sdmTMB models fit with regular (non-delta) families can be passed to
`visreg::visreg()`

or `visreg::visreg2d()`

directly. Examples are shown
below. Delta models can use the helper functions `visreg_delta()`

or
`visreg2d_delta()`

described here.

## Arguments

- object
Fit from

`sdmTMB()`

- ...
Any arguments passed to

`visreg::visreg()`

or`visreg::visreg2d()`

- model
1st or 2nd delta model

## Value

A plot from the visreg package. Optionally, the data plotted invisibly if
`plot = FALSE`

. This is useful if you want to make your own plot after.

## Details

Note the residuals are currently randomized quantile residuals,
*not* deviance residuals as is usual for GLMs with visreg.

## Examples

```
if (require("ggplot2", quietly = TRUE) &&
require("visreg", quietly = TRUE)) {
# \donttest{
fit <- sdmTMB(
density ~ s(depth_scaled),
data = pcod_2011,
spatial = "off",
family = tweedie()
)
visreg::visreg(fit, xvar = "depth_scaled")
visreg::visreg(fit, xvar = "depth_scaled", scale = "response")
v <- visreg::visreg(fit, xvar = "depth_scaled")
head(v$fit)
# now use ggplot2 etc. if desired
# Delta model example:
fit_dg <- sdmTMB(
density ~ s(depth_scaled, year, k = 8),
data = pcod_2011, mesh = pcod_mesh_2011,
spatial = "off",
family = delta_gamma()
)
visreg_delta(fit_dg, xvar = "depth_scaled", model = 1, gg = TRUE)
visreg_delta(fit_dg, xvar = "depth_scaled", model = 2, gg = TRUE)
visreg_delta(fit_dg,
xvar = "depth_scaled", model = 1,
scale = "response", gg = TRUE
)
visreg_delta(fit_dg,
xvar = "depth_scaled", model = 2,
scale = "response"
)
visreg_delta(fit_dg,
xvar = "depth_scaled", model = 2,
scale = "response", gg = TRUE, rug = FALSE
)
visreg2d_delta(fit_dg,
xvar = "depth_scaled", yvar = "year",
model = 2, scale = "response"
)
visreg2d_delta(fit_dg,
xvar = "depth_scaled", yvar = "year",
model = 1, scale = "response", plot.type = "persp"
)
visreg2d_delta(fit_dg,
xvar = "depth_scaled", yvar = "year",
model = 2, scale = "response", plot.type = "gg"
)
# }
}
#> These are residuals for delta model component 1. Use the `model` argument to
#> select the other component.
#> These are residuals for delta model component 2. Use the `model` argument to
#> select the other component.
#> These are residuals for delta model component 1. Use the `model` argument to
#> select the other component.
#> These are residuals for delta model component 2. Use the `model` argument to
#> select the other component.
#> These are residuals for delta model component 2. Use the `model` argument to
#> select the other component.
```