coo_right: Retains coordinates with positive x-coordinates

Description Usage Arguments Value Note See Also Examples

View source: R/coo-utilities.R

Description

Useful when shapes are aligned along the y-axis (e.g. because of a bilateral symmetry) and when one wants to retain just the upper side.

Usage

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coo_right(coo, slidegap = FALSE)

Arguments

coo

a matrix of (x; y) coordinates or a list, or any Coo object.

slidegap

logical whether to apply coo_slidegap after coo_right

Value

a matrix of (x; y) coordinates or a Coo object (Out are returned as Opn)

Note

When shapes are "sliced" along the y-axis, it usually results on open curves and thus to huge/artefactual gaps between points neighboring this axis. This is usually solved with coo_slidegap. See examples there.

Also, when apply a coo_left/right/up/down on an Out object, you then obtain an Opn object, which is done automatically.

See Also

Other opening functions: coo_down, coo_left, coo_up

Other coo_ utilities: coo_aligncalliper, coo_alignminradius, coo_alignxax, coo_align, coo_baseline, coo_bookstein, coo_boundingbox, coo_calliper, coo_centdist, coo_center, coo_centpos, coo_chull_onion, coo_close, coo_down, coo_dxy, coo_extract, coo_flipx, coo_force2close, coo_interpolate, coo_jitter, coo_left, coo_nb, coo_perimcum, coo_perimpts, coo_perim, coo_rev, coo_rotatecenter, coo_rotate, coo_samplerr, coo_sample, coo_scalex, coo_scale, coo_shearx, coo_slice, coo_slidedirection, coo_slidegap, coo_slide, coo_smoothcurve, coo_smooth, coo_template, coo_trans, coo_trimbottom, coo_trimtop, coo_trim, coo_up, is_clockwise, is_closed, is_equallyspacedradii

Examples

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b <- coo_center(bot[1])
coo_plot(b)
coo_draw(coo_right(b), border='red')

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