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Panel functions for likert that include a stackWidth argument

panel.barchart2 is based on panel.barchart The changes are * the heights in each horizontal stacked bar are constant. * the widths in each vertical stacked bar are constant. * the panel.barchart heights and widths are based on the box.width argument. * the panel.barchart2 heights and widths when stack==TRUE are also based on the new stackWidth argument. panel.likert calls panel.barchart2 scaling of stackWidth: stackWidth <- stackWidth/mean(stackWidth) ## and maybe smaller with another /2

Keywords
dplot
Usage
panel.barchart2(x, y, box.ratio = 1, box.width = box.ratio/(1 + box.ratio),
    horizontal = TRUE, origin = NULL, reference = TRUE, stack = FALSE,
    groups = NULL,
    col = if (is.null(groups)) plot.polygon$col else superpose.polygon$col,
    border = if (is.null(groups)) plot.polygon$border else superpose.polygon$border,
    lty = if (is.null(groups)) plot.polygon$lty else superpose.polygon$lty,
    lwd = if (is.null(groups)) plot.polygon$lwd else superpose.polygon$lwd,
    ..., identifier = "barchart",
          stackWidth=NULL)

panel.likert(..., horizontal=TRUE, reference.line.col="gray65")
Arguments
x, y, box.ratio, box.width, horizontal, origin, reference, stack, groups, col
See panel.barchart.
border, lty, lwd, identifier
See panel.barchart.
...
Extra arguments, if any, for panel.barchart.
stackWidth
Heights in each horizontal stacked bar, when stack=TRUE, are constant and specified by this argument. We recommend starting with stackWidth <- stackWidth/mean(stackWidth) and adjusting as seems appropriate.
reference.line.col
See likert.
See Also

likert

Aliases
  • panel.likert
  • panel.barchart2
Documentation reproduced from package HH, version 3.1-25, License: GPL (>= 2)

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