monitor_hourlyBarplot: Create Hourly Barplot

Description Usage Arguments Details Examples

View source: R/monitor_hourlyBarplot.R

Description

Creates a bar plot showing hourly PM 2.5 values for a specific monitor in a ws_monitor object. Colors are assigned to one of the following styles:

Usage

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monitor_hourlyBarplot(
  ws_monitor,
  monitorID = NULL,
  tlim = NULL,
  localTime = TRUE,
  style = "AQI",
  shadedNight = TRUE,
  gridPos = "",
  gridCol = "black",
  gridLwd = 0.5,
  gridLty = "solid",
  labels_x_nudge = 0,
  labels_y_nudge = 0,
  dayCol = "black",
  dayLwd = 2,
  dayLty = "solid",
  hourCol = "black",
  hourLwd = 1,
  hourLty = "solid",
  hourInterval = 6,
  ...
)

Arguments

ws_monitor

ws_monitor object

monitorID

monitor ID for a specific monitor in ws_monitor (optional if ws_monitor only has one monitor)

tlim

optional vector with start and end times (integer or character representing YYYYMMDD[HH])

localTime

logical specifying whether tlim is in local time or UTC

style

named style specification ('AirFire')

shadedNight

add nighttime shading

gridPos

position of grid lines either 'over', 'under' ("" for no grid lines)

gridCol

grid color

gridLwd

grid line width

gridLty

grid line type

labels_x_nudge

nudge x labels to the left

labels_y_nudge

nudge y labels down

dayCol

day boundary color

dayLwd

day boundary line width (set to 0 to omit day lines)

dayLty

day boundary type

hourCol

hour boundary color

hourLwd

hour boundary line width (set to 0 to omit hour lines)

hourLty

hour boundary type

hourInterval

interval for hour boundary lines

...

additional arguments to be passed to barplot()

Details

The labels_x_nudge and labels_y_nudge can be used to tweak the date labeling. Units used are the same as those in the plot.

Examples

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library(PWFSLSmoke)

C_V <- monitor_subset(Carmel_Valley, tlim = c(2016080800,2016081023),
                      timezone = "America/Los_Angeles")

monitor_hourlyBarplot(C_V, main = "1-Hourly Average PM2.5",
                      labels_x_nudge = 1, labels_y_nudge = 0)

PWFSLSmoke documentation built on July 8, 2020, 7:19 p.m.