copyOfRosediagRad | R Documentation |

This function is an EXACT copy of the function RosediagRad() in the circular package. As the function is not exported by the original package, I have copied it here to resolve the note thrown by devtools::check()

```
copyOfRosediagRad(
x,
zero,
rotation,
bins,
upper,
radii.scale,
prop,
border,
col,
...
)
```

`x` |
a vector, matrix or data.frame. The object is coerced to class circular. |

`zero` |
the zero of the plot. Ignored if plot.info or template are provided. |

`rotation` |
the rotation of the plot. Ignored if plot.info or template are provided. |

`bins` |
number of arcs to partition the circle with. |

`upper` |
logical: if TRUE, the rose diagram cells are "upper"-closed intervals. |

`radii.scale` |
make possible to choose sector radius form: square-root of relative frequency (sqrt, default) or conventional linear scale (linear). |

`prop` |
numerical constant determining the radii of the sectors. By default, prop = 1. |

`border` |
the colour to draw the border. The default, NULL, means to use par("fg"). Use border = NA to omit borders. |

`col` |
the colour for filling the rose diagram. The default, NULL, is to leave rose diagram unfilled. The values are recycled if needed. |

For more details about the original function, visit the circular package homepage at https://github.com/cran/circular

No return value, adds to an existing plot.

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