# Plot method for numbers of clusters to extract or factors to retain

Source:`R/plot.n_factors.R`

`plot.see_n_factors.Rd`

The `plot()`

method for the `parameters::n_factors()`

and `parameters::n_clusters()`

## Arguments

- x
An object.

- data
The original data used to create this object. Can be a statistical model.

- type
Character vector, indicating the type of plot. Options are three different shapes to illustrate the degree of consensus between dimensionality methods for each number of factors;

`"bar"`

(default) for a bar chart,`"line"`

for a horizontal point and line chart, or`"area"`

for an area chart (frequency polygon).- size
Depending on

`type`

, a numeric value specifying size of bars, lines, or segments.- ...
Arguments passed to or from other methods.

## Examples

```
data(mtcars)
result <- parameters::n_factors(mtcars, type = "PCA")
result
#> # Method Agreement Procedure:
#>
#> The choice of 3 dimensions is supported by 5 (29.41%) methods out of 17 (Bartlett, CNG, Scree (SE), Scree (R2), Velicer's MAP).
plot(result) # type = "bar" by default
plot(result, type = "line")
plot(result, type = "area")
#> Warning: All aesthetics have length 1, but the data has 9 rows.
#> ℹ Did you mean to use `annotate()`?
#> Warning: All aesthetics have length 1, but the data has 9 rows.
#> ℹ Did you mean to use `annotate()`?
```