sort.associationMatrix

sort.associationMatrix

This function sorts an associationMatrix ascendingly or descendingly by one of its columns.

Keywords
~kwd1 , ~kwd2
Usage
# S3 method for associationMatrix
sort(x, decreasing = TRUE, byColumn = 1, ...)
Arguments
x

The associationMatrix object to sort.

decreasing

Whether to sort ascendingly (FALSE) or descending (TRUE).

byColumn

Which column to sort the matrix by, as an index.

Passed on to sort.

Details

Note that if the associationMatrix contains values of different effectsizes, the sorting may be misleading. For example, a value of Cohen's d of .45 is higher than a value of Pearson's r of .35, and so will end up higher in a 'decreasing' sort - even though the association represented by an r of .35 is stronger than that represented by a d of .45.

Furthermore, only asymmetrical associationMatrices can be sorted; sorting a symmetrical association matrix would also change the order of the columns, after all.

Value

The associationMatrix, but sorted.

See Also

associationMatrix

Aliases
  • sort.associationMatrix
Examples
# NOT RUN {
sort(associationMatrix(infert, y=c("parity", "age"),
                       x=c("induced", "case", "spontaneous"), colNames=TRUE));
# }
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