qgraph.svg {qgraph} | R Documentation |

IMPORTANT NOTE: RSVGTipsDevice is a 32-bit only package, so SVG functionality is not available in 64bit versions of R.

This function makes a series of SVG images with hyperlinks to each other using the RSVGTipsDevice package (Plate, 2009).
The arguments are the same as `qgraph`

except that some arguments
can be assigned a vector with multiple options.

qgraph.svg( input, layout=c( "circular", "spring" ), graph=c( "association", "concentration", "factorial" ), cut=c( 0, 0.2, 0.3, 0.5), filename="qgraph", title="qgraph output", nfact=round(ncol(input)/2,0), tooltips=NULL, ... )

`input` |
A weights matrix (correlation matrix is recommended). See |

`layout` |
The layout of the graph, see |

`graph` |
The graph to be made based on the correlation matrix. See |

`cut` |
The cutoff score. See |

`filename` |
The name of the SVG files. |

`title` |
The title that will be printed at the top of the pictures |

`nfact` |
The number of factors that will be used in the EFA that makes the factorial graph. See |

`tooltips` |
A vector with for each node the tooltip to be used. |

`...` |
Additional arguments that are passed to |

This function works the same as `qgraph`

except that the arguments 'layout', 'graph' and 'cut' can be given
a vector with multiple options. The RSVGTipsDevice package (Plate, 2009) is used to accomplish this. A
SVG picture will be created for each combination of the arguments 'layout', 'graph' and 'cut', with hyperlinks between
them

Sacha Epskamp (qgraph@sachaepskamp.com)

Sacha Epskamp, Angelique O. J. Cramer, Lourens J. Waldorp, Verena D. Schmittmann, Denny Borsboom (2012). qgraph: Network Visualizations of Relationships in Psychometric Data. Journal of Statistical Software, 48(4), 1-18. URL http://www.jstatsoft.org/v48/i04/.

Plate, T. <tplate@acm.org> and based on RSvgDevice by T Jake Luciani <jakeluciani@yahoo.com> (2009). RSVGTipsDevice: An R SVG graphics device with dynamic tips and hyperlinks. R package version 1.0-1.

```
## Not run:
##D #### VISUALIZE CORRELATION MATRIX ###
##D eta=matrix(rnorm(200*5),ncol=5)
##D lam=matrix(0,nrow=100,ncol=5)
##D for (i in 1:5) lam[(20*i-19):(20*i),i]=rnorm(20,0.7,0.3)
##D eps=matrix(rnorm(200*100),ncol=100)
##D Y=eta%*%t(lam)+eps
##D
##D tooltips=paste("item",1:100)
##D groups=list(1:20,21:40,41:60,61:80,81:100)
##D names(groups)=paste("Factor",LETTERS[1:5])
##D # Run qgraph:
##D qgraph.svg(cor(Y),groups=groups,tooltips=tooltips,vsize=3)
## End(Not run)
```

[Package *qgraph* version 1.2 Index]