plot_mosaic drew a mosaic plot that represents the proportions of frequencies in the current population as relatives sizes of rectangular areas.

plot_mosaic(prev = num$prev, sens = num$sens, mirt = NA,
  spec = num$spec, fart = NA, N = num$N, by = "cddc",
  show_accu = TRUE, w_acc = 0.5, title_lbl = txt$scen_lbl,
  col_sdt = c(pal["hi"], pal["mi"], pal["fa"], pal["cr"]))

Arguments

prev

The condition's prevalence prev.

sens

The decision's sensitivity sens.

mirt

The decision's miss rate mirt.

spec

The decision's specificity value spec.

fart

The decision's false alarm rate fart.

N

The number of individuals in the population.

by

A character code specifying the perspective (or categories by which the population is split into subsets) with 3 options:

  1. "cddc" ... by condition x decision;

  2. "dccd" ... by decision x condition;

  3. "cdac" ... by condition x accuracy.

show_accu

Option for showing current and exact accuracy metrics accu in the plot.

w_acc

Weighting parameter w used to compute weighted accuracy.

title_lbl

Text label for current plot title.

col_sdt

Colors for cases of 4 essential frequencies. Default: col_sdt = c(pal["hi"], pal["mi"], pal["fa"], pal["cr"]).

Details

plot_mosaic is deprecated -- please use plot_area instead.

See also

plot_area is the new version of this function.

Other visualization functions: plot.riskyr, plot_area, plot_bar, plot_curve, plot_fnet, plot_icons, plot_plane, plot_prism, plot_tab, plot_tree

Examples

plot_mosaic() # plot with default options
#> Function 'plot_mosaic' is deprecated; using 'plot_area' instead.