"Animate"(x, negative = "blue", positive = "red", neutral = "yellow", edge.constant, wc.time = TRUE, time.constant = 2, title = NULL, digits = 3, current.color = "black", current.speaker.color = NULL, non.speaker.color = NA, ave.color.line = "red", as.network = TRUE, ...)
TRUEweights duration of frame by word count.
network = FALSE.
TRUEthe animation is a network plot. If
FALSEthe animation is a hybrid dot plot.
Animate.polarity - Animate a
polarity Method for Animate
The width of edges is based on words counts on that edge until that
moment divided by total number of words used until that moment. Thicker
edges tend to thin as time passes. The actual duration the current edge
stays as the
current.color is based on word counts for that particular
flow of dialogue divided by total dialogue (words) used. The edge label is
the current polarity for that turn of talk (an aggregation of the sub
sentences of the current turn of talk). The coloring of the current edge
polarity is produced at th sentence level, therefor a label may indicate a
positive current turn of talk, while the coloring may indicate a negative