Description Usage Arguments Value See Also Examples

For each grid cell, this function computes the average speed over time conditioned on the trajectory being in that cell.

1 | ```
speedDistribution(tr, grid = NULL, timestepSize = 60, time.scale = timestepSize, xc = NULL, yc = NULL, grid.dim = 100, grid.pad = 0.2)
``` |

`tr` |
The trajectory for which to compute the UD |

`grid` |
a grid of class |

`timestepSize` |
The difference between consecutive time steps, in seconds. |

`time.scale` |
The length of the intervals over which to compute the speed. |

`xc` |
The x coordinates of the vertical grid lines |

`yc` |
The y coordinates of the horizontal grid lines |

`grid.dim` |
If all of |

`grid.pad` |
If the grid is automatically generated, its range is the range
of the relocations extended |

Returns a list, indexed by the IDs in `tr`

.
If `grid`

is given, each element of the result list is an object of class
`asc`

, representing the same grid. Otherwise, each element of the list is
a matrix, indexed by the coordinates specified in `xc`

and `yc`

, or by
the coordinates computed from `tr`

.

1 2 3 4 5 | ```
data("vervet_monkeys", package="moveBB")
## Compute the speed distribution and plot the result
#sd <- speedDistribution(monkey.tr)
#image(sd[[1]]) # Plot only the distribution of the first entity
``` |

moveBB documentation built on May 2, 2019, 5:50 p.m.

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