The intention of this vignette is to show how to plot different
styles of contour plot using the BCEA package and the
To calculate these in BCEA we use the
The plot defaults to base R plotting. Type of plot can be set
explicitly using the
User-defined contour levels can be provided. The
nlevels arguments specify the quantiles or number of
levels. The base R levels arguments are kept for back-compatibility and
ggplot2 style arguments are used in the associated
Other plotting arguments can be specified such as title, line colour and thickness and type of point.
contour2() function is essentially a
ceplane.plot() with the addition of contour
Other plotting arguments can be specified in exactly the same way as above.
This situation is when there are more than two interventions to consider.
Because there are multiple groups then the quadrant annotation is omitted.
scale argument determines the smoothness of the
The quantiles or number of levels.
Again, this applies to the
contour2() version of contour
The styling of the plot for multiple comparisons can specifically change the colour and point type for each comparison.