plot.icsurv {Icens}R Documentation

A plot method for the estimates produced by the estimation methods in Icens.

Description

Procduces nice plots of the estimated NPMLE.

Usage

plot.icsurv(x, type="eq", surv=FALSE, bounds=FALSE, shade=3, density=30,
angle=45, lty=1, new=TRUE, xlab="Time", ylab="Probability", main="GMLE",
ltybnds=2, ...)

Arguments

x The estimate of the NPMLE.
type Three options, "eq" for equivalence call, "gw" for the Groeneboom-Wellner estimate, and "lc" for the left-continuous estimate.
surv ~~Describe surv here~~
bounds ~~Describe bounds here~~
shade ~~Describe shade here~~
density ~~Describe density here~~
angle ~~Describe angle here~~
lty ~~Describe lty here~~
new ~~Describe new here~~
xlab ~~Describe xlab here~~
ylab ~~Describe ylab here~~
main ~~Describe main here~~
ltybnds ~~Describe ltybnds here~~
... ~~Describe ... here~~

Value

No value is returned. A plot of the NPMLE is made on the active graphics device.

Author(s)

Alain Vandal and Robert Gentleman.

See Also

VEM, ISDM, EMICM, PGM

Examples

    data(cosmesis)
    csub1 <- subset(cosmesis, subset=Trt==0, select=c(L,R))
    e1 <- VEM(csub1)
    par(mfrow=c(2,2))
    plot(e1)
    data(pruitt)
    e2 <- EM(csub1)
    plot(e2)
    e3 <- PGM(csub1)
    plot(e3)
    e4 <- EMICM(csub1)
    plot(e4)

[Package Icens version 0.5 Index]