This function adds one or multiple estimated regression lines to an existing probability plot (plot_prob). Depending on the output of the functions rank_regression, ml_estimation, mixmod_regression or mixmod_em one or multiple lines are plotted.

plot_mod(p_obj, x, ...)

# S3 method for wt_model
plot_mod(p_obj, x, title_trace = "Fit", ...)



A plot object returned by plot_prob.


A list with class wt_model returned by rank_regression, ml_estimation, mixmod_regression or mixmod_em.


Further arguments passed to or from other methods. Currently not used.


A character string which is assigned to the legend trace.


A plot object containing the probability plot with plotting positions and the estimated regression line(s).


The name of the legend entry is a combination of the title_trace and the number of determined subgroups from mixmod_regression or mixmod_em. If title_trace = "Line" and the data could be split in two groups, the legend entries would be "Line: 1" and "Line: 2".


Meeker, William Q; Escobar, Luis A., Statistical methods for reliability data, New York: Wiley series in probability and statistics, 1998


# Reliability data: data <- reliability_data(data = alloy, x = cycles, status = status) # Probability estimation: prob_tbl <- estimate_cdf(data, methods = c("johnson", "kaplan")) ## Rank Regression # Example 1 - Probability Plot and Regression Line Three-Parameter-Weibull: plot_weibull <- plot_prob(prob_tbl, distribution = "weibull") rr_weibull <- rank_regression(prob_tbl, distribution = "weibull3") plot_reg_weibull <- plot_mod(p_obj = plot_weibull, x = rr_weibull) # Example 2 - Probability Plot and Regression Line Three-Parameter-Lognormal: plot_lognormal <- plot_prob(prob_tbl, distribution = "lognormal") rr_lognormal <- rank_regression(prob_tbl, distribution = "lognormal3") plot_reg_lognormal <- plot_mod(p_obj = plot_lognormal, x = rr_lognormal) ## ML Estimation # Example 3 - Probability Plot and Regression Line Two-Parameter-Weibull: plot_weibull <- plot_prob(prob_tbl, distribution = "weibull") ml_weibull_2 <- ml_estimation(data, distribution = "weibull") plot_reg_weibull_2 <- plot_mod(p_obj = plot_weibull, ml_weibull_2) ## Mixture Identification # Reliability data: data_mix <- reliability_data(voltage, x = hours, status = status) # Probability estimation: prob_mix <- estimate_cdf( data_mix, methods = c("johnson", "kaplan", "nelson") ) # Example 4 - Probability Plot and Regression Line Mixmod Regression: mix_mod_rr <- mixmod_regression(prob_mix, distribution = "weibull") plot_weibull <- plot_prob(mix_mod_rr) plot_reg_mix_mod_rr <- plot_mod(p_obj = plot_weibull, x = mix_mod_rr) # Example 5 - Probability Plot and Regression Line Mixmod EM: mix_mod_em <- mixmod_em(data_mix) plot_weibull <- plot_prob(mix_mod_em) plot_reg_mix_mod_em <- plot_mod(p_obj = plot_weibull, x = mix_mod_em)