# R/repro_stages.R In Rage: Life History Metrics from Matrix Population Models

#### Documented in repro_stages

#' Identify which stages in a matrix population model are reproductive
#'
#' Takes a reproductive matrix and returns a vector of logical values
#' (\code{TRUE}/\code{FALSE}) indicating which stages are reproductive (i.e.,
#' exhibit any positive values for reproduction). This function is a preparatory
#' step to collapsing the matrix model into a standardized set of stage classes
#'
#' @param matR The reproductive component of a matrix population model (i.e., a
#'   square projection matrix reflecting transitions due to reproduction; either
#'   sexual (e.g., \code{matF}), clonal (e.g., \code{matC}), or both).
#' @param na_handling One of \code{"return.na"}, \code{"return.true"}, or
#'   \code{"return.false"}. Determines how values of \code{NA} within
#'   \code{matR} should be handled. See Value for more details.
#' @return A logical vector of length \code{ncol(matR)}, with values of
#'   \code{FALSE} corresponding to non-reproductive stages and values of
#'   \code{TRUE} corresponding to reproductive stages.\cr\cr For a given matrix
#'   stage (i.e., column of \code{matR}), if there are any positive values of
#'   reproduction, the function will return \code{TRUE}. However, for a given
#'   stage, if there are no positive values of reproduction and one or more
#'   values of \code{NA}, the function will return \code{NA} if
#'   \code{na_handling == "return.na"}, \code{TRUE} if \code{na_handling ==
#'   "return.true"}, or \code{FALSE} if \code{na_handling == "return.false"}.
#'
#' @author Rob Salguero-Gomez <rob.salguero@@zoo.ox.ac.uk>
#' @author Patrick Barks <patrick.barks@@gmail.com>
#'
#' @family transformation
#'
#' @examples
#' matR1 <- rbind(
#'   c(0, 0.2, 0, 0.5),
#'   c(0, 0.3, 0, 0.6),
#'   c(0, 0, 0, 0),
#'   c(0, 0, 0, 0)
#' )
#'
#' matR2 <- rbind(
#'   c(NA, NA, NA, 1.1),
#'   c(0, 0, 0.3, 0.7),
#'   c(0, 0, 0, 0),
#'   c(0, 0, 0, 0)
#' )
#'
#' repro_stages(matR1)
#'
#' # compare different methods for handling NA
#' repro_stages(matR2, na_handling = "return.na")
#' repro_stages(matR2, na_handling = "return.true")
#' repro_stages(matR2, na_handling = "return.false")
#' @export repro_stages
repro_stages <- function(matR, na_handling = "return.true") {
# validate arguments
checkValidMat(matR, fail_any_na = FALSE)
if (!na_handling %in% c("return.na", "return.true", "return.false")) {
stop(strwrap(
prefix = " ", initial = "",
"Argument na_handling must be either 'return.na',
'return.true', or 'return.false'.\n"
), call. = FALSE)
}

if (!anyNA(matR)) {
reproStages <- apply(matR, 2, function(x) {
any(x > 0)
})
} else if (na_handling == "return.na") {
# works because of how function `any` handles NA
# any(c(0, NA, 0) > 0) will return NA
# any(c(0, NA, 1) > 0) will return TRUE
reproStages <- apply(matR, 2, function(x) {
any(x > 0)
})
} else if (na_handling == "return.true") {
matR[which(is.na(matR))] <- Inf
reproStages <- apply(matR, 2, function(x) {
any(x > 0)
})
} else if (na_handling == "return.false") {
matR[which(is.na(matR))] <- 0
reproStages <- apply(matR, 2, function(x) {
any(x > 0)
})
}

return(reproStages)
}

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