# GraphLimits: Determine Latitude and Longitude limits of a graph In TrackReconstruction: Reconstruct Animal Tracks from Magnetometer, Accelerometer, Depth and Optional Speed Data

## Description

Finds the minimum and maximum of the longitude and latitude and then adds on 2.5% of the latitude and longitude to create boarders in the graph and accounts in a very simple way for projection distortion so long as maps are not to large.

## Usage

 1 GraphLimits(infile)

## Arguments

 infile A file with columns of latitude and longitude labeled as Latitude and Longitude

## Details

Internal function used in the Mapper function. It attempts to account for the change in distance covered between longitude as latitude changes by using the cos(latitude) of the center of the latitude of the graph, and adjusting the longitude to cover the same distance. Hence, the boarders on the graph are set first by making the distances in latitude and longitude approximately equal in meters, then 2.5% is added on each end.

## Value

Returns a list of 4 scalars defining the boarders of the data

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## Examples

 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 #Standardize tag output betas<-Standardize(1,1,-1,1,1,1,-57.8,68.76,-61.8,64.2,-70.16,58.08,-10.1,9.55,-9.75,9.72, -9.91,9.43) #get declination and inclination data for study area decinc<-c(10.228,65.918) #data set with 11 associated GPS fixes in the "gpsdata" data set data(rawdata) DRoutput<-DeadReckoning(rawdata ,betas, decinc, Hz = 16, RmL = 2, DepthHz = 1, SpdCalc=3, MaxSpd=3.5) #prepare GPS data data(gpsdata02) gpsformat<-GPStable(gpsdata02) Georeferenced<-GeoReference(DRoutput,gpsformat[1:2,]) Limits<-GraphLimits(Georeferenced) Limits

### Example output

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\$miny
[1] 53.93078

\$maxy
[1] 53.94499

\$minx
[1] -168.0367

\$maxx
[1] -168.014

TrackReconstruction documentation built on July 16, 2019, 1:02 a.m.