An R6 class to represent MicroPEM output information.
dplyr "tbl_df") with settings of the micropem device and other information such as download time.
List of calibration information.
Filename from which the object was built.
dplyr "tbl_df") with all time-varying measures, possibly:
Time and date of each measurement, as a POSIXt object. Depending on the different logs of the time-varying variables there is not a measure for all variables associated to each timepoint.
Measures of nephelometer in microgram/meter cube (numeric).
Measures of temperature in centigrade (numeric).
Measures of relative humidity that are a proportion and as such do not have an unit (numeric).
Measures of battery in Volt (numeric).
Measures of orifice pressure in inches of water (numeric).
Measures of inlet pressure in inches of water (numeric).
Measures of flow in liters per minute (numeric).
x-axis accelerometer in m/s2 (numeric).
y-axis accelerometer in m/s2 (numeric).
z-axis accelerometer in m/s2 (numeric).
vector sum m/s2 (numeric).
Shutdown reason (factor).
Boolean. Is this an original micropem object (TRUE) or was it e.g. filtered or cleaned (FALSE).
Method for getting a quick plot of all time-varying measurements.
type ="plain" or
type ="interactive", see examples.
The method returns a plot of the
ggplot-class. One can add a title via the
Method for getting a summary table (
dplyr "tbl_df") of all time-varying numeric measurements.
Method for printing both the summary table of all time-varying numeric measurements and all settings from the
data("micropemChai") # Plot method, type = "plain" by default. micropemChai$plot() # Example with type = "interactive", for RStudio viewer, # RMardown html documents and Shiny apps. ## Not run: library("rbokeh") p <- micropemChai$plot(type = "interactive") p # Summary method micropemChai$summary() # Print method micropemChai$print() ## End(Not run)
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