## Description

The functions and data listed below are deprecated or renamed and will be defunct in the near future. When possible, alternative functions with similar functionality are mentioned.

## Usage

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 basemap(...) beamheight(range, elev, k = 4/3, lat = 35, re = 6378, rp = 6357) beamwidth(range, angle = 1) bind(x, ...) checkDocker(...) composite(x, param = "DBZH", cells.dim = c(100, 100)) day(x, ..., elev = -0.268) dbz2eta(dbz, wavelength, Km = 0.93) download_vp(start_date, end_date, country, radar, localpath = ".") elangle(...) eta2dbz(eta, wavelength, Km = 0.93) fetch(...) getscan(x, angle) h5ODIMobject(filename) is.vplist(x) mt(x, alt.min = 0, alt.max = Inf, alpha = NA, interval.max = Inf) mtr(x, alt.min = 0, alt.max = Inf, alpha = NA) cmt(x, alt.min = 0, alt.max = Inf, alpha = NA, interval.max = Inf) night(x, ..., elev = -0.268) ppi( x, cellsize = 500, range.max = 50000, project = FALSE, latlim = NULL, lonlim = NULL ) read.pvol( filename, param = c("DBZH", "VRADH", "VRAD", "RHOHV", "ZDR", "PHIDP", "CELL"), sort = TRUE, lat, lon, height, elangle.min = 0, elangle.max = 90, verbose = TRUE, mount = dirname(filename) ) readvp(...) readvp.list(...) readvp.table(...) regularize( ts, interval = "auto", t.min = ts$daterange[1], t.max = ts$daterange[2], units = "mins", fill = FALSE, verbose = TRUE ) retrieve_vp_paths(path, start_date, end_date, country = NULL, radar = NULL) rsl2odim(vol.in, vol.out, verbose = FALSE, mount = dirname(vol.in)) sd_vvp(x) suntime(..., rise = TRUE) updateDocker(...) vintegrate(...) vol2bird( vol.in, vp.out = "", vol.out = "", autoconf = FALSE, verbose = FALSE, mount = dirname(vol.in), sd_vvp_threshold = 2, rcs = 11, dualpol = FALSE, rhohv = 0.95, elev.min = 0, elev.max = 90, azim.min = 0, azim.max = 360, range.min = 5000, range.max = 25000, nlayer = 20L, hlayer = 200, dealias = TRUE, nyquist.min = if (dealias) 5 else 25, dbz_quantity = "DBZH" ) vpts(...) 

## basemap

Use download_basemap instead.

## beamheight

Use beam_height instead.

## beamwidth

Use beam_width instead.

## bind

Use bind_into_vpts instead.

## checkDocker

Use check_docker instead.

## composite

Use composite_ppi instead.

## day

Use check_night instead.

## dbz2eta

Use dbz_to_eta instead.

Use download_vpfiles instead.

## elangle

Use get_elevation_angles instead.

## eta2dbz

Use eta_to_dbz instead.

## fetch

Use get_quantity instead.

## getscan

Use get_scan instead.

## h5ODIMobject

Use get_odim_object_type instead.

## is.vplist

The vplist object is deprecated. Use a regular list of vp objects c(vp, vp) and check with sapply(x, is.vp).

## mt

mt is deprecated as a separate function. Migration traffic is now included in the output of integrate_profile as column mt.

Deprecated description

Total migration traffic, which is calculated by time-integration of migration traffic rates. Migration traffic gives the number of individuals that have passed per km perpendicular to the migratory direction at the position of the radar for the full period of the time series within the specified altitude band.

Deprecated examples

 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 # get example time series of vertical profiles: data(example_vpts) example_vpts # total migration traffic in full altitude band: mt(example_vpts) # total migration traffic in 0-1000 meter band: mt(example_vpts, alt.min = 0, alt.max = 1000) 

## mtr

mtr is deprecated as a separate function. Migration traffic rate is now included in the output of integrate_profile as column mtr.

Deprecated description

Migration traffic rate (MTR) for an altitude layer, defined as the number of targets crossing a 1 km line perpendicular to the migratory movement per hour.

Deprecated details

Migration traffic rate (MTR) for an altitude layer is a flux measure, defined as the number of targets crossing a unit of transect per hour.

The transect direction is set by the angle alpha. When alpha=NA, the transect runs perpendicular to the measured migratory direction. mtr then equals the number of crossing targets per km transect per hour, for a transect kept perpendicular to the measured migratory movement at all times and altitudes. In this case mtr is always a positive quantity, defined as:

mtr = ∑_i dens_i ff_i Δ h

with the sum running over all altitude layers between alt.min and alt.max, dens_i the bird density, ff_i the ground speed at altitude layer i, and Δ h the altitude layer width.

If alpha is given a numeric value, the transect is taken perpendicular to the direction alpha, and the number of crossing targets per hour per km transect is calculated as:

mtr = ∑_i dens_i ff_i \cos(dd_i-alpha) Δ h

with dd_i the migratory direction at altitude i.

Note that this equation evaluates to the previous equation when alpha equals dd_i.

In this definition mtr is a traditional flux into a direction of interest. Targets moving into the direction alpha contribute positively to mtr, while targets moving in the opposite direction contribute negatively to mtr. Therefore mtr can be both positive or negative, depending on the definition of alpha.

Deprecated examples

 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 # MTR for a single vertical profile: mtr(example_vp) # MTRs for a time series of vertical profiles: data(example_vpts) # print migration traffic rates: mtr(example_vpts) # to plot migration traffic rate data, use integrate_profile: plot(integrate_profile(example_vpts), quantity = "mtr") 

## cmt

cmt is deprecated as a separate function. Cumulative migration traffic is now included in the output of integrate_profile as column mt, which gives the cumulative migration traffic from the start of the vertical profile time series.

Deprecated description

Cumulative migration traffic is calculated as the cumulative sum of the migration traffic within each time step of a time series. Cumulative migration traffic gives the number of individuals that have passed per km perpendicular to the migratory direction at the position of the radar as a function of time from the start of time series within the specified altitude band.

Deprecated examples

 1 2 3 4 5 # get example time series of vertical profiles: data(example_vpts) # print cumulative migration traffic to console: cmt(example_vpts) 

## night

Use check_night instead.

## ppi

Use project_as_ppi instead.

Use read_pvolfile instead.

Use read_vpfiles instead.

Use read_vpfiles instead.

Use read_vpts instead.

## regularize

Use regularize_vpts instead.

## retrieve_vp_paths

Use select_vpfiles instead.

## rsl2odim

Use nexrad_to_odim instead.

## sd_vvp

Use sd_vvp_threshold instead.

## suntime

Use sunrise or sunset instead.

## updateDocker

Use update_docker instead.

## vintegrate

Use integrate_profile instead.

## vol2bird

Use calculate_vp instead.

## vpts

Use bind_into_vpts instead.

## VP

Use example_vp instead.

## VPTS

Use example_vpts instead.

## SCAN

Use example_scan instead.

bioRad documentation built on July 1, 2020, 10:18 p.m.