interp2xyz: From interp() Result, Produce 3-column Matrix

Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) See Also Examples

View source: R/interp2xyz.R

Description

From an interp() result, produce a 3-column matrix or data.frame cbind(x, y, z).

Usage

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Arguments

al

a list as produced from interp().

data.frame

logical indicating if result should be data.frame or matrix (default).

Value

a matrix (or data.frame) with three columns, called "x", "y", "z".

Author(s)

Martin Maechler, Jan.18, 2013

See Also

expand.grid() is the “essential ingredient” of interp2xyz().

interp.

Examples

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data(akima)
ak.spl <- with(akima, interp(x, y, z, linear = FALSE,
                             xo= seq(0,25, length=100),
                             yo= seq(0,20, length= 96)))
str(ak.spl)# list (x[i], y[j], z = <matrix>[i,j])

## Now transform to simple  (x,y,z)  matrix / data.frame :
str(am <- interp2xyz(ak.spl))
str(ad <- interp2xyz(ak.spl, data.frame=TRUE))
## and they are the same:
stopifnot( am == ad | (is.na(am) & is.na(ad)) )

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