The following methods will construct valid objects of class
montePop". Please see the
‘“monte”: When is n Sufficiently Large?’
vignette for more details and examples.
signature(popVals = "numeric")
This method is meant to be used with any population that can be represented as a numeric vector.
montePop(popVals, zeroTruncate = FALSE, n = NA, description = 'Monte Carlo Population Object', ... )
popVals: A numeric vector containing the population
TRUE: truncate the zero values
from the population;
FALSE: leave it as is.
n: A vector of sample sizes that will be used in
conjunction with drawing samples from the population; or,
NA if not desired.
description: A description of the object as a
... : Other arguments to be passed along–not used at present.
signature(popVals = "sampSurf")
This method is meant to be used with objects of class
sampSurf". All arguments other than the
signature argument are as defined for the previous method.
montePop(popVals, zeroTruncate = FALSE, n = NA, description = 'Monte Carlo Population Object: sampSurf', ... )
popVals: An object of class
sampSurf" from which the population
(sampling surface grid) values will be extracted.
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