[R] Hinton Diagram for a matrix of weights
Xavier Fernández i Marín
xfim.ll at gmail.com
Fri Dec 9 11:04:27 CET 2011
Jim Lemon vas escriure el dia dj, 08 des 2011:
> The Hinton diagram looks fairly close to an image plot, or the
> color2D.matplot function. The difference is that the area of the squares
> in the Hinton plot are proportional to some value rather than the color,
> which indicates the sign of the value. If you have no luck finding this,
> I think I could easily morph color2D.matplot into a Hinton diagram
> function.
I have tried the color2D.matplot() function and it works fine for what I
need now (checking matrices for my own use). However, it would be great if
R can have Hinton diagrams, and color2D.matplot would probably be the best
way to start. So I will appreciate very much if you can morph it.
Probably the single line to change will be the calls to hexagon() and
rect(), which will need some tunning. I will be glad to try to help.
Best,
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- Xavier -
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