Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also Examples

This is a modification of `distanceFromPoints`

for the case
of many points.
This version can often be faster for a single point because it does not return
a `RasterLayer`

.
This is different than `distanceFromPoints`

because it does
not take the minimum distance from the set of points to all cells.
Rather this returns the every pair-wise point distance.
As a result, this can be used for doing inverse distance weightings, seed rain,
cumulative effects of distance-based processes etc.
If memory limitation is an issue, `maxDistance`

will keep memory use down,
but with the consequences that there will be a maximum distance returned.
This function has the potential to use a lot of memory if there are a lot of
`from`

and `to`

points.

Internal function.

1 2 3 | ```
directionFromEachPoint(from, to = NULL, landscape)
.pointDirection(from, to)
``` |

`from` |
matrix with 2 or 3 columns, x and y, representing x and y coordinates
of |

`to` |
matrix with 2 or 3 columns (or optionally more, all of which will be returned),
x and y, representing x and y coordinates of |

`landscape` |
(optional) |

`directionFromEachPoint`

calls `.pointDirection`

, which is
not intended to be called directly by the user.

If knowing the which from cell matches with which to cell is important,
put a column "id" (e.g., starting cell) in the `from`

matrix.

A sorted matrix on `id`

with same number of rows as `to`

,
but with one extra column, `angles`

indicating the angle in radians
between from and to. For speed, this angle will be between `-pi/2`

and `3*pi/2`

.
If the user wants this between say, `0`

and `2*pi`

,
then `angles %% (2*pi)`

will do the trick. See example.

Eliot McIntire

`distanceFromEachPoint`

, which will also return directions
if `angles = TRUE`

.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 | ```
library(raster)
library(quickPlot)
N <- 2
dirRas <- raster(extent(0,40,0,40), res = 1)
coords <- cbind(x = round(runif(N, xmin(dirRas), xmax(dirRas))) + 0.5,
y = round(runif(N, xmin(dirRas), xmax(dirRas))) + 0.5,
id = 1:N)
dirs1 <- directionFromEachPoint(from = coords, landscape = dirRas)
library(CircStats)
dirs1[, "angles"] <- deg(dirs1[,"angles"] %% (2*pi))
indices <- cellFromXY(dirRas,dirs1[, c("x", "y")])
minDir <- tapply(dirs1[, "angles"], indices, function(x) min(x)) # minimum angle
dirRas[] <- as.vector(minDir)
if (interactive()) {
clearPlot()
Plot(dirRas)
library(sp)
start <- SpatialPoints(coords[, c("x", "y"), drop = FALSE])
Plot(start, addTo = "dirRas")
}
``` |

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