plot.meteRelat: Plot predicted METE relationships and associated observed...

Description Usage Arguments Details Author(s) References See Also Examples

View source: R/plot.meteRelat.R

Description

plot.meteRelat plots both the theoretical prediction and data for a meteRelat object

Usage

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## S3 method for class 'meteRelat'
plot(x, add.legend = TRUE, th.col = "red", ...)

Arguments

x

a meteRelat object

add.legend

logical; add a legend

th.col

line color of theoretical prediction

...

arguments to be passed to plot

Details

plot.meteRelat automatically extracts the prediction and data (if used in meteESF) from the meteDist object. Additional plotting arguments can be passed to ....

Author(s)

Andy Rominger <ajrominger@gmail.com>, Cory Merow

References

Harte, J. 2011. Maximum entropy and ecology: a theory of abundance, distribution, and energetics. Oxford University Press.

See Also

meteSAR

Examples

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data(anbo)
anbo.sar <- meteSAR(anbo$spp, anbo$count, anbo$row, anbo$col, Amin=1, A0=16)
plot(anbo.sar)

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