[R] Bubble chart
dwinsemius at comcast.net
Thu Mar 22 14:44:43 CET 2012
On Mar 22, 2012, at 12:22 AM, ens wrote:
> I have a matrix of p-values for for each explanatory variable. Each
> row is an
> area of the response variable and each column is an explanatory
> PSA pval_DOY pval_PDSIconcurrent
> pval_TMAXanomaly pval_FM100anomaly
> 1 NC06 0.96747495 0.6092668
> 0.9301115 0.99801334
> 2 NC04 0.04699659 0.2759152
> 0.6046828 0.03224094
> 3 NC01 0.71437394 0.9979173
> 0.9977558 0.99833623
> 4 NC08 0.67315904 0.9970511
> 0.7809994 0.99626038
> 5 NC07 0.55221280 0.5784208
> 0.3669491 0.34898877
> 6 NC05 0.52089881 0.7191645
> 0.4487460 0.94922430
> I want to create a visual display such that instead of #s for the p-
> I have a circle sized to represent the size of the p-value.
Wouldn't that convey exactly the wrong information? Unless that is p-
value has some sort of non-statistical meaning?
> symbolys() is what I've found to do this, but it isn't clear to me
> how to
> format the input for the function.
> Any suggestions? or help? Even a link if someone else has asked the
> and it's been answered would be helpful.
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David Winsemius, MD
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