db.trisurf {RGeostats}R Documentation

Calculate and represent triangulate 2-D surfaces in 3-D space

Description

Calculate and represent triangulate 2-D surfaces in 3-D space

Usage

db.trisurf(db, triswitch = "qQ", icode = NA,
           flag.plot = TRUE, flag.data = TRUE,
           flag.file = FALSE, filename = "Surface.stl",
           range = NA, verbose = FALSE, ...)

Arguments

db

The db-class structure containing the input 3-D data. There may be a code which differentiates the different surfaces to be extracted and calculated.

triswitch

The command line for the internal triangulation. For details, refer to meshing help.

icode

When specified, it designates the single surface to be reconstructured. This option only makes sense if the db-class contains codes. The argument 'icode' gives the rank of the code for the target surface (assuming that the code values have been order increasingly first).

flag.plot

When TRUE, the resulting surface(s) are represented graphically.

flag.data

When TRUE (and if argument 'flag.plot' is switched ON), the corresponding data of the db-class are represented.

flag.file

When TRUE, the resulting surface(s) are written in an ASCII file according to the STL format.

filename

When argument 'flag.file' is switched ON, this argument gives the name of the ASCII file where the wireframe must be writen.

range

This parameter defines the range of the Model used to interpolate the elevation of the surface (after the data have been projected on the middle plane of the fault). The interpolation is performed using the SPDE technology and the model is of Matern type.

verbose

Verbose flag.

...

The arguments passed to mesh.plot and db.plot functions.

Details

An option is available so that only the rectangle which contains the Fault Surface is represented. This option is switched ON by setting set.keypair("Flag_Rectangle_Surface",1);

Value

Not used in this function


[Package RGeostats version 11.0.6 Index]