display.fault {RGeostats}R Documentation

Represent a network of faults

Description

Represent a network of faults

Usage

display.fault(x, ..., origin=NA, istart = NA, 
	      flag.project = FALSE, flag.order=TRUE, 
	      pvect = NA, col="black", xlab = "", ylab = "", title = NA, 
	      add = FALSE, reset = TRUE)

Arguments

x

db-class which contains the fault network to be displayed. Essentially, the procedure looks for variables 'adir', 'adip' and coordinates

...

Arguments passed to functions points, lines, define.scenes or title.

origin

The user can define the coordinates of the reference point which will serve as the origin. This is only active when flag.project=TRUE.

istart

The user can define the rank of the reference point which will serve as the origin. This is only active when flag.project=FALSE.

flag.project

When TRUE, the fault elements are projected on the direction defined by the argument pvect. When FALSE, the faults are organized according to their ranks in the Db, the distance between them is the Euclidean distance.

flag.order

When TRUE, the order of the samples corresponds to an increasing curvilinear abscissae. Otherwise, the curvilinear abscissae is decreasing.

pvect

2-D vector on which the faults are projected. If not defined, the first axis is taken (i.e. c(1,0)).

col

Color assigned to the faults

xlab

Name of the label along the X-axis

ylab

Name of the label along the Y-axis

title

A character string representing the title.

add

TRUE to overlay on the previous contents of graphic; FALSE otherwise

reset

When TRUE, the screen is erased before the plot is performed.

Value

Not used


[Package RGeostats version 11.1.1 Index]