# generate_landscape_old: Generate Random Carrying Capacity Landscape In rdinnager/nichefillr: Niche Filling Simulations in R

## Description

Function to generate a random carrying capacity landscape as a mix of super-gaussians

## Usage

 ```1 2 3 4``` ```generate_landscape_old(u = 2, h_mean = 1, h_var = 0.5, bi_mean = c(0, 0), bi_var = c(3, 3), h0 = 1, sig0i = c(5, 5), P0i = c(1.5, 1.5), sigi_mean = c(1, 1), sigi_var = c(1, 1), Pi_mean = c(1, 1), Pi_var = c(0.25, 0.25), a = 0.5, Piz_min = 0.25, hz_min = 0.25) ```

## Arguments

 `u` Number of carrying capacity peaks to generate `h_mean` The mean height of the carrying capacity peaks `h_var` The variance in height of the peaks `bi_mean` The mean peak centre value for each of d dimensions; vector of length d `bi_var` The variance in peak centre values for each of d dimensions; vector of length d `h0` The maximum height of the carrying capacity on the landscape `sig0i` The width of the carrying capacity landscape, e.g. how far it extends before dropping off in each of d dimensions; vector of length d `P0i` Total super-gaussian parameter; determines how quickly or gradually the carrying capacity drops off near the landscape borders in each dimension. Higher values give more extreme drop-offs; vector of length d `sigi_mean` The mean width of peaks for each of d dimensions; vector of length d `sigi_var` The variance in peak widths for each of d dimensions; vector of length d `Pi_mean` The mean super-gaussian parameter of peaks for each of d dimensions; determines the sharpness of peak drop-off; vector of length d `a` Minimum values of carrying capacity within landscape limits `hz_min` Minimum height allowed for any peak

## Value

List of parameter values that can be passed on to other functions such as `K_func`

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