Description Usage Arguments Value See Also Examples
View source: R/cooutilities.R
Rotates the coordinates by a 'theta' angle (in radians) in the trigonometric direction (anticlockwise). If not provided, assumed to be the centroid size. It involves three steps: centering from current position, dividing coordinates by 'scale', translating to the original position.
1  coo_rotate(coo, theta = 0)

coo 
either a 
theta 

a matrix
of (x; y) coordinates, or a Coo object.
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_close
, coo_down
,
coo_dxy
, coo_extract
,
coo_flipx
, coo_force2close
,
coo_interpolate
,
coo_is_closed
, coo_jitter
,
coo_left
,
coo_likely_clockwise
, coo_nb
,
coo_perim
, coo_range
,
coo_rev
, coo_right
,
coo_rotatecenter
,
coo_sample_prop
,
coo_samplerr
, coo_sample
,
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_equallyspacedradii
Other rotation functions: coo_rotatecenter
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