IDF.agg: Aggregation and annual maxima for chosen durations

Description Usage Arguments Details Value See Also Examples

View source: R/IDF.R

Description

Aggregates several time series for chosen durations and finds annual maxima (either for the whole year or chosen months). Returns data.frame that can be used for the function gev.d.fit.

Usage

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IDF.agg(
  data,
  ds,
  na.accept = 0,
  which.stations = NULL,
  which.mon = list(0:11),
  names = c("date", "RR"),
  cl = 1
)

Arguments

data

list of data.frames containing time series for every station. The data.frame must have the columns 'date' and 'RR' unless other names are specified in the parameter ‘names'. The column ’date' must contain strings with standard date format.

ds

numeric vector of aggregation durations in hours. (Must be multiples of time resolution at all stations.)

na.accept

numeric in [0,1) giving maximum percentage of missing values for which block max. should still be calculated.

which.stations

optional, subset of stations. Either numeric vector or character vector containing names of elements in data. If not given, all elements in 'data' will be used.

which.mon

optional, subset of months (as list containing values from 0 to 11) of which to calculate the annual maxima from.

names

optional, character vector of length 2, containing the names of the columns to be used.

cl

optional, number of cores to be used from parLapply for parallel computing.

Details

If data contains stations with different time resolutions that need to be aggregated at different durations, IDF.agg needs to be run separately for the different groups of stations. Afterwards the results can be joint together using 'rbind'.

Value

data.frame containing the annual intensity maxima [mm/h] in '$xdat', the corresponding duration in '$ds', the '$year' and month ('$mon') in which the maxima occurred and the station id or name in '$station'.

See Also

pgev.d

Examples

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dates <- as.Date("2019-01-01")+0:729
x <- rgamma(n = 730, shape = 0.4, rate = 0.5)
df <- data.frame(date=dates,RR=x)

# get annual maxima
IDF.agg(list('Sample'= df),ds=c(24,48),na.accept = 0.01)

##      xdat ds year  mon station
## 0.2853811 24 2019 0:11  Sample
## 0.5673122 24 2020 0:11  Sample
## 0.1598448 48 2019 0:11  Sample
## 0.3112713 48 2020 0:11  Sample

# get monthly maxima for each month of june, july and august
IDF.agg(list('Sample'=df),ds=c(24,48),na.accept = 0.01,which.mon = list(5,6,7))

# get maxima for time range from june to august
IDF.agg(list('Sample'=df),ds=c(24,48),na.accept = 0.01,which.mon = list(5:7))

IDF documentation built on April 9, 2021, 5:07 p.m.