PathPlot  R Documentation 
Plots the animal's trajectory, with segments colorcoded according to the time scale / autocorrelation of the BCPA output, and width of segments proportional to the estimated mean of the BCPA.
PathPlot( Data, windowsweep, type = c("smooth", "flat")[1], clusterwidth = 1, plotlegend = FALSE, tauwhere = "topleft", n.legend = 5, ncol.legend = 1, bty.legend = "n", ... )
Data 
the track data to be plotted  most typically, output of the

windowsweep 

type 
whether to plot smooth or flat bcpa output 
clusterwidth 
for flat BCPA, this is the temporal range within which change points are considered to be within the same cluster. 
plotlegend 
whether to plot a legend. 
tauwhere 
where to place the legend for the timescale / autocorrelation. Can be one of "nowhere", "top", "bottom", "left", "right", "topleft", "topright", "bottomright", "bottomleft". 
n.legend 
number of labels in legend. 
ncol.legend 
number of columns in the legend. 
bty.legend 
whether to draw a box around the legend. 
... 
additional arguments to pass to the 
Eliezer Gurarie
if(!exists("Simp.ws")) { data(Simp) Simp.ws < WindowSweep(GetVT(Simp), "V*cos(Theta)", windowsize = 50, windowstep = 1, progress=TRUE) } PathPlot(Simp, Simp.ws, plotlegend=TRUE, n.legend=3) PathPlot(Simp, Simp.ws, type="flat", clusterwidth=3, plotlegend=TRUE)
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