rpact: Confirmatory Adaptive Clinical Trial Design and Analysis


plot.TrialDesignPlan {rpact}R Documentation

Trial Design Plan Plotting

Description

Plots a trial design plan.

Usage

## S3 method for class 'TrialDesignPlan'
plot(
  x,
  y,
  ...,
  main = NA_character_,
  xlab = NA_character_,
  ylab = NA_character_,
  type = ifelse(x$.design$kMax == 1, 5L, 1L),
  palette = "Set1",
  theta = seq(-1, 1, 0.01),
  plotPointsEnabled = NA,
  legendPosition = NA_integer_,
  showSource = FALSE,
  grid = 1
)

Arguments

x

The trial design plan, obtained from
getSampleSizeMeans,
getSampleSizeRates,
getSampleSizeSurvival,
getPowerMeans,
getPowerRates or
getPowerSurvival.

y

Not available for this kind of plot (is only defined to be compatible to the generic plot function).

...

Optional plot arguments. At the moment xlim and ylim are implemented for changing x or y axis limits without dropping data observations.

main

The main title.

xlab

The x-axis label.

ylab

The y-axis label.

type

The plot type (default = 1). The following plot types are available:

  • 1: creates a 'Boundaries' plot

  • 2: creates a 'Boundaries Effect Scale' plot

  • 3: creates a 'Boundaries p Values Scale' plot

  • 4: creates a 'Error Spending' plot

  • 5: creates a 'Sample Size' or 'Overall Power and Early Stopping' plot

  • 6: creates a 'Number of Events' or 'Sample Size' plot

  • 7: creates an 'Overall Power' plot

  • 8: creates an 'Overall Early Stopping' plot

  • 9: creates an 'Expected Number of Events' or 'Expected Sample Size' plot

  • 10: creates a 'Study Duration' plot

  • 11: creates an 'Expected Number of Subjects' plot

  • 12: creates an 'Analysis Times' plot

  • 13: creates a 'Cumulative Distribution Function' plot

  • 14: creates a 'Survival Function' plot

  • "all": creates all available plots and returns it as a grid plot or list

palette

The palette, default is "Set1".

theta

A vector of standardized effect sizes (theta values), default is a sequence from -1 to 1.

plotPointsEnabled

If TRUE, additional points will be plotted.

legendPosition

The position of the legend. By default (NA_integer_) the algorithm tries to find a suitable position. Choose one of the following values to specify the position manually:

  • -1: no legend will be shown

  • NA: the algorithm tries to find a suitable position

  • 0: legend position outside plot

  • 1: legend position left top

  • 2: legend position left center

  • 3: legend position left bottom

  • 4: legend position right top

  • 5: legend position right center

  • 6: legend position right bottom

showSource

If TRUE, the parameter names of the object will be printed which were used to create the plot; that may be, e.g., useful to check the values or to create own plots with the base R plot function. Alternatively showSource can be defined as one of the following character values:

  • "commands": returns a character vector with plot commands

  • "axes": returns a list with the axes definitions

  • "test": all plot commands will be validated with eval(parse()) and returned as character vector (function does not stop if an error occurs)

  • "validate": all plot commands will be validated with eval(parse()) and returned as character vector (function stops if an error occurs)

Note: no plot object will be returned if showSource is a character.

grid

An integer value specifying the output of multiple plots. By default (1) a list of ggplot objects will be returned. If a grid value > 1 was specified, a grid plot will be returned if the number of plots is <= specified grid value; a list of ggplot objects will be returned otherwise. If grid = 0 is specified, all plots will be created using print command and a list of ggplot objects will be returned invisible. Note that one of the following packages must be installed to create a grid plot: 'ggpubr', 'gridExtra', or 'cowplot'.

Details

Generic function to plot all kinds of trial design plans.

Value

Returns a ggplot2 object.

Examples


if (require(ggplot2)) plot(getSampleSizeMeans())



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