antitheticICHSIZ-methods: Methods for "antitheticICHSIZ" object construction in Package sampSurf

Description

This documents the one method for generic function antitheticICHSIZ in Package sampSurf that allows for creation of objects of class "antitheticICHSIZ."

Methods

signature(standingTree = "standingTree", angleGauge = "angleGauge")

usage...

antitheticICHSIZ(standingTree,
                 angleGauge,
                 referenceHeight = .StemEnv$referenceCHSIZ,
                 description = 'inclusion zone for antithetic ICH sampling method',
                 spID = paste('aichs',.StemEnv$randomID(),sep=':'),
                 spUnits = CRS(projargs=as.character(NA)),
                 ...) 
  • standingTree: An object of class "standingTree" for which the inclusion zone is to be determined.

  • angleGauge: An object of class "angleGauge".

  • referenceHeight: The height on the stem at which the inclusion zone is to be determined. Currently the choices are “butt” (default) or “dbh”. These are found in the argument assignment .StemEnv$referenceCHSIZ above.

  • description: A character vector description of the object.

  • spID: A unique identifier that will be used in displaying the spatial polygon for the inclusion zone component of the object.

  • spUnits: A valid CRS object specifying the Coordinate Reference System. This defaults to NA, which means you want to use your own user-defined system, say for a sample plot located in the field.

  • dots: Arguments to be passed on.


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