# bivariateNormal

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##### Plot the bivariate normal density using wireframe for specified rho.

Plot the bivariate normal density using wireframe for specified rho. There is a shiny app that allows this to be done dynamically.

Keywords
shiny, hplot
##### Usage
bivariateNormal(rho = 0, layout = c(3, 3), lwd = 0.2,
angle = c(22.5, 67.5, 112.5, 337.5, 157.5, 292.5, 247.5, 202.5),
col.regions = trellis.par.get("regions")$col, ...) ##### Arguments rho Correlation between$x$and$y\$.

layout, lwd

Standard lattice arguments.

angle

This is used as the z component of the screen argument to panel.wireframe.

col.regions, …

See wireframe.

##### Details

The default setting shows the view as seen from a series of eight angles. To see just a single view, see the example.

##### Value

"trellis" object.

##### Note

Based on the galaxy example on pages 204--205 in S \& S-PLUS Trellis Graphics User's Manual, Richard A. Becker and William S. Cleveland (1996), http://www.albany.edu/acc/courses/acc522fall2007/lecturenotes/trellis.usermanual.pdf.

##### Aliases
• bivariateNormal
##### Examples
# NOT RUN {
bv8 <- bivariateNormal(.7)  ## all views on one page
bv8
update(bv8[3], layout=c(1,1)) ## one panel
# }
# NOT RUN {
shiny::runApp(file.path(system.file(package="HH"), "shiny/bivariateNormal")) ## 3D
shiny::runApp(system.file("shiny/bivariateNormalScatterplot", package="HH")) ## scatterplota
# }

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