limits.create {RGeostats}R Documentation

Create the limits from arguments

Description

Create the limits from arguments

Usage

limits.create(mini = NA, maxi = NA, incmini=NA, incmaxi=NA,
              zcut=NA, flag.zcut.int = TRUE, flag.zcut.zero = TRUE,
              limits = NA)

Arguments

mini

Array containing the lower bounds of each class. Use NA if the lower limit of a class is undefined. The length of 'mini' and 'maxi' arguments must be equal.

maxi

Array containing the upper bounds of each class. Use NA if the upper limit of a class is undefined. The length of 'mini' and 'maxi' arguments must be equal.

incmini

Array containing the inclusive/exclusive flag for the lower bounds. If not specified, the lower bounds are included. The length of 'incmini' can be either equal to the length of 'mini' (or 'maxi') or equal to 1: its value is then extended to all intervals.

incmaxi

Array containing the inclusive/exclusive flag for the upper bounds. If not specified, the upper bounds are excluded. The length of 'incmaxi' can be either equal to the length of 'mini' (or 'maxi') or equal to 1: its value is then extended to all intervals.

zcut

If defined, the limits are created using this argument and ignoring 'mini' and 'maxi' arguments. Then 'zcut' corresponds to the list of cutoffs used to create the limits. The number of limits is equal to the number of elements in the 'zcut' vector. See 'flag.zcut.int' for details.

flag.zcut.int

When TRUE, the first interval is between zcut_zero and zcut[1]; the second interval between zcut[1] and zcut[2], ... The lower bound is always included and the upper bound excluded. The argument zcut.zero is defined according to the ; fag.zcut.zero' argument.

When FALSE, the first interval is between zcut[1] and Infinity (no upper bound specified), the second interval between zcut[2] and Infinity, ... The lower bound is always included and the upper bound excluded.

flag.zcut.zero

This argument is only used when 'flag.zcut.int=TRUE'. When TRUE, the lower bound of the first interval is set to 0. When FALSE, the lower bound of the first interval is set to -Inf.

limits

If this argument is specified, the new limits-class object includes the one provided as argument.

Value

A limits-class structure.


[Package RGeostats version 11.1.1 Index]