Plotting track or raster

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Description

Function for plotting a recorded track from a Move object or the probability values from a DBBMM object

Usage

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	## S4 method for signature '.MoveTrackSingle,missing'
plot(x, y,asp=1, ...)
	## S4 method for signature '.MoveTrackStack,missing'
plot(x, y, type="p",asp=1,  ...)
	## S4 method for signature '.MoveTrackSingleBurst,missing'
plot(x, y, type="p",asp=1,  ...)

Arguments

x

Move, MoveStack, MoveBurst or DBBMM object

y

unused variable (listed for compatibility reasons)

type

defines the type of the plot (e.g. 'l', 'p', 'b', 'o')

asp

defines the aspect ratio of the plot generally 1 makes most / only sense since then x and y dimenstions are the same

...

arguments to be passed to methods, such as graphical parameters, and the logical add argument (see par)

Details

If x is a Move, MoveStack object a track is plotted with points and lines. The track can be added to another plot with the add = TRUE.
If x is a MoveBurst object colored lines (according to the burstID) are plotted if the type is set to 'l'. By default it is 'p' which plots the real coordinates of the Move object as points. If x is a DBBMM object its raster object is plotted with the corresponding cell values. Unlike the image function, the cell size ratio keeps the same when the plot window is re-sized.

Note

Have a look on the proportion of the graphic device when printing a track or raster. The plot function does not use equal sized units on both axes.

Author(s)

Marco Smolla

See Also

points lines

Examples

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data(leroy)
data(fishers)
plot(leroy) # plot a Move object
plot(leroy, type="o", col=3)
plot(fishers, col=c(3,5), lwd=3) # plot a MoveStack object
plot(fishers, type="l", col=c(3,5), lwd=3)
data(dbbmmstack)
data(leroydbbmm)
plot(leroydbbmm) # plot the raster of a DBBMM object
plot(dbbmmstack) # plot the raster of a DBBMMStack object

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