plot_tree {lazy.cluster}R Documentation

Plot Tree with Different Hieght and Labels

Description

Plot Tree with Different Hieght and Labels

Usage

plot_tree(obj = NULL, large = 0, height = "step", useid = 1,
  labels = NULL, hang = -1, ...)

Arguments

obj

An class hclust object

large

= 1 to plot large non abbreviated full tree

height

= "step" to use fusion step number as the height
= "rss" to use rss as the height
= "m2llh" to use minus twice the log likelihood (normal)
= "" to use default height

useid

= 0 to use original numeric observation numbers as labels
= 1 to use id variable stored in hclust object, if any

labels

A vector consisting new labels of the objects

hang

= An option to plot.hclust

...

Additional options to plot.hclust

Details

When the result of dhclust is used to draw a tree, if useid=1 is specified, the value of id specified by id= option of dhclust will be used as the labels.

Examples


resdhc22 <- dhclust( unidimdata, ndiv=2, plot=1, print=3
       , maxclustersize=2, method="LS" )
plot_tree( resdhc22, height="rss", large=1, frame.plot=1 )
plot_tree( resdhc22, height="rss", large=0, frame.plot=1 )
plot_tree( resdhc22, height="step", large=1, useid=1 )
plot_tree( resdhc22, height="step", large=0, useid=1 )

# from native hclust
reshc <- hclust( dist(unidimdata) )
plot_tree( reshc, height=0 )


[Package lazy.cluster version 0.1.2 Index]