ClamMap2: ClamMap

Description Usage Arguments Author(s) Examples

View source: R/ClamMap2.r

Description

ClamMap

Usage

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
ClamMap2(area = "custom", ylim = c(40, 52), xlim = c(-74, -47),
  mapRes = "HR", land.col = "wheat", title = "", nafo = NULL,
  boundaries = "clam", bathy.source = "topex", isobaths = seq(100, 1000,
  100), bathcol = rgb(0, 0, 1, 0.1), topolines = NULL, topocol = rgb(0.8,
  0.5, 0, 0.2), points.lst = NULL, pt.cex = 1, lines.lst = NULL,
  poly.lst = NULL, contours = NULL, image.lst = NULL,
  color.fun = tim.colors, zlim, grid = NULL, stippling = F, lol = F,
  labels = NULL, labcex = 1.5, LT = T, plot.rivers = T,
  addSummerStrata = F, addsubareas = F, ...)

Arguments

area

= 'custom' where xlim & ylim are specified or select from area list below

mapRes

= coastline detail ('LR' = low resolution, 'MR' = medium resolution, 'HR' = high resolution, 'UR' = ultra resolution)

title

= plot title

boundaries

= for ploting specific management boundaries

bathcol

= isobath line color, default is transparent blue

topolines

= plots topographic lines for specified elevations from topex data

points.lst

= points to overlay on map in PBSmapping format - list with 2 elements: 1st element is eventSet (EID, POS, X, Y), 2nd element is eventData (EID, pch, col, etc.)

lines.lst

= lines to overlay on map in PBSmapping format - list with 2 elements: 1st element is polySet (PID, SID, POS, X, Y), 2nd element is polyData (PID, SID, lty, col, etc.)

poly.lst

= polygons to overlay on map in PBSmapping format - list with 2 elements: 1st element is polySet (PID, SID, POS, X, Y), 2nd element is polyData (PID, SID, border, col, etc.)

contours

= plots overlaping polygons as contours (same format as poly.lst)

image.lst

= image to overlay on map - list with 3 elements (x, y, z), 'bathymetry' produces image from bathymetry data

color.fun

= color function for image

zlim

= zlim for image

grid

= size of grid in degrees, default is no grid

stippling

= adds stippling to land (purely for visual effect)

lol

= adds water colored border to coastline (purely for visual effect)

isobath

= plots bathymetry lines for specified depths from topex data

bathcol

= topolines line color, default is transparent brown

Author(s)

Brad Hubley

Examples

1
ClamMap2(area='Ban')

SurfClam/bio.surfclam documentation built on July 19, 2017, 4:03 p.m.