Plot a point based on a summary statistic computed from a given method (typically, mean) for a set of points in a projected ENA space

ena.plot.group(
  enaplot,
  points = NULL,
  method = "mean",
  labels = NULL,
  colors = default.colors[1],
  shape = c("square", "triangle-up", "diamond", "circle"),
  confidence.interval = c("none", "crosshairs", "box"),
  outlier.interval = c("none", "crosshairs", "box"),
  label.offset = "bottom right",
  label.font.size = NULL,
  label.font.color = NULL,
  label.font.family = NULL,
  show.legend = T,
  legend.name = NULL,
  ...
)

Arguments

enaplot

ENAplot object to use for plotting

points

A matrix or data.frame where columns contain coordinates of points in a projected ENA space

method

A function for computing a summary statistic for each column of points

labels

A character which will be the label for the group's point

colors

A character, determines color of the group's point, default: enaplot$color

shape

A character, determines shape of the group's point, choices: square, triangle, diamond, circle, default: square

confidence.interval

A character that determines how the confidence interval is displayed, choices: none, box, crosshair, default: none

outlier.interval

A character that determines how outlier interval is displayed, choices: none, box, crosshair, default: none

label.offset

character: top left (default), top center, top right, middle left, middle center, middle right, bottom left, bottom center, bottom right

label.font.size

An integer which determines the font size for label, default: enaplot\$font.size

label.font.color

A character which determines the color of label, default: enaplot\$font.color

label.font.family

A character which determines font type, choices: Arial, Courier New, Times New Roman, default: enaplot\$font.family

show.legend

Logical indicating whether to show the point labels in the in legend

legend.name

Character indicating the name to show above the plot legend

...

Additional parameters

Value

The ENAplot provided to the function, with its plot updated to include the new group point.

Details

Plots a point based on a summary statistic for a group (typically, mean)

See also

ena.plot, ena.plot.points

Examples

data(RS.data) codeNames = c('Data','Technical.Constraints','Performance.Parameters', 'Client.and.Consultant.Requests','Design.Reasoning','Collaboration'); accum = ena.accumulate.data( units = RS.data[,c("UserName","Condition")], conversation = RS.data[,c("Condition","GroupName")], metadata = RS.data[,c("CONFIDENCE.Change","CONFIDENCE.Pre","CONFIDENCE.Post")], codes = RS.data[,codeNames], window.size.back = 4 ) set = ena.make.set( enadata = accum, rotation.by = ena.rotate.by.mean, rotation.params = list( accum$meta.data$Condition=="FirstGame", accum$meta.data$Condition=="SecondGame" ) ) plot = ena.plot(set) unitNames = set$enadata$units ### Plot Condition 1 Group Mean plot = ena.plot.group(plot, as.matrix(set$points$Condition$FirstGame), labels = "FirstGame", colors = "red", confidence.interval = "box") ### plot Condition 2 Group Mean plot = ena.plot.group(plot, as.matrix(set$points$Condition$SecondGame), labels = "SecondGame", colors = "blue", confidence.interval = "box") print(plot);