plot.diana {cluster}  R Documentation 
Creates plots for visualizing a diana
object.
## S3 method for class 'diana' plot(x, ask = FALSE, which.plots = NULL, main = NULL, sub = paste("Divisive Coefficient = ", round(x$dc, digits = 2)), adj = 0, nmax.lab = 35, max.strlen = 5, xax.pretty = TRUE, ...)
x 
an object of class 
ask 
logical; if true and 
which.plots 
integer vector or NULL (default), the latter
producing both plots. Otherwise, 
main, sub 
main and sub title for the plot, each with a convenient
default. See documentation for these arguments in

adj 
for label adjustment in 
nmax.lab 
integer indicating the number of labels which is considered too large for singlename labelling the banner plot. 
max.strlen 
positive integer giving the length to which strings are truncated in banner plot labeling. 
xax.pretty 
logical or integer indicating if

... 
graphical parameters (see 
When ask = TRUE
, rather than producing each plot sequentially,
plot.diana
displays a menu listing all the plots that can be produced.
If the menu is not desired but a pause between plots is still wanted
one must set par(ask= TRUE)
before invoking the plot command.
The banner displays the hierarchy of clusters, and is equivalent to a tree.
See Rousseeuw (1986) or chapter 6 of Kaufman and Rousseeuw (1990).
The banner plots the diameter of each cluster being splitted.
The observations are listed in the order found by the diana
algorithm, and the numbers in the height
vector are represented
as bars between the observations.
The leaves of the clustering tree are the original observations. A branch splits up at the diameter of the cluster being splitted.
An appropriate plot is produced on the current graphics device. This can
be one or both of the following choices:
Banner
Clustering tree
In the banner plot,
observation labels are only printed when the number of observations is
limited less than nmax.lab
(35, by default), for readability.
Moreover, observation labels are truncated to maximally
max.strlen
(5) characters.
see those in plot.agnes
.
diana
, diana.object
,
twins.object
, par
.
example(diana)# > dv < diana(....) plot(dv, which = 1, nmax.lab = 100) ## wider labels : op < par(mar = par("mar") + c(0, 2, 0,0)) plot(dv, which = 1, nmax.lab = 100, max.strlen = 12) par(op)