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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} 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")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.} [object Object] likert dplot

Aliases
  • panel.likert
  • panel.barchart2
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