sm.options {sm} | R Documentation |
This function provides a means to control the behaviour of the sm
library such as the colour of the plotted lines, the size of the grid in 2-d estimation, the set of evaluations points, and many others. A list may be given as the only argument, or any number of arguments may be in the name=value
form. If no arguments are specified then the function returns the current settings of all the arguments.
sm.options(...)
... |
A list may be given as the only argument, or any number of arguments may be in the |
a logical value which controls whether the estimate is added to
the current plot. Its default value is FALSE
, which creates a new plot.
This argument applies only with one-dimensional data or to contour and rgl
created from two-dimensional data.
an parameter, lying between 0 and 1, which controls the transparency of the
surface used to construct an rgl
plot for regression with two covariates.
The default value is 0.7
.
an parameter, lying between 0 and 1, which controls the transparency of the
mesh lines used to construct an rgl
plot for regression with two covariates.
The default value is 1
.
a logical value which controls whether the distance between the nonparametric
estimate and a reference model should be indicated as a band (one covariate),
or through colour painting of the regression surface (two covariates). This
is activated only when a model has been nominated through the model
parameter. In the case of two covariates, the setting of the argument
col
has priority over band
. The setting se = TRUE
can
also activate this feature.
the colour used for plotting observed points and estimated curves.
Where groups are used, with one covariate, col
may be set to a vector of
colours associated with the groups. In regression with two covariates
using an rgl
display, col
may be set to a single colour,
or to the values "height"
or "se"
. These letter two setting
cause the surface to be painted according to its height or to standard
error information; see the information on the parameters se
,
se.breaks
and model
. Default: col=1
.
the colour used for the reference band when a model
is specified in
regression with one covariate.
Default: col.band="cyan"
.
the colour used for the ‘wire mesh’ representation plotting observed points
in an rgl display for regression with two covariates. This can also be set by the
second component of a vector of length two which is set for col
.
Default: col.mesh="black"
.
the colours used for shading an image plot, or for surface painting in an rgl
display, for regression with two covariates.
Default: col.palette=topo.colors(12)
.
the colour used for plotting observed points in a regression with one
covariate or an rgl
display for regression with two covariates.
Default: col.points="black"
.
in sm.density
,
a value which will be added to the data before they are log transformed in
the procedure to handle positive data. The value of delta
is used
only when positive
takes the value TRUE
. The default value
is the smallest value observed in each dimension. This argument does not
apply with three-dimensional data.
Default: delta=NA
logical flag whiich affects the behaviour of sm.script
and
provide.data
.
If describe=TRUE
(default), a data documentation file is printed.
approximate degrees-of-freedom of the smoothing parameter used
in sm.regression
, when a numerical value of h
is not
specified.
In this case, the equivalent value of h
will be computed and
included in the list returned on exit from sm.regression
.
Default value is 6 if x
is a vector and 12 if x
is
a matrix.
in sm.regression
,
an integer defining the degree of differencing to be applied in the
estimation process.
When this argument is set to 1, the method of Rice,
based on the squared differences of pairs of neighbouring observations,
is used. When the argument is set to 2 (deafult), the method of Gasser,
Sroka and Jennen-Steinmetz, based on differences between each observation
and a linear interplotation from its two neighbours, is used.
This argument applies only with one- or two-dimensional data. The
setting "none"
will prevent any graphical output from being
produced. In one dimensions, the default setting "line"
will
produce the estimate. (For compatibility with earlier versions of the
package, the setting "se"
will produce a variability band to
show the variability, but not the bias, of the estimate. This should
now be controlled by setting the separate parameter se
to TRUE
.) In two dimensions, the default setting
"persp"
will produce a perspective plot of the estimate,
while the settings "slice"
, "image"
and "rgl"
will produce slice (contour), image or rgl
plots.
logical flag which controls how the options eval.points
are
used fow two-dimensional data. If eval.grid=TRUE
(default),
evaluation is perfomed at points obtained by the cross-product of the
two columns of eval.points
. If eval.grid=FALSE
then evaluation is performed at points with coordinates specified by
the coordinates in eval.points
the points at which the density or the regression curve or surface estimate should be evaluated, for the values returned in the result of the function. This should be a vector for one-dimensional data and a two-column matrix for two-dimensional data. This argument does not apply with three-dimensional data.
a vector of weights which multiply the smoothing parameter used in the kernel function at each observation. This argument does not apply with three-dimensional data. Default value: 1.
a factor which can be used to multiply the normal smoothing parameter before construction of the density estimate. Default value: 1.
a logical value which controls whether the estimate is evaluated and
plotted only on grid points which fall within the convex hull of the
data. When this argument is set to FALSE
, evaluation and plotting
take place at all grid points where the contribution from at least one
kernel function is non-negligible. Both of these settings ensure that
the estimate is not evaluated at points where there are no observations
nearby. This argument applies only to sm.regression
and
sm.discontinuity
in the case of two covariates.
the line type used to plot the estimate. This argument applies only when the estimate is displayed as a curve or a countour. Default value: 1.
the method used to select smoothing parameters. In density estimation
the default is "normal"
which uses a value which is asymptotically
optimal for the normal distribution. Other possibilities are "cv"
for cross-validation and "sj"
for the Sheather-Jones method.
In nonparametric regression, the
deault is "df"
which selects a smoothing parameters associated
with the approximate degrees of freedom given in the df
option.
Other possibilities are "cv"
for cross-validation and
"aicc"
for an AIC-based method proposed by Hurvich, Simonoff and
Tsai.
the number of bins used in one-dimensional binning operations;
in two-dimensional cases, nbins
refers to the number of bins
formed along each axis. Bins with 0 observed frequencies are ignored.
If nbins=0
, binning is not performed; if nbins=NA
(default),
binning is switched on when the number of observations exceeds
a certain threshold, which depends on the function.
number of samples generated in bootstraps. Default value: 100.
the number of points in the regular grid used to plot the estimate.
For two- and three-dimensional data, ngrid
refers to the
number of points along the axis in each dimension.
The same parameter is also used by a few other functions which perform some
form of search (e.g. hcv
).
Default value for sm.regression
:
50 and 20 for 1-, 2-dimensional data, respectively.
Default value for sm.density
:
100, 50 and 20 for 1-, 2- and 3-dimensional data, respectively.
a logical value which, when set to true, creates a panel which allows interactive
control of sm.regression
or sm.density
plots
for one- or two-dimensional data. The panel can be used to alter the
value of the smoothing parameter and control a variety of other settings.
a logical value which, when set to true (the default), places the plot
inside the control panel (see the panel
argument above), This creates
a neater screen arrangement.
the standard plotting charater identified for data plotting. Default value: 1.
a vector of length one or two identifying the period for covariates which are on a periodic scale. Periodic smoothing is implemented by local mean estimation, using a von Mises kernel function. Non-periodic covariates are identified by NA. Default value: NA.
the vertical rotation (in degrees) of perspective plots of estimate in the form of surfaces. Default value: 40.
an integer defining local constant (0) or local linear (1) smoothing. Default value: 1.
a logical value which indicates whether the data should be assumed to take
positive values only, in sm.density
.
When this argument is set to TRUE
, a log transformation
is applied to the data before construction of a density estimate. The result
is transformed back to the original scale. This argument does not apply with
three-dimensional data. Default value: FALSE
.
a vector defining the proportions of the data to be included within each
contour in a slice plot, from two-dimensional data, or a contour surface
plot, from three-dimensional data. In the three-dimensional case only
the first element of the vector will be used. This argument does not apply
to one-dimensional data. Default value: c(75,50,25)
.
logical flag which regulates whether a rugplot is superimposed to the
density estimate, in the univariate case. Default value: TRUE
.
logical flag which regulates whether a standard error information is
added to the plot produced by sm.regression
. If a model
is specified, then these standard errors refer to the difference between
this fitted model and the nonparametric regression estimate.
Default value: TRUE
.
a numerical vector which defines the cut-points, on a standard error
scale, for the assignment of colours when painting a regression surface
with standard error information. Default value: c(-3, -2, 3, 3)
.
logical flag which affects the behaviour of sm.script
when
this is called with non-empty argument. If show.script=TRUE
(default) a window is opened to display the source code of the script.
an integer which defines the size of plotted points in rgl
displays. The default value is 2
.
the structure of the smoothing parameter in two-dimensional settings.
The default is "scaled"
, which uses the structure
(h*sd(x[,1]), h*sd(x[,2])). Other possibilities are "separate"
,
which uses (h1, h2), and "common"
which uses (h, h). The
"common"
option may be particularly appropriate when the data
have a spatial origin, where distances in each variable havae the same
meaning. Note that the "separate"
option is not available
when "method"
is set to "df"
.
a logical flag controlling the production of a formal test, using the
reference model as the null hypothesis. Default value: TRUE
.
the horizontal rotation (in degrees) of perspective plots of estimates in the form of surfaces. Default value: -30.
regulates the amount of messages and other output printed out.
If verbose=0
only errors produce messages; if verbose=1
(default value) warnings and the more relevant numerical
output are printed ; if verbose=2
more messages and more
numerical output are printed.
the label attached to the x-axis.
the range of the horizontal axis of the plot. This argument does not apply with three-dimensional data.
the upper limit of the vertical axis in a plot of a one-dimensional density estimate. The lower limit is always set to 0. This argument does not apply with two- or three-dimensional data.
the label attached to the y-axis.
the range of the vertical axis of the plot. This argument does not apply with three-dimensional data.
the label attached to the z-axis (three-dimensional plots only).
the range of the vertical axis when estimates are displayed as perspective plots.
Arguments which are set by a function call will remain in effect until the end of the current S-plus session, unless overwritten by a subsequent call. In addition, they can be added as optional parameters of calls to specific functions of the sm
package; in this case, their effect is
limited to that function call.
See the documentation of specific functions for the list of options which are recognised by that function. Notice that some options are relevant only to some functions.
a list with the updated values of the parameters. If the argument list is not empty, the returned list is invisible.
## Not run: sm.options(poly.index = 0) # subsequent regression estimations will be performed using local means # instead of local regression # sm.options(describe = FALSE) # turns off typing documentation files of data loaded by `sm.script' # (works from command-line) # ## End(Not run)