A 'ggplot2' Extension for Visualizing Density, Distribution, Hazard, or Survival Functions using the 'logspline' Package
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  1. % Generated by roxygen2: do not edit by hand
  2. % Please edit documentation in R/stat-logspline.R
  3. \docType{data}
  4. \name{StatLogspline}
  5. \alias{StatLogspline}
  6. \title{Base ggproto classes for gglogspline}
  7. \format{An object of class \code{StatLogspline} (inherits from \code{Stat}, \code{ggproto}, \code{gg}) of length 4.}
  8. \usage{
  9. StatLogspline
  10. }
  11. \description{
  12. Base ggproto classes for gglogspline
  13. }
  14. \section{Computed variables}{
  15. \itemize{
  16. \item \code{density} : the density estimate
  17. \item \code{count}: computed counts (similar to \code{\link[ggplots:stat_density]{ggplots::stat_density()}})
  18. \item \code{probs}: distribution function
  19. \item \code{survival}: survival function
  20. \item \code{hazard} : hazard function
  21. }
  22. By default the \code{y} aesthetic is mapped to \code{stat(density)}
  23. }
  24. \keyword{datasets}