The one constructor method that is available for creating valid
objects of class "
documented below. Please especially see the note on extra arguments
that can be passed below.
signature(standingTree = "standingTree", angleGauge = "angleGauge")
horizontalPointCMCIZ(standingTree, angleGauge, antithetic = FALSE, description = 'Inclusion zone for horizontal point CMC sampling method', spID = paste('hps.cmc',.StemEnv$randomID(),sep=':'), spUnits = CRS(projargs=as.character(NA)), ...)
standingTree: An object of class
standingTree" for which the inclusion zone is to be
angleGauge: An object of class
TRUE: use antithetic crude Monte
FALSE: just normal CMC sampling.
description: A character vector description of the
spID: A unique identifier that will be used in
displaying the spatial polygon for the inclusion zone component
of the object.
spUnits: A valid
specifying the Coordinate Reference System. This defaults to
NA, which means you want to use your own user-defined
system, say for a sample plot located in the field.
...: Arguments to be passed on, especially those
that can be used in the call to the
crudeMonteCarlo constructor for control of
subsampling within the inclusion zone. This will take place when
the grid cell estimates are established via CMC within the
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