edaPlot(dataFrame)

Use an interactive, exploratory plot function with a click-interface and eight graphing options. The type of plots generated are printed out in the console. To exit, click "exit" on the plot.

- dataFrame – A data frame.

Example. Before using edaPlot, two outliers that truly don’t belong are removed from the marioKart data set, which is a data set concerning Ebay auctions of Mario Kart games on Ebay. (See Chapter 8 of

*OpenIntro Statistics*.) By clicking on the options (axes left of variables or the plotting types), I generated seven interesting exploratory plots in under 2 minutes without any typing.> > #install.packages("openintro") > library(openintro) Please visit openintro.org for free statistics materials Attaching package: ‘openintro’ The following object(s) are masked from ‘package:datasets’: cars > > data(marioKart) > mk <- marioKart[marioKart$totalPr < 100,] > edaPlot(mk) warning: x and/or y is not numerical, i.e. this plot may not look like a scatterplot. x-y x-y warning: x and/or y is not numerical, i.e. this plot may not look like a scatterplot. x-y x-y warning: x and/or y is not numerical, i.e. this plot may not look like a scatterplot. x-y warning: x and/or y is not numerical, i.e. this plot may not look like a scatterplot. plot x was put into a table before being loaded into barplot(). plot plot x-y warning: data coerced into numeric status. plot x was put into a table before being loaded into barplot(). x-y both variables put into tables before being loaded into barplot(). plot plot both variables put into tables before being loaded into barplot(). plot plot warning: variables must be numeric to fit a line. x-y warning: variables must be numeric to fit a line. x-y warning: variables must be numeric to fit a line. x-y exit >