See `vignette("rank_visualizations")`

for
more details.
See the methods for `data_for_ecdf_plots()`

for available data formats.

```
plot_ecdf(
x,
variables = NULL,
K = NULL,
gamma = NULL,
prob = 0.95,
size = 1,
alpha = 0.33,
combine_variables = NULL,
ecdf_alpha = NULL,
...,
parameters = NULL
)
plot_ecdf_diff(
x,
variables = NULL,
K = NULL,
gamma = NULL,
prob = 0.95,
size = 1,
alpha = 0.33,
combine_variables = NULL,
ecdf_alpha = NULL,
...,
parameters = NULL
)
```

- x
object supporting the

`data_for_ecdf_plots()`

method.- variables
optional subset of variables to show in the plot

- K
number of uniformly spaced evaluation points for the ECDF or ECDFs. Affects the granularity of the plot and can significantly speed up the computation of the simultaneous confidence bands. Defaults to the smaller of number of ranks per variable and the maximum rank.

- gamma
TODO

- prob
the width of the plotted confidence interval for the ECDF.

- size
size passed to

`ggplot2::geom_ribbon()`

for the confidence band- alpha
alpha level of the confidence band

- combine_variables
optionally specify a named list where each entry is a character vectors which specifies a group of variables that will be displayed in the same panel. Panel title will be the name of the list element. A function that takes a character vector as an input and produces a list can also be specified (see combine-functions).

- ecdf_alpha
the alpha level of the empirical CDF. Can be either a single number or a function taking the number of variables that were combined (when

`combine_variables`

is specified) and returns a number. By default, plots showing many ECDFs will have reduced alpha.- ...
additional arguments passed to

`data_for_ecdf_plots()`

. Most notably, if`x`

is matrix, a`max_rank`

parameter needs to be given.- parameters
DEPRECATED, use

`variables`

instead.

arxiv::1903.08008 by A. Vehtari et al.