Description Usage Arguments Value See Also Examples
Plots the pairwise conversion formulae between methods from a
MCmcmc
object.
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x 
A 
axlim 
The limits for the axes in the panels 
wh.cmp 
Numeric vector or vector of method names. Which of the methods should be included in the plot? 
lwd.line 
Numerical vector of length 2. The width of the conversion line and the prediction limits. If the second values is 0, no prediction limits are drawn. 
col.line 
Numerical vector of length 2. The color of the conversion line and the prediction limits. 
lty.line 
Numerical vector of length 2. The line types of the conversion line and the prediction limits. 
eqn 
Should the conversion equations be printed on the plot?. Defaults
to 
digits 
How many digits after the decimal point shoudl be used when printing the conversion equations. 
grid 
Should a grid be drawn? If a numerical vector is given, the grid is drawn at those values. 
col.grid 
What color should the grid have? 
points 
Logical or character. Should the points be plotted. If

col.pts 
What color should the observation have. 
pch.pts 
What plotting symbol should be used. 
cex.pts 
What scaling should be used for the plot symbols. 
... 
Parameters to pass on. Currently not used. 
Nothing. The lower part of a (M1) by (M1) matrix of plots is drawn, showing the pairwise conversion lines. In the corners of each is given the two conversion equations together with the prediction standard error.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12  ## Not run: data( hba1c )
## Not run: str( hba1c )
## Not run: hba1c < transform( subset( hba1c, type=="Ven" ),
meth = dev,
repl = d.ana )
## End(Not run)
## Not run: hb.res < MCmcmc( hba1c, n.iter=50 )
## Not run: data( hba.MC )
## Not run: str( hba.MC )
## Not run: par( ask=TRUE )
## Not run: plot( hba.MC )
## Not run: plot( hba.MC, pl.obs=TRUE )

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