examplecavdat: Example continuous ancillary variable data.

Description Usage Format Source References Examples

Description

This is an example of the continuous ancillary data that is passed internally to subfunctions of fitswavecav. It is provided here for use with examples of internal functions.

Usage

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Format

A data frame containing 2,893 data variables and 30-day and 1-day streamflow anomalies (Ryberg and Vecchia, 2012).

yrx numeric Year
mox numeric Month
dax numeric Day
jdayx numeric Julian day from first day water year for start year in fitswavecav
flowa30 numeric 30-day streamflow anomaly
flowa1 numeric 1-day streamflow anomaly

Source

Internal data captured from the following function call:

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fitswavecav(cdat=modMoRivOmaha, cavdat=cqwMoRivOmaha, 
                       tanm="myexample", pnames=c("04041"), yrstart=1995, 
                       yrend=2003, tndbeg=1995, tndend=2003, 
                       iwcav=c("flowa30","flowa1"), dcol="dates", 
                       qwcols=c("R","P"))

References

Ryberg, K.R., and Vecchia, A.V., 2012, waterData–An R package for retrieval, analysis, and anomaly calculation of daily hydrologic time series data, version 1.0: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2012–1168, 8 p. (Also available at http://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2012/1168/.)

Examples

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