visHexAnimate: Function to animate multiple component planes of a...

Description Usage Arguments Value Note See Also Examples

View source: R/visHexAnimate.r

Description

visHexAnimate is supposed to animate multiple component planes of a supra-hexagonal grid. The output can be a pdf file containing a list of frames/images, a mp4 video file or a gif file. To support video output file, the software 'ffmpeg' must be first installed (also put its path into the system PATH variable; see Note). To support gif output file, the software 'ImageMagick' must be first installed (also put its path into the system PATH variable; see Note).

Usage

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visHexAnimate(sMap, which.components = NULL, filename =
"visHexAnimate",
filetype = c("pdf", "mp4", "gif"), image.type = c("jpg", "png"),
sec_per_frame = 1, margin = rep(0.1, 4), height = 7, title.rotate = 0,
title.xy = c(0.45, 1), colormap = c("bwr", "jet", "gbr", "wyr", "br",
"yr", "rainbow", "wb"), ncolors = 40, zlim = NULL,
border.color = "transparent", gp = grid::gpar())

Arguments

sMap

an object of class "sMap"

which.components

an integer vector specifying which compopnets will be visualised. By default, it is NULL meaning all components will be visualised

filename

the without-extension part of the name of the output file. By default, it is 'visHexAnimate'

filetype

the type of the output file, i.e. the extension of the output file name. It can be one of either 'pdf' for the pdf file, 'mp4' for the mp4 video file, 'gif' for the gif file

image.type

the type of the image files temporarily generated. It can be one of either 'jpg' or 'png'. These temporary image files are used for producing mp4/gif output file. The reason doing so is to accommodate that sometimes only one of image types is supported so that you can choose the right one

sec_per_frame

a numeric value specifying how long (seconds) it takes to stream a frame/image. This argument only works when producing mp4 video or gif file.

margin

margins as units of length 4 or 1

height

a numeric value specifying the height of device

title.rotate

the rotation of the title

title.xy

the coordinates of the title

colormap

short name for the colormap. It can be one of "jet" (jet colormap), "bwr" (blue-white-red colormap), "gbr" (green-black-red colormap), "wyr" (white-yellow-red colormap), "br" (black-red colormap), "yr" (yellow-red colormap), "wb" (white-black colormap), and "rainbow" (rainbow colormap, that is, red-yellow-green-cyan-blue-magenta). Alternatively, any hyphen-separated HTML color names, e.g. "blue-black-yellow", "royalblue-white-sandybrown", "darkgreen-white-darkviolet". A list of standard color names can be found in http://html-color-codes.info/color-names

ncolors

the number of colors specified

zlim

the minimum and maximum z values for which colors should be plotted, defaulting to the range of the finite values of z. Each of the given colors will be used to color an equispaced interval of this range. The midpoints of the intervals cover the range, so that values just outside the range will be plotted

border.color

the border color for each hexagon

gp

an object of class gpar, typically the output from a call to the function gpar (i.e., a list of graphical parameter settings)

Value

If specifying the output file name (see argument 'filename' above), the output file is either 'filename.pdf' or 'filename.mp4' or 'filename.gif' in the current working directory. If no output file name specified, by default the output file is either 'visHexAnimate.pdf' or 'visHexAnimate.mp4' or 'visHexAnimate.gif'

Note

When producing mp4 video, this function requires the installation of the software 'ffmpeg' at https://www.ffmpeg.org. Shell command lines for ffmpeg installation in Terminal (for both Linux and Mac) are:

When producing gif file, this function requires the installation of the software 'ImageMagick' at http://www.imagemagick.org. Shell command lines for ImageMagick installation in Terminal are:

See Also

visHexMulComp

Examples

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# 1) generate data with an iid matrix of 1000 x 3
data <- cbind(matrix(rnorm(1000*3,mean=0,sd=1), nrow=1000, ncol=3),
matrix(rnorm(1000*3,mean=0.5,sd=1), nrow=1000, ncol=3),
matrix(rnorm(1000*3,mean=-0.5,sd=1), nrow=1000, ncol=3))
colnames(data) <- c("S1","S1","S1","S2","S2","S2","S3","S3","S3")

## Not run: 
# 2) sMap resulted from using by default setup
sMap <- sPipeline(data=data)

# 3) animate sMap
# output as a <a href="visHexAnimate.pdf">pdf</a> file
visHexAnimate(sMap, filename="visHexAnimate", filetype="pdf")
# output as a <a href="visHexAnimate.mp4">mp4</a> file
visHexAnimate(sMap, filename="visHexAnimate", filetype="mp4")
# output as a <a href="visHexAnimate.gif">gif</a> file
visHexAnimate(sMap, filename="visHexAnimate", filetype="gif")

## End(Not run)

supraHex documentation built on May 31, 2017, 10:53 a.m.