plot.vp: Plot a vertical profile ('vp')

Description Usage Arguments Examples

View source: R/plot.vp.R

Description

Plot a vertical profile (vp)

Usage

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## S3 method for class 'vp'
plot(
  x,
  quantity = "dens",
  xlab = expression("volume density [#/km"^3 * "]"),
  ylab = "height [km]",
  line_col = "red",
  line_lwd = 1,
  line.col = "red",
  line.lwd = 1,
  ...
)

Arguments

x

A vp class object.

quantity

Character string with the quantity to plot. See vp for list of available quantities.

  • Aerial density related:'dens', 'eta', 'dbz', 'DBZH' for density, reflectivity, reflectivity factor and total reflectivity factor, respectively.

  • Ground speed related:'ff','dd', for ground speed and direction, respectively.

xlab

A title for the x axis.

ylab

A title for the y axis.

line_col

Color of the plotted curve.

line_lwd

Line width of the plotted curve.

line.col

Deprecated argument, use line_col instead.

line.lwd

Deprecated argument, use line_lwd instead.

...

Additional arguments to be passed to the low level plot plotting function.

Examples

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# load example vp object:
data(example_vp)

# plot the animal density:
plot(example_vp, quantity = "dens")

# change the line color:
plot(example_vp, line_col = "blue")

# plot the ground speed:
plot(example_vp, quantity = "ff")

# plot the reflectivity factor of
# all scatterers (including precipitation):
plot(example_vp, quantity = "DBZH")

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