Plot of the Arrays

Description

presents a graph for viewing the numbers of a table by square sizes.

Usage

```table.value(df, x = 1:ncol(df), y = nrow(df):1,
row.labels = row.names(df), col.labels = names(df), clabel.row = 1,
clabel.col = 1, csize = 1, clegend = 1, grid = TRUE)
```

Arguments

 `df` a data frame `x` a vector of values to position the columns `y` a vector of values to position the rows `row.labels` a character vector for the row labels `col.labels` a character vector for the column labels `clabel.row` a character size for the row labels `clabel.col` a character size for the column labels `csize` a coefficient for the square size of the values `clegend` a character size for the legend (if 0, no legend) `grid` a logical value indicating whether the grid should be plotted

Daniel Chessel

Examples

```data(olympic)
w <- olympic\$tab
w <- data.frame(scale(w))
wpca <- dudi.pca(w, scann = FALSE)
par(mfrow = c(1,3))
table.value(w, csi = 2, clabel.r = 2, clabel.c = 2)
table.value(w, y = rank(wpca\$li[,1]), x = rank(wpca\$co[,1]), csi = 2,
clabel.r = 2, clabel.c = 2)
table.value(w, y = wpca\$li[,1], x = wpca\$co[,1], csi = 2,
clabel.r = 2, clabel.c = 2)
par(mfrow = c(1,1))
```

Worked out examples

```
> ### Name: table.value
> ### Title: Plot of the Arrays
> ### Aliases: table.value table.prepare
> ### Keywords: hplot
>
> ### ** Examples
>
> data(olympic)
> w <- olympic\$tab
> w <- data.frame(scale(w))
> wpca <- dudi.pca(w, scann = FALSE)
> par(mfrow = c(1,3))
> table.value(w, csi = 2, clabel.r = 2, clabel.c = 2)
```
```> table.value(w, y = rank(wpca\$li[,1]), x = rank(wpca\$co[,1]), csi = 2,
+     clabel.r = 2, clabel.c = 2)
```
```> table.value(w, y = wpca\$li[,1], x = wpca\$co[,1], csi = 2,
+     clabel.r = 2, clabel.c = 2)
```
```> par(mfrow = c(1,1))
>
>
>
>
```