesNamesOutput(x$data), 
	 graphs.per.page=5, mar=par()$mar, reset.screen=TRUE, ...)
    ## S3 method for class 'multiModelHorizonForecasts'
tfplot(x, 
         tf=NULL, start=tfstart(tf), end=tfend(tf), series=NULL, ...)

Arguments

x

an object for which a tfplot is to be produced.

tf

see tfplot.

start

see tfplot.

end

see tfplot.

Title

string of characters to use for title.

ylab

vector of strings for y axis labelling.

graphs.per.page

integer indicating number of graphs to place on a page.

reset.screen

logical indicating if the plot window should be cleared before starting.

series

integer or string indicating the series which should be plotted.

mar

plot margins. See par.

...

arguments passed to other methods.

See Also

tfplot EstEval


[Package dse version 2020.2-1 Index]