series.rwl.plot {dplR}  R Documentation 
Plots a treering series with a master chronology and displays their fit, segments, and detrending options in support of the crossdating functions.
series.rwl.plot(rwl, series, series.yrs = as.numeric(names(series)),
seg.length = 100, bin.floor = 100, n = NULL,
prewhiten = TRUE, biweight = TRUE, floor.plus1 = FALSE)
rwl 
a 
series 
a 
series.yrs 
a 
seg.length 
an even integral value giving length of segments in years (e.g., 20, 50, 100 years). 
bin.floor 
a nonnegative integral value giving the base for locating the first segment (e.g., 1600, 1700, 1800 AD). Typically 0, 10, 50, 100, etc. 
n 

prewhiten 

biweight 

floor.plus1 

The function is typically invoked to produce four plots showing the
effect of the detrending options n
and
prewhiten
and the binning options seg.length
and bin.floor
.
Time series plot of the filtered series and the master
Scatterplot of series vs. master
Segments that would be used in the other crossdating
functions (e.g., corr.series.seg
)
Text giving the detrending options and the time span of the raw and filtered series and master
The series and master are returned as well.
See help pages for corr.rwl.seg
,
corr.series.seg
, and ccf.series.rwl
for
more information on these arguments.
A list
containing the filtered vectors series
and
master
.
Andy Bunn. Patched and improved by Mikko Korpela.
corr.rwl.seg
, corr.series.seg
,
ccf.series.rwl
library(utils)
data(co021)
foo < series.rwl.plot(rwl = co021, series = "646244", seg.length = 100,
n = 5)
## note effect of n on first year in the series
foo < series.rwl.plot(rwl = co021, series = "646244", seg.length = 100,
n = 13, prewhiten = FALSE)
bar < series.rwl.plot(rwl = co021, series = "646244", seg.length = 100,
n = 7, prewhiten = FALSE)
head(foo$series)
head(bar$series)