[R-sig-ME] dotplot question
Sebastián Daza
sebastian.daza at gmail.com
Sun Mar 27 19:14:08 CEST 2011
I got it. I have to detach gdata, gplot, gtools and gmodels.
Thank you very much!
On 3/27/2011 11:59 AM, Sebastián Daza wrote:
> This is what I get:
>
> R version 2.12.2 (2011-02-25)
> Platform: x86_64-pc-mingw32/x64 (64-bit)
>
> locale:
> [1] LC_COLLATE=English_United States.1252
> [2] LC_CTYPE=English_United States.1252
> [3] LC_MONETARY=English_United States.1252
> [4] LC_NUMERIC=C
> [5] LC_TIME=English_United States.1252
>
> attached base packages:
> [1] grid splines stats graphics grDevices utils datasets
> [8] methods base
>
> other attached packages:
> [1] gregmisc_2.1.1 gplots_2.8.0 caTools_1.11 bitops_1.0-4.1
> [5] gtools_2.6.2 gmodels_2.15.1 gdata_2.8.1 foreign_0.8-42
> [9] Hmisc_3.8-3 survival_2.36-5 lme4_0.999375-39 Matrix_0.999375-48
> [13] lattice_0.19-17 rj_0.5.2-1
>
> loaded via a namespace (and not attached):
> [1] cluster_1.13.3 MASS_7.3-11 nlme_3.1-98 rJava_0.8-8 stats4_2.12.2
> [6] tools_2.12.2
>
> Thank you!
>
> On 3/27/2011 11:39 AM, Douglas Bates wrote:
>> 2011/3/26 Sebastián Daza<sebastian.daza at gmail.com>:
>>> Dear Douglas,
>>> I ran again the Dyestuff example, and I got a messy dotplot (see
>>> attachment).
>>>
>>> fm1<- lmer( Yield ~ 1 + (1| Batch ), Dyestuff )
>>> dotplot(ranef(fm1, postVar = TRUE), strip =FALSE,
>>> scales=list(y=list(col="white")))
>>>
>>>> ranef(fm1)
>>> $Batch
>>> (Intercept)
>>> A -17.6080025
>>> B 0.3912889
>>> C 28.5640930
>>> D -23.0860478
>>> E 56.7368971
>>> F -44.9982287
>>
>> Could you send us the output of
>>
>> sessionInfo()
>>
>> from your R session?
>>
>>> Thank you.
>>> Sebastian.
>>>
>>> On 3/21/2011 11:49 AM, Douglas Bates wrote:
>>>>
>>>> 2011/3/14 Sebastián Daza<sebastian.daza at gmail.com>:
>>>>>
>>>>> Dear list,
>>>>
>>>>> I have a couple of questions related to dotplots and ranef:
>>>>
>>>>> 1) Does anyone know how to order the distribution of a residuals in a
>>>>> dotplot:
>>>>
>>>>> dotplot(dotplot(ranef(model, postVar = TRUE)...
>>>>
>>>>> sometimes residuals are ordered but other times they are not.
>>>>
>>>> Can you provide a reproducible example?
>>>>
>>>>> 2) Is it possible to organize these plots in a matrix (as par function
>>>>> does)? I have more than a random term... so would be useful to order
>>>>> theses
>>>>> plots in a matrix...
>>>>
>>>> We have good news and bad news. The good news is that you get more
>>>> flexibility with lattice graphics than with traditional R graphics
>>>> (which is what the par function controls). The bad news is that it
>>>> requires a bit more effort to control the lattice graphics display in
>>>> that you need to read the manual page for print.trellis carefully. An
>>>> example of the dotplot for more than one grouping factor is provided
>>>> on slide 31 of
>>>> http://lme4.R-forge.R-project.org/slides/2011-03-16-Amsterdam/1Simple.pdf
>>>>
>>>> The code that generates that figure is
>>>>
>>>> qrr2<- dotplot(ranef(fm2, postVar = TRUE), strip = FALSE)
>>>> print(qrr2[[1]], pos = c(0,0,1,0.75), more = TRUE)
>>>> print(qrr2[[2]], pos = c(0,0.65,1,1))
>>>>
>>>>> 3) Is it possible to change the strip name of these plots?
>>>>
>>>> Yes. See the description of the strip.default function in the lattice
>>>> package. In particular, the strip can be suppressed by setting
>>>> strip=FALSE, as above.
>>>>
>>>>> Any clue about these questions will be appreciate.
>>>>> Thank you in advance!
>>>>> --
>>>>> Sebastián Daza
>>>>> sebastian.daza at gmail.com
>>>>>
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>>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>> --
>>> Sebastián Daza
>>> sebastian.daza at gmail.com
>>>
>>>
>>
>
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