m.weldon at lancaster.ac.uk
Thu Aug 9 15:05:59 CEST 2012
I'm answering based on experience with seqedplot, but it should be the same. If your group argument is just a vector of cluster assignments such as the result of a PAM clustering, for example:
cluster4 <- pam(dd, diss=TRUE, k=4, cluster.only=TRUE) #where "dd" is the dissimilarity matrix
then to plot only one group you should be able to input something like:
Is that helpful?
From: traminer-users-bounces at lists.r-forge.r-project.org [mailto:traminer-users-bounces at lists.r-forge.r-project.org] On Behalf Of Maximilian Rothfuß
Sent: 09 August 2012 12:12
To: traminer-users at lists.r-forge.r-project.org
Subject: [Traminer-users] seqplot
Hello all together
In my analysis I remarked that there is no possibility within the 'seqdplot´ - function for plotting just one level of the factor given by the `group` argument. Further I couldn´t find any solution for that problem, so I wrote a large function containing some loops, very complicated.
It works but it's takes so much time...
Of course, I know that it's possible to get the rigt group by seperating them like:
mvad.seq <- seqdef(mvad, 17:86)
## Using the group argument
## Plotting groups separately
But if the grouping is a result from a cluster analysis, you cannot plot just one certin group.
Did I overlook somthing within the code of seqdplot or TraMineR?
Thank you in anticipation!
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