Defines functions plot.spotDist

Documented in plot.spotDist

#' @title Plot spotDist object
#' @description Plots a map of \code{\link[=spot.dist]{spotDist}} object.
#' @param x \code{\link[=spot.dist]{spotDist}} object 
#' @param ... Arguments to be passed to other methods, such as \link[=par]{graphical parameters}.
#' @param sample.name A character argument specifying the sample name to be plotted as an overall title for the plot (\code{\link[=plot.default]{main}}). Defaults to \code{"keep"} meaning that the sample name will be extracted from the \code{\link[=convert.ijdata]{rawDist}} object. The plot title can be omitted by specifying \code{sample.name = NULL}.
#' @param spot.type A character argument with three possible levels (\code{"id"}, \code{"value"}, and \code{"idvalue"}) indicating how sample spots should be plotted. Defaults to \code{"id"}, which plots sample spot numbers within open circles. The size of the circles can be controlled using the \code{spot.size} argument. The option \code{"value"} results to a sample map where the color of circles is related to a value through \code{\link{assign.value}} function. The color scale can be set using the \code{color.palette} argument, and size of the symbols (pch = 21) and through the \code{spot.size} argument. The option \code{"idvalue"} combines \code{"id"} and \code{"value"} leading to a sample map with sample spot numbers.
#' @param spot.size An integer or a character argument with value \code{"actual"} indicating the size (\code{\link[=par]{cex}}) of points. If \code{"actual"}, the actual size and shape of sample spots will be plotted. In this case, \link[=assign.size]{sample spot size information} is required. Defaults to 2 meaning that sample spots are plotted as points with pch = 21 and cex = 2.
#' @param spot.color A vector with equal length to number of spot sequences defining the color of sample spot labels. If \code{NULL} (default) a preset set of colors will be used.
#' @param main.type A character argument with four possible levels (\code{"all"}, \code{"axis"}, \code{"ends"}, and \code{"none"}) indicating how the distance / main axis should be plotted. Defaults to \code{"all"} indicating that both the main axis and end points should be plotted. If \code{"axis"} only the main axis will be plotted. If \code{"ends"} only the end points will be plotted, and if \code{"none"} the main axis intormation will not be plotted.
#' @param color.palette color palette used for "value" and "idvalue" \code{spot.type} options. Passed to \code{\link[grDevices]{colorRampPalette}}. 
#' @param highlight.gbs A character vector specifying the names of growth bands to be highlighted (i.e. colored with a different color than "darkgrey"). If \code{NULL} (default) all growth bands will be drawn using the standard color.
#' @param highlight.col A character argument specifying the color to be used in growth band highlighting (\code{highlight.gbs}).
#' @param crossing.points Indicates whether the crossing points between sampling spot sequence traverses and growth lines should be plotted. Defaults to FALSE.
#' @details The \pkg{sclero} package currently uses the \pkg{graphics} package distributed with R for plotting (see \code{\link[graphics]{plot}}). Plotting sample maps is carried out by the \code{sclero:::samplemap} function, which works as an internal function and therefore has not been exported. Users willing to modify \pkg{sclero} plots beyond the flexibility allowed by the \code{\link{plot.spotDist}} function are instructed to modify the \code{\link{samplemap}} function, which consists of standard R graphics syntax. It should be noted that the \code{\link{samplemap}} (and therefore also the \code{\link{plot.spotDist}}) function calls for the {\code{\link[graphics]{layout}}} function every time the arguments \code{spot.type = "value"} or \code{spot.type = "idvalue"} are used. Consequently, the graphics window is divided into two regions that might cause issues when combining \pkg{sclero} plots with other graphics. The users are adviced to consider the graphics window resetting procedure specified in {\code{\link[graphics]{layout}}} examples.
#' Because the function plots a sample map, the \strong{aspect ratio} is forced to 1 and cannot be changed. If this causes troubles when trying to set the axis limits (\code{ylim} and \code{xlim}), try resizing the graphics window.
#' @author Mikko Vihtakari
#' @seealso \code{\link{spot.dist}} for aligning sample spots.
#' \code{\link{convert.ijdata}} for converting the coordinate information to \link[spatstat]{spatstat} point patterns. 
#' \code{\link{read.ijdata}} for reading zip files containing ImageJ ROIs.
#' \code{\link{plot.rawDist}} for plotting \code{\link[=convert.ijdata]{rawDist}} objects.
#' \code{\link[=plot]{plot.default}} and other methods; \code{\link[=points]{points}}, \code{\link[=lines]{lines}}, \code{\link[=par]{par}}.
#' @examples data(shellspots)
#' shell_map <- convert.ijdata(shellspots)
#' x <- spot.dist(shell_map)
#' plot(x) 
#' @import spatstat
#' @export

plot.spotDist <- function(x, ..., sample.name = "keep", spot.type = "id", spot.size = 2, spot.color = NULL, main.type = "all", color.palette = colorRampPalette(c("blue", "cyan", "yellow", "red"), bias=1)(100), highlight.gbs = NULL, highlight.col = "red", crossing.points = FALSE){

#sample.name = "keep"; spot.type = "id"; spot.size = 2; spot.color = NULL; main.type = "all"; color.palette = colorRampPalette(c("blue", "cyan", "yellow", "red"), bias=1)(100); highlight.gbs = NULL; highlight.col = "red"; crossing.points = FALSE
## Plot the sample map
output <- samplemap(x = x, ..., sname = sample.name, sptype = spot.type, size = spot.size, scol = spot.color, mtype = main.type, colpalette = color.palette, hlight = highlight.gbs, hlcol = highlight.col)

## Plot the growth band projections on the main axis
text(coords(x$gb.projections)[,1], coords(x$gb.projections)[,2], x$gb.projections$marks, col = "blue", cex = 0.6, srt = 90, font = 2)

## Plot the hole sequence projections next to the main axis

print <- lapply(x$output, function(i) data.frame(hole = i$spot, dist = i$dist))
end <- x$gb.end
start <- x$gb.start
x.new <- lapply(print, function(i) (i[,2]/crossdist(start, end))*coords(end)$x + (1-(i[,2]/crossdist(start, end)))*coords(start)$x)
y.new <- lapply(print, function(i) (i[,2]/crossdist(start, end))*coords(end)$y + (1-(i[,2]/crossdist(start, end)))*coords(start)$y)

adjust <- lapply(seq_along(output$spots), function(i) c(0,-i+1))  

lapply(seq_along(x.new), function(i) text(x.new[[i]], y.new[[i]], print[[i]]$hole, adj=adjust[[i]], font = 2, col = output$hole.cols[i], cex = 0.6, offset = 0))

## Optional parameters
if(crossing.points == TRUE){
line.cross <- x$line.cross
lapply(seq_along(line.cross), function(i) points(coords(line.cross[[i]])[,1], coords(line.cross[[i]])[,2], cex = 1, pch = 19, col = output$hole.cols[i]))
cross.segs <- x$cross.segs
lapply(seq_along(cross.segs), function(x) plot(cross.segs[[x]], add = T, col = output$hole.cols[x]))}

## Add legend
if(spot.type == "value" | spot.type == "idvalue") {
   plot(output$colmap, vertical = TRUE, las = 2, main = x$value.name, cex = 0.1)}

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