persp.linim: Perspective View of Pixel Image on a Linear Network

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

Description

Given a pixel image on a linear network, generate a perspective view.

Usage

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 ## S3 method for class 'linim'
persp(x, ..., main,
                       grid = TRUE, ngrid = 10,
                       col.grid = "grey", col.base = "white",
                       neg.args=list(), warncross=FALSE)

Arguments

x

Pixel image on a linear network (object of class "linim").

...

Arguments passed to persp.default to control the perspective view, or passed to segments or polygon to control the appearance of the vertical panes.

main

Main title for the plot.

grid

Logical value indicating whether to draw a rectangular grid at height zero, to assist the perception of perspective.

ngrid

Number of grid lines to draw, if grid=TRUE.

col.grid

Colour of grid lines, if grid=TRUE.

col.base

Colour of base plane, if grid=TRUE.

neg.args

Optional list of arguments passed to polygon when displaying negative values of the function.

warncross

Logical value indicating whether to issue a warning if two segments of the network cross each other (which causes difficulty for the algorithm).

Details

The pixel values are interpreted as the spatially-varying height of a vertical surface erected on each segment of the linear network. These surfaces are drawn in perspective view.

This style of plot is often attributed to Okabe and Sugihara (2012).

Value

(Invisibly) the perspective transformation matrix, as described in the help for persp.default.

Author(s)

\adrian

and Greg McSwiggan.

References

Okabe, A. and Sugihara, K. (2012) Spatial Analysis Along Networks. John Wiley and Sons, New York.

See Also

persp.linfun

Examples

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  if(interactive()) {
    Z <- density(chicago, 100)
  } else {
    X <- runiflpp(10, simplenet)
    Z <- density(X, 0.1)
  }
  persp(Z, theta=30, phi=20)

spatstat.linnet documentation built on July 17, 2021, 9:07 a.m.