`plot`

method for objects inheriting from class `"anscombe"`

.

# S3 method for anscombe
plot(x, input = FALSE, stats = TRUE, digits = 3, legend_args = list(), ...)

## Arguments

x |
an object of class `'anscombe'` , a result of a call to
`anscombise` or `mimic` . |

input |
A logical scalar. Should the old, input data, that is, the
Anscombe's dataset chosen for `anscombise` or the argument `x2` to
`mimic` , be plotted? If `old = FALSE` then the new, output data are
plotted. If `old = TRUE` then the old data are plotted. |

stats |
A logical scalar. Should the sample summary statistics
`n` , `means` , `variances` and `correlation` be added to the plot? |

digits |
An integer. The argument `digits` passed to `signif`
to round the values of the statistics before adding them to the plot. |

legend_args |
A list of arguments to be passed to
`legend` when `stats = TRUE` , especially
`legend_args$x` to control the position of the legend. |

... |
Further arguments to be passed to `plot` |

## Value

Nothing is returned.

## Details

This function is only applicable in 2 dimensions, that is,
when `length(attr(x, "new_stats")$means)`

= 2.

## Examples

See the examples in `anscombise`

and `mimic`

.

## See also