chats {ade4}R Documentation

Pair of Variables

Description

This data set is a contingency table of age classes and fecundity classes of cats Felis catus.

Usage

data(chats)

Format

chats is a data frame with 8 rows and 8 columns.\ The 8 rows are age classes (age1, ..., age8)\ The 8 columns are fecundity classes (f0, f12, f34, ..., fcd)\ The values are cats numbers (contingency table).

Source

Legay, J.M. and Pontier, D. (1985) Relation âge-fécondité dans les populations de Chats domestiques, Felis catus. Mammalia, 49, 395–402.

Examples

data(chats)
chatsw <- data.frame(t(chats))
chatscoa <- dudi.coa(chatsw, scann = FALSE)
par(mfrow = c(2,2))
table.cont(chatsw, abmean.x = TRUE, csi = 2, abline.x = TRUE, 
    clabel.r = 1.5, clabel.c = 1.5)
table.cont(chatsw, abmean.y = TRUE, csi = 2, abline.y = TRUE, 
    clabel.r = 1.5, clabel.c = 1.5)
table.cont(chatsw, x = chatscoa$c1[,1], y = chatscoa$l1[,1],
    abmean.x = TRUE, csi = 2, abline.x = TRUE, clabel.r = 1.5, 
    clabel.c = 1.5)
table.cont(chatsw,, x = chatscoa$c1[,1], y = chatscoa$l1[,1],
    abmean.y = TRUE, csi = 2, abline.y = TRUE, clabel.r = 1.5, 
    clabel.c = 1.5)
par(mfrow = c(1,1))

Worked out examples


> library(ade4)
> ### Name: chats
> ### Title: Pair of Variables
> ### Aliases: chats
> ### Keywords: datasets
> 
> ### ** Examples
> 
> data(chats)
> chatsw <- data.frame(t(chats))
> chatscoa <- dudi.coa(chatsw, scann = FALSE)
> par(mfrow = c(2,2))
> table.cont(chatsw, abmean.x = TRUE, csi = 2, abline.x = TRUE, 
+     clabel.r = 1.5, clabel.c = 1.5)
> table.cont(chatsw, abmean.y = TRUE, csi = 2, abline.y = TRUE, 
+     clabel.r = 1.5, clabel.c = 1.5)
> table.cont(chatsw, x = chatscoa$c1[,1], y = chatscoa$l1[,1],
+     abmean.x = TRUE, csi = 2, abline.x = TRUE, clabel.r = 1.5, 
+     clabel.c = 1.5)
> table.cont(chatsw,, x = chatscoa$c1[,1], y = chatscoa$l1[,1],
+     abmean.y = TRUE, csi = 2, abline.y = TRUE, clabel.r = 1.5, 
+     clabel.c = 1.5)
> par(mfrow = c(1,1))
> 
> 
> 

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