l_plot
method for classical seasonal decomposition of a time series by moving averages (i.e. via decompose)l_plot.decomposed.ts.Rd
Creates a decomposed time series plot based on
objects of class decomposed.ts
# S3 method for decomposed.ts l_plot(x, y = NULL, xlabel = NULL, ylabel = NULL, title = NULL, tk_title = NULL, color = NULL, size = 1, lcolor = NULL, linewidth = 1, linkingGroup = NULL, showScales = TRUE, showGuides = TRUE, showLabels = TRUE, ...)
x  a 

y 

xlabel  the labels for the x axes. This is a length four character vector one for each: of the original
time series, the trend component, the seasonality component, and the remainder. If of length 1, the label is repeated; if 
ylabel  the labels for the vertical axes. This is a length four character vector one for each: of the original
time series, the trend component, the seasonality component, and the remainder. If 
title  an overall title for the entire display. If 
tk_title  provides an alternative window name to Tk's 
color  points colour of all time series. If 
size  points size of all time series. Default value is 1. 
lcolor  line colour of all time series. If 
linewidth  line width of all time series (incl. original and decomposed components. Default is 1. 
linkingGroup  name of linking group.
If 
showScales  a logical as to whether to display the scales on all axes, default is TRUE. 
showGuides  a logical as to whether to display background guide lines on all plots, default is TRUE. 
showLabels  a logical as to whether to display axes labels on all plots, default is TRUE. 
...  keyword value pairs passed off to 
A structure of class "l_ts"
containing four loon plots each representing a part of the decomposition
by name: "original", "trend", "seasonal", and "remainder".
Other twodimensional plotting functions: l_plot.default
,
l_plot.density
, l_plot.stl
,
l_plot
Other time series decomposition plotting functions: l_plot.stl
,
l_plot_ts
decompose < decompose(co2) p < l_plot(decompose, title = "Atmospheric carbon dioxide over Mauna Loa") # names of plots in the display names(p)#> [1] "original" "trend" "seasonal" "remainder"#> [1] "glyph" "itemLabel" "showItemLabels" "linkingGroup" #> [5] "linkingKey" "zoomX" "zoomY" "panX" #> [9] "panY" "deltaX" "deltaY" "xlabel" #> [13] "ylabel" "title" "showLabels" "showScales" #> [17] "swapAxes" "showGuides" "background" "foreground" #> [21] "guidesBackground" "guidelines" "minimumMargins" "labelMargins" #> [25] "scalesMargins" "x" "y" "xTemp" #> [29] "yTemp" "color" "selected" "active" #> [33] "size" "tag" "useLoonInspector" "selectBy" #> [37] "selectionLogic"# which can be set p$seasonal['color'] < "steelblue"