dotcircle {ade4} | R Documentation |
This function represents n values on a circle. The n points are shared out regularly over the circle and put on the radius according to the value attributed to that measure.
dotcircle(z, alpha0 = pi/2, xlim = range(pretty(z)), labels = names(z), clabel = 1, cleg = 1)
z |
: a numeric vector |
alpha0 |
: polar angle to put the first value |
xlim |
: the ranges to be encompassed by the circle radius |
labels |
: a vector of strings of characters for the angle labels |
clabel |
: a character size for the labels, used with |
cleg |
: a character size for the ranges, used with |
Daniel Chessel
w <- scores.neig(neig(n.cir = 24)) par(mfrow = c(4,4)) for (k in 1:16) dotcircle(w[,k],labels = 1:24) par(mfrow = c(1,1))