shows a coxcomb plot, a special pie chart, where the frequency of an observed attribute is proportional to the area of the corresponding segment and the angles of the segments are all equal. Consequently, the frequency of the attribute is proportional to the square of the radius of the segment.
Plots impulse response functions (ir) of a K-dimensional VAR(p) optionally with up to four different confidence intervals or confidence limits. Different methods for computing confidence intervals for impulse responses are thus graphically comparable. Optionally, the appearance of the graphical out