Map a spectrum to new wavelength values.

Description

This function gives the result of interpolating spectral data from the original set of wavelengths to a new one.

Usage

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interpolate_spct(spct, w.length.out = NULL, fill = NA, length.out = NULL)

interpolate_mspct(mspct, w.length.out = NULL, fill = NA,
  length.out = NULL)

Arguments

spct

generic_spct

w.length.out

numeric array of wavelengths (nm)

fill

a value to be assigned to out of range wavelengths

length.out

numeric value

mspct

an object of class "generic_mspct"

Details

If length.out it is a numeric value, then gives the number of rows in the output, if it is NULL, the values in the numeric vector w.length.out are used. If both are not NULL then the range of w.length.out and length.out are used to generate a vector of wavelength. A value of NULL for fill prevents extrapolation. If both w.length.out and length.out are NULL the input is returned as is. If w.length.out has length equal to zero, zero rows from the input are returned.

Value

A new spectral object of the same class as argument spct.

Note

The default fill = NA fills extrpolated values with NA. Giving NULL as argument for fill deletes wavelengths outside the input data range from the returned spectrum. A numerical value can be also be provided as fill. This function calls interpolate_spectrum for each non-wavelength column in the input spectra object.

Examples

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interpolate_spct(sun.spct, 400:500, NA)
interpolate_spct(sun.spct, 400:500, NULL)
interpolate_spct(sun.spct, seq(200, 1000, by=0.1), 0)
interpolate_spct(sun.spct, c(400,500), length.out=201)

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