Part of the flowHistory system. The four statistics are 1-day maximum, annual mean, annual 7-day minimum, and the running standard deviation of the log daily discharge values.

Although there are a lot of optional arguments to this function, most are set to a logical default.

Data come from named list, which contains a Daily dataframe with the daily flow data, and an INFO dataframe with metadata. Each graph shows a loess smooth of the data that are plotted.

```
plotFour(eList, yearStart = NA, yearEnd = NA, printTitle = TRUE,
runoff = FALSE, qUnit = 1, window = 15, cex = 0.8, cex.axis = 1.2,
cex.main = 1.2, col = "black", lwd = 1, ...)
```

- eList
named list with at least Daily and INFO dataframes

- yearStart
A numeric value for year in which the graph should start, default is NA, which indicates that the graph should start with first annual value

- yearEnd
A numeric value for year in which the graph should end, default is NA, which indicates that the graph should end with last annual value

- printTitle
logical variable, if TRUE title is printed, if FALSE title is not printed, default is TRUE

- runoff
logical variable, if TRUE the streamflow data are converted to runoff values in mm/day

- qUnit
object of qUnit class

`printqUnitCheatSheet`

, or numeric represented the short code, or character representing the descriptive name.- window
numeric which is the full width, in years, of the time window over which the standard deviation is computed, default = 15

- cex
numerical value giving the amount by which plotting symbols should be magnified

- cex.axis
magnification to be used for axis annotation relative to the current setting of cex

- cex.main
magnification to be used for main titles relative to the current setting of cex

- col
color of points on plot, see ?par 'Color Specification'

- lwd
number line width. Default is 1.

- ...
arbitrary graphical parameters that will be passed to genericEGRETDotPlot function (see ?par for options)

`plotFlowSingle`

```
eList <- Choptank_eList
# \donttest{
#Water year:
plotFour(eList)
# Graphs consisting of Jun-Aug
eList <- setPA(eList,paStart=6,paLong=3)
plotFour(eList)
# }
```

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