Description Usage Arguments Value Note Examples

View source: R/split.irradiance.r

This function returns the energy or photon irradiance for a series of contiguous wavebands from a radiation spectrum. The returned values can be either absolute or relative to their sum.

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`w.length` |
numeric Vector of wavelengths (nm). |

`s.irrad` |
numeric vector of spectral (energy or photon) irradiances (W m-2 nm-1) or (mol s-1 m-2 nm-1). |

`cut.w.length` |
numeric Vector of wavelengths (nm). |

`unit.out` |
character Allowed values "energy", and "photon", or its alias "quantum". |

`unit.in` |
character Allowed values "energy", and "photon", or its alias "quantum". |

`scale` |
a character A string indicating the scale used for the returned values ("absolute", "relative", "percent"). |

`check.spectrum` |
logical Flag indicating whether to sanity check input data, default is TRUE. |

`use.cached.mult` |
logical Flag indicating whether multiplier values should be cached between calls. |

`use.hinges` |
logical Flag indicating whether to insert "hinges" into the spectral data before integration so as to reduce interpolation errors at the boundaries of the wavebands. |

A numeric vector of irradiances with no change in scale factor: [W m-2
nm-1] -> [mol s-1 m-2] or [mol s-1 m-2 nm-1] -> [mol s-1 m-2] or relative
values (as fraction of one if `scale == "relative"`

or percentages
if `scale == "percent"`

.

The last three parameters control speed optimizations. The defaults
should be suitable in most cases. If you set `check.spectrum=FALSE`

then you should call `check_spectrum`

at least once for your
spectrum before using any of the other functions. If you will use
repeatedly the same SWFs on many spectra measured at exactly the same
wavelengths you may obtain some speed up by setting
`use.cached.mult=TRUE`

. However, be aware that you are responsible for
ensuring that the wavelengths are the same in each call, as the only test
done is for the length of the `w.length`

vector.

1 2 3 4 | ```
with(sun.data,
split_irradiance(w.length, s.e.irrad,
cut.w.length = c(300, 400, 500, 600, 700),
unit.out = "photon"))
``` |

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