Plot Methods for Surveillance Time-Series Objects
This page gives an overview of plot types
for objects of class
# S4 method for sts,missing plot(x, type = observed ~ time | unit, ...)
an object of class
arguments passed to the
type-specific plot function.
There are various types of plots which can be produced from an
"sts" object. The
type argument specifies the desired
plot as a formula, which defaults to
observed ~ time | unit,
i.e., plot the time series of each unit separately. Arguments to
specific plot functions can be passed as further arguments (...).
The following list describes the plot variants:
observed ~ time | unit
The default type shows
ncol(x)plots, each containing the time series of one observational unit. The actual plotting per unit is done by the function
stsplot_time1, called sequentially from
A ggplot2-based alternative for this type of plot is provided through an
observed ~ time
The observations in
aggregatedover units and the resulting univariate time-series is plotted via the function
alarm ~ time
Generates a so called alarmplot for a multivariate
stsobject. For each time point and each series it is shown whether there is an alarm. In case of hierarchical surveillance the user can pass an additional argument
lvl, which is a vector of the same length as rows in
xspecifying for each time series its level.
observed ~ unit
produces a map of counts (or incidence) per region aggregated over time. See
stsplot_spacefor optional arguments, details and examples.
observed ~ 1 | unit
old version of the map plot, via the deprecated
type = observed ~ unitinstead.
observed ~ 1 | unit * time
old version for animated maps via the deprecated
stsplot_spacetimefunction. Use the
the documentation of the individual plot types
as well as the