When x is a row selected from an mmkin object (`[.mmkin`

), the
same model fitted for at least one dataset is shown. When it is a column,
the fit of at least one model to the same dataset is shown.

```
# S3 method for mmkin
plot(
x,
main = "auto",
legends = 1,
resplot = c("time", "errmod"),
ylab = "Residue",
standardized = FALSE,
show_errmin = TRUE,
errmin_var = "All data",
errmin_digits = 3,
cex = 0.7,
rel.height.middle = 0.9,
ymax = "auto",
...
)
```

## Arguments

- x
An object of class `mmkin`

, with either one row or one
column.

- main
The main title placed on the outer margin of the plot.

- legends
An index for the fits for which legends should be shown.

- resplot
Should the residuals plotted against time, using
`mkinresplot`

, or as squared residuals against predicted
values, with the error model, using `mkinerrplot`

.

- ylab
Label for the y axis.

- standardized
Should the residuals be standardized? This option
is passed to `mkinresplot`

, it only takes effect if
`resplot = "time"`

.

- show_errmin
Should the chi2 error level be shown on top of the plots
to the left?

- errmin_var
The variable for which the FOCUS chi2 error value should
be shown.

- errmin_digits
The number of significant digits for rounding the FOCUS
chi2 error percentage.

- cex
Passed to the plot functions and `mtext`

.

- rel.height.middle
The relative height of the middle plot, if more
than two rows of plots are shown.

- ymax
Maximum y axis value for `plot.mkinfit`

.

- ...
Further arguments passed to `plot.mkinfit`

and
`mkinresplot`

.

## Value

The function is called for its side effect.

## Details

If the current plot device is a `tikz`

device, then
latex is being used for the formatting of the chi2 error level.

## Examples

```
# \dontrun{
# Only use one core not to offend CRAN checks
fits <- mmkin(c("FOMC", "HS"),
list("FOCUS B" = FOCUS_2006_B, "FOCUS C" = FOCUS_2006_C), # named list for titles
cores = 1, quiet = TRUE, error_model = "tc")
#> Warning: Optimisation did not converge:
#> iteration limit reached without convergence (10)
plot(fits[, "FOCUS C"])
plot(fits["FOMC", ])
plot(fits["FOMC", ], show_errmin = FALSE)
# We can also plot a single fit, if we like the way plot.mmkin works, but then the plot
# height should be smaller than the plot width (this is not possible for the html pages
# generated by pkgdown, as far as I know).
plot(fits["FOMC", "FOCUS C"]) # same as plot(fits[1, 2])
# Show the error models
plot(fits["FOMC", ], resplot = "errmod")
# }
```