illustrate_extrapolation plots elements of extrapolations (e.g., marked points, reference lines) in the same style as illustrate_signal.

illustrate_extrapolation(
  df,
  dynamic_range,
  title = NULL,
  show_neighbors = TRUE,
  show_extrapolated_points_and_lines = TRUE,
  ...
)

Arguments

df

data.frame.The original data before extrapolation.

dynamic_range

numerical vector. The dynamic ranges of the input signal. Should be a 2-element numerical vector. c(low, high), where low is the negative max value the device can reach and high is the positive max value the device can reach.

title

Char. The title of the plot.

show_neighbors

bool. Show the points used for extrapolation if TRUE.

show_extrapolated_points_and_lines

bool. Show the extrapolated points and curves used for extrapolation.

...

Parameters that can be used to tune extrapolation, including spar, k, and noise_level. See extrapolate for explanations.

Value

ggplot2 graph object. The graph to be shown.

See also

Other visualization functions.: generate_interactive_plot(), illustrate_signal()

Examples

# Use the maxed-out data for the conceptual diagram df = conceptual_diagram_data[ conceptual_diagram_data['GRANGE'] == 2, c("HEADER_TIME_STAMP", "X")] # Plot extrapolation illustration using default settings illustrate_extrapolation(df, dynamic_range=c(-2,2))
#> Warning: collapsing to unique 'x' values
# Do not show neighbor points illustrate_extrapolation(df, dynamic_range=c(-2,2), show_neighbors=FALSE)
#> Warning: collapsing to unique 'x' values
# Do not show extrapolated points and lines illustrate_extrapolation(df, dynamic_range=c(-2,2), show_extrapolated_points_and_lines=FALSE)
#> Warning: collapsing to unique 'x' values