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plot_distr: A new method for displaying moderators: mod.method = "stack".
plot_distr: A new argument "cumul" to represent cumulative distributions.
mod.method = "splitXX"
is now supported with logarithmic data
mod.method = "splitXX"
+ toLog=TRUE
: now supports the "other" column.
labels.tilted=TRUE
now possible with logarithmic data.
when onTop != "none", very small numbers are not displayed any more (could lead to cluttering).
when onTop can also be equal to FALSE.
Now discrete ticks appear when plotting categorical data. They appear every 5/10 bins, in order to help counting the bins.
better labeling of the y-axis when yaxis.num = TRUE
.
better automatic finding of the number of bins when argument bin was not missing.
better algorithm to find the default bin.size.
when bin.size is given, toLog's default is automatically set off.
Argument mod.select introduced to easily select moderator cases.
When smoothing_window > 1, supplemental years are removed.
Data on US publications in biology is removed.
Data on US publications in economics is added (much lighter than biology publications).
yaxis.num = TRUE
in the presence of moderators could cause problems in special cases.
Display problem when mod.method = "splitxx"
and factor variables.
Display problem when mod.method = "sidexx"
and with the other columns (problem in the bar cutting).
plot_distr: with moderators and mod.method = "sideWithin": rare bug corrected (identical values could be considered different).
Argument bin
becomes bin.size
.
in argument mod.method
, the value within
and total
become sideWithin
and sideTotal
.
This package is an effort to provide a simple class of plotting functions which: i) perform common operations in exploratory analyses, ii) have a compact syntax thanks to formulas, allowing aggregate/conditional/weighted graphs with minimum effort, iii) provide automatic options setting to best fit the data, iv) have a nice looking layout, and v) always take advantage of the full plotting region (without changing the graphical parameters) to export beautiful graphs with no/minimum tweak.