plotArray {actel}R Documentation

Plot simultaneous/cumulative presences at a give array or set of arrays

Description

Plot simultaneous/cumulative presences at a give array or set of arrays

Usage

plotArray(
  input,
  arrays,
  title,
  xlab,
  ylab,
  lwd = 1,
  col = "#56B4E9",
  type = c("default", "bars", "lines"),
  timestep = c("days", "hours", "mins"),
  cumulative = FALSE
)

Arguments

input

The results of an actel analysis (either explore, migration or residency).

arrays

One or more arrays to be analysed. If multiple arrays are provided, data will be grouped.

title

An optional title for the plot.

xlab, ylab

Optional axis names for the plot. If left empty, default axis names will be added.

lwd

The line width, only relevant for line plots.

col

The colour of the line or bars. Defaults to blue.

type

The type of plot to be drawn. By default, a line is plotted if cumulative = TRUE, and bars are plotted otherwise.

timestep

The time resolution for the grouping of the results. Defaults to "days", but can be set to "hours" and "mins" (at the expense of computing time).

cumulative

Logical. If TRUE, a cumulative plot of arrivals is drawn, otherwise the number of tags simultaneously present at the array(s) is drawn.

Value

A ggplot object.

Examples

# Using the example results that come with actel
plotArray(example.results, arrays = "A9")

# Because plotArray returns a ggplot object, you can store
# it and edit it manually, e.g.:
library(ggplot2)
p <- plotArray(example.results, arrays = "A9")
p <- p + xlab("changed the x axis label a posteriori")
p

# You can also save the plot using ggsave!


[Package actel version 1.2.1 Index]