returns logical (TRUE or FALSE) telling whether the object is gridded or not; in assignment promotes a non-gridded structure to a gridded one, or demotes a gridded structure back to a non-structured one.
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object deriving from class "Spatial" (for gridded), or object of class SpatialGridDataFrame-class (for fullgrid and gridparameters)
logical replacement values, TRUE or FALSE
if obj derives from class Spatial, gridded(object) will tell whether it is has topology on a regular grid; if assigned TRUE, if the object derives from SpatialPoints and has gridded topology, grid topology will be added to object, and the class of the object will be promoted to SpatialGrid-class or SpatialGridDataFrame-class
fullgrid returns a logical, telling whether the grid is full
and ordered (i.e., in full matrix form), or whether it is not full
or unordered (i.e. a list of points that happen to lie on a grid. If
assigned, the way the points are stored may be changed. Changing a set
of points to full matrix form and back may change the original order of
the points, and will remove duplicate points if they were present.
gridparameters returns, if
obj inherits from
SpatialGridDataFrame its grid parameters, else it returns numeric(0). The
returned value is a data.frame with three columns, named cellcentre.offset
("lower left cell centre coordinates"), cellsize, and cells.dim (cell
dimension); the rows correspond to the spatial dimensions.
object deriving from class "Spatial"
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# just 9 points on a grid: x <- c(1,1,1,2,2,2,3,3,3) y <- c(1,2,3,1,2,3,1,2,3) xy <- cbind(x,y) S <- SpatialPoints(xy) class(S) plot(S) gridded(S) <- TRUE gridded(S) class(S) summary(S) plot(S) gridded(S) <- FALSE gridded(S) class(S) # data.frame data(meuse.grid) coordinates(meuse.grid) <- ~x+y gridded(meuse.grid) <- TRUE plot(meuse.grid) # not much good summary(meuse.grid)
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