Plots a heatmap.

## Usage

```
plot_heatmap(object, ...)
# S4 method for matrix
plot_heatmap(
object,
col = grDevices::hcl.colors(12, "YlOrBr", rev = TRUE),
diag = TRUE,
upper = TRUE,
lower = TRUE,
freq = FALSE,
margin = 1,
fixed_ratio = TRUE,
axes = TRUE,
legend = TRUE,
...
)
# S4 method for data.frame
plot_heatmap(
object,
col = grDevices::hcl.colors(12, "YlOrBr", rev = TRUE),
diag = TRUE,
upper = TRUE,
lower = TRUE,
freq = FALSE,
margin = 1,
fixed_ratio = TRUE,
axes = TRUE,
legend = TRUE,
...
)
# S4 method for dist
plot_heatmap(
object,
col = grDevices::hcl.colors(12, "YlOrBr", rev = TRUE),
diag = FALSE,
upper = FALSE,
lower = !upper,
axes = TRUE,
legend = TRUE,
...
)
```

## Arguments

- object
A \(m \times p\)

`numeric`

`matrix`

or`data.frame`

of count data (absolute frequencies giving the number of individuals for each category, i.e. a contingency table).- ...
Currently not used.

- col
A vector of colors.

- diag
A

`logical`

scalar indicating whether the diagonal of the matrix should be plotted. Only used if`object`

is a symmetric matrix.- upper
A

`logical`

scalar indicating whether the upper triangle of the matrix should be plotted. Only used if`object`

is a symmetric matrix.- lower
A

`logical`

scalar indicating whether the lower triangle of the matrix should be plotted. Only used if`object`

is a symmetric matrix.- freq
A

`logical`

scalar indicating whether conditional proportions given`margins`

should be used (i.e. entries of`object`

, divided by the appropriate marginal sums).- margin
An

`integer`

vector giving the margins to split by:`1`

indicates individuals/rows (the default),`2`

indicates variables/columns. Only used if`freq`

is`TRUE`

.- fixed_ratio
A

`logical`

scalar: should a fixed aspect ratio (1) be used?- axes
A

`logical`

scalar: should axes be drawn on the plot? It will omit labels where they would abut or overlap previously drawn labels.- legend
A

`logical`

scalar: should a legend be displayed?

## Value

`plot_heatmap()`

is called for its side-effects: it results in a graphic
being displayed (invisibly returns `object`

).

## See also

Other plot methods:
`matrigraph()`

,
`plot_bertin()`

,
`plot_diceleraas()`

,
`plot_ford()`

,
`plot_rank()`

,
`plot_spot()`

,
`seriograph()`

## Examples

```
## Data from Conkey 1980, Kintigh 1989
data("cantabria")
## Plot raw data
plot_heatmap(cantabria)
## Plot conditional proportions
plot_heatmap(cantabria, freq = TRUE, margin = 1)
plot_heatmap(cantabria, freq = TRUE, margin = 2)
```