summary.geodata

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Summaries for geodata object

Sumarises each of the main elements of an object of the class geodata.

Keywords
spatial, univar
Usage
# S3 method for geodata
summary(object, lambda =1, add.to.data = 0,
                by.realisations=TRUE, ...)
Arguments
object

an object of the class geodata.

lambda

value of the Box-Cox transformation parameter. Two particular cases are \(\lambda = 1\) which corresponds to no transformation and \(\lambda = 0\) corresponding to the log-transformation.

add.to.data

scalar, Constant value to be added to the data values. Only used if a value different from 1 is passed to the argument lambda.

by.realisations

logical. Indicates whether the summary must be performed separatly for each realisation, if the geodata object contains the element realisations. Defaults to TRUE.

further arguments to be passed to the function summary.default.

Value

A list with components

coords.summary

a matrix with minimum and maximum values for the coordinates.

distances.summary

minimum and maximum distances between pairs of points.

borders.summary

a matrix with minimum and maximum values for the coordinates. Only returned if there is an element borders in the geodata object.

data.summary

summary statistics (min, max, quartiles and mean) for the data.

units.m.summary

summary statistics (min, max, quartiles and mean) for the offset variable. Only returned if there is an element units.m in the geodata object.

covariate.summary

summary statistics (min, max, quartiles and mean) for the covariate(s). Only returned if there is an element covariate in the geodata object.

others

names of other elements if present in the geodata object.

References

Further information on the package geoR can be found at: http://www.leg.ufpr.br/geoR.

See Also

summary, as.geodata.

Aliases
  • summary.geodata
  • print.summary.geodata
Examples
# NOT RUN {
summary(s100)

summary(ca20)
# }
Documentation reproduced from package geoR, version 1.8-1, License: GPL (>= 2)

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