plot-methods {stats4} | R Documentation |

## Methods for Function 'plot' in Package 'stats4'

### Description

Plot profile likelihoods for `"mle"`

objects.

### Usage

## S4 method for signature 'profile.mle, missing':
plot(x, levels, conf = c(99, 95, 90, 80, 50)/100, nseg = 50,
absVal = TRUE, ...)

### Arguments

`x` |
an object of class `"profile.mle"` |

`levels` |
levels, on the scale of the absolute value of a t
statistic, at which to interpolate intervals. Usually `conf`
is used instead of giving `levels` explicitly. |

`conf` |
a numeric vector of confidence levels for profile-based
confidence intervals on the parameters. |

`nseg` |
an integer value giving the number of segments to use in
the spline interpolation of the profile t curves. |

`absVal` |
a logical value indicating whether or not the plots
should be on the scale of the absolute value of the profile t.
Defaults to `TRUE` . |

`...` |
other arguments to the `plot` function can be passed here. |

### Methods

- x = "ANY", y = "ANY"
- Generic function: see
`plot`

.
- x = "profile.mle", y = "missing"
- Plot likelihood profiles for
`x`

.

[Package

*stats4* version 2.2.1

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