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David Zelený
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 ====== pairs (with panel functions) ====== ====== pairs (with panel functions) ======
-**Author: Gillet**+**Author: Francois Gillet**
  
 Draws advanced pairplot (see example below). Based on the base function ''pairs'', with original code written by R-code members and panel functions added by Francois Gillet. Draws advanced pairplot (see example below). Based on the base function ''pairs'', with original code written by R-code members and panel functions added by Francois Gillet.
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 {{:obrazky:pairs_chem_1.png?direct|}} {{:obrazky:pairs_chem_1.png?direct|}}
  
-Panels in the upper triangle = correlation coefficients with results of significance testing (displayed by the number of stars), red for negative and blue for positive relationships, values in bold are significant at least at P < 0.05). Panels on diagonal = histograms of distribution. Panels on lower triangle = scatterplot with loess smoother curve.+Panels in the upper triangle = correlation coefficients with results of significance testing (displayed by the number of stars), red for positive and blue for negative relationships, values in bold are significant at least at P < 0.05). Panels on diagonal = histograms of distribution. Panels on lower triangle = scatterplot with loess smoother curve.
  
 Most of the variables need to be log-transformed (they have heavily right-skewed distribution); after the log-transformation, the result looks like this: Most of the variables need to be log-transformed (they have heavily right-skewed distribution); after the log-transformation, the result looks like this:
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