Plot all or a subset of the points of an ENAplot using the plotly plotting library

ena.plot.points(
  enaplot,
  points = NULL,
  point.size = enaplot$point$size,
  labels = NULL,
  label.offset = "top left",
  label.group = NULL,
  label.font.size = NULL,
  label.font.color = NULL,
  label.font.family = NULL,
  shape = "circle",
  colors = NULL,
  confidence.interval.values = NULL,
  confidence.interval = c("none", "crosshairs", "box"),
  outlier.interval.values = NULL,
  outlier.interval = c("none", "crosshairs", "box"),
  show.legend = T,
  legend.name = "Points",
  texts = NULL,
  ...
)

Arguments

enaplot

ENAplot object to use for plotting

points

A dataframe of matrix where the first two column are X and Y coordinates

point.size

A data.frame or matrix where the first two column are X and Y coordinates of points to plot in a projected ENA space defined in ENAplot

labels

A character vector of point labels, length nrow(points); default: NULL

label.offset

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

label.group

A string used to group the labels in the legend. Items plotted with the same label.group will show/hide together when clicked within the legend.

label.font.size

An integer which determines the font size for point labels, default: enaplot$font.size

label.font.color

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

label.font.family

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

shape

A character which determines the shape of point markers, choices: square, triangle, diamond, circle, default: circle

colors

A character vector of the point marker colors; if one given it is used for all, otherwise must be same length as points; default: black

confidence.interval.values

A matrix/dataframe where columns are CI x and y values for each point

confidence.interval

A character determining markings to use for confidence intervals, choices: none, box, crosshair, default: none

outlier.interval.values

A matrix/dataframe where columns are OI x and y values for each point

outlier.interval

A character determining markings to use for outlier interval, choices: none, box, crosshair, default: none

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

texts

[TBD]

...

additional parameters addressed in inner function

Value

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

See also

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) group1.points = set$points[set$meta.data$Condition == "FirstGame",] group2.points = set$points[set$meta.data$Condition == "SecondGame",] plot = ena.plot.points(plot, points = group1.points); plot = ena.plot.points(plot, points = group2.points); print(plot);