S3 method for class 'coleman'. plot.coleman
creates a
plot for objects of class coleman, using the R base plotting framework.
# S3 method for coleman plot( x, xlab = "Relative area (log transformed)", ylab = "Species richness", pch = 16, cex = 1.2, pcol = "black", cex.lab = 1.3, cex.axis = 1, lwd = 2, lcol1 = "black", lcol2 = "darkgrey", ModTitle = NULL, TiAdj = 0, TiLine = 0.5, cex.main = 1.5, ... )
x  An object of class 'coleman'. 

xlab  Title for the xaxis. 
ylab  Title for the yaxis. 
pch  Plotting character (for points). 
cex  A numerical vector giving the amount by which plotting symbols (points) should be scaled relative to the default. 
pcol  Colour of the points. 
cex.lab  The amount by which the the axis titles should be scaled relative to the default. 
cex.axis  The amount by which the the axis labels should be scaled relative to the default. 
lwd  Line width. 
lcol1  Line colour of the fitted model curve. 
lcol2  Line colour of the model standard deviation curves. 
ModTitle  Plot title (default is null, which equates to no main title). 
TiAdj  Which way the plot title (if included) is justified. 
TiLine  Places the plot title (if included) this many lines outwards from the plot edge. 
cex.main  The amount by which the the plot title (if included) should be scaled relative to the default. 
…  Further graphical parameters (see

The resultant plot contains the observed richness values with the model fit and confidence intervals. Following Wang et al. (2010), the model is rejected if more than a third of the observed data points fall beyond one standard deviation from the expected curve.