[R] R Commander and FactoMineR

Dániel Kehl kehld at ktk.pte.hu
Tue Apr 2 11:54:16 CEST 2013


well yes, I see that it should be

... ,invisible=c("none"), new.plot=TRUE)

or something similar. I can correct this "by hand"
The point was more like a bug-report. Maybe not the best place to mention a bug, but I couldn't find a better one.

I do not know how to change the output of the point-and-click method.

Best regards:
Feladó: Pascal Oettli [kridox at ymail.com]
Küldve: 2013. április 2. 11:18
To: Dániel Kehl
Cc: r-help at r-project.org
Tárgy: Re: [R] R Commander and FactoMineR


Did you check the position of the brackets, for example for "invisible"


On 04/02/2013 06:09 PM, Dániel Kehl wrote:
> Dear Users,
> I helped to install R Commander and FactoMineR to one of my collegaues.
> He wanted to do an MCA. Selecting three variables and using the default settings results in only one graph, the variables representation, where he gets three points for the three variables (which is totally fine).
> Running the code (output of the point-and-click method)
> EuTop100.MCA<-EuTop100[, c("ország", "szektor", "székhely")]
> res<-MCA(EuTop100.MCA, ncp=5, graph = FALSE)
> plot.MCA(res, axes=c(1, 2), col.ind="black", col.ind.sup="blue",
>    col.var="darkred", col.quali.sup="darkgreen", label=c("ind", "ind.sup",
>    "quali.sup", "var", "quanti.sup"), invisible=c("", new.plot=TRUE))
> plot.MCA(res, axes=c(1, 2), choix="var", col.var="darkred",
>    col.quali.sup="darkgreen", label=c("var", "quali.sup"), invisible=c("",
>    new.plot=TRUE))
> plot.MCA(res, axes=c(1, 2), choix="quanti.sup", col.quanti.sup="blue",
>    label=c("quanti.sup", new.plot=TRUE))
> remove(EuTop100.MCA)
> however should result in three graphs.
> What went wrong?
> MCA(EuTop100.MCA) just works fine.
> Thank you and best wishes:
> Daniel
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