# lmplot

##### Four types of residual plots for linear models.

Four types of residual plots for linear models. The first three are redesigns of
plots that `stats:::plot.lm`

presents.
The first two show the positive residuals in `col[2]`

and the
negative residuals
in color `col[1]`

. The third and fourth use color `col[1]`

.
The fourth is based on an S-Plus
panel that R\ doesn't provide.

- Keywords
- dplot

##### Usage

```
lmplot(lm.object, ..., main=NULL,
col=trellis.par.get("superpose.symbol")$col[1:2],
ylim=NULL)
```

##### Arguments

- lm.object
Linear model object. See

`lm`

for details.- col
Vector of color names. Only the first two are used. If not specified, then

`trellis.par.get("superpose.symbol")$col[1:2]`

is used.- main
standard

`main`

title for plots.- ylim
standard lattice argument. It is used as specified for the

`residVSfitted`

,`diagQQ`

, and`diagplot5new`

plots. For the`scaleLocation`

plot, the`ylim`

is modified to`c(0, max(abs(ylim)))`

. The main reason for using the`ylim`

argument is to allow visual comparison of the residuals for two different models on the same scale.- …
Other arguments, currently ignored.

##### Details

The trellis plots from the four functions `residVSfitted`

,
`scaleLocation`

, `diagQQ`

, `diagplot5new`

are displayed on the current device in a coordinated display.

##### Value

A list of three trellis objects is returned invisibly, the first
contains the result of `residVSfitted`

and
`scaleLocation`

together. The second `diagQQ`

,
and the third `diagplot5new`

.

##### See Also

##### Examples

```
# NOT RUN {
tmp <- data.frame(y=rnorm(100), x1=rnorm(100), x2=rnorm(100))
tmp.lm <- lm(y ~ x1 + x2, data=tmp)
lmplot(tmp.lm)
# }
```

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