`SpatialPoints(x)`

.`coords`

:- Object of class
`"matrix"`

, containing the coordinates (each row is a point) `bbox`

:- Object of class
`"matrix"`

, with bounding box `proj4string`

:- Object of class
`"CRS"`

, projection string

`"Spatial"`

, directly.- [
`signature(x = "SpatialPoints")`

: subsets the points; only rows (points) can be subsetted- coerce
`signature(from = "SpatialPoints", to = "data.frame")`

: retrieves the data part- coerce
`signature(from = "SpatialPoints", to = "SpatialPixels")`

: equivalent to assigning gridded TRUE for a copy of the object- coerce
`signature(from = "SpatialPointsDataFrame", to = "SpatialPixelsDataFrame")`

: equivalent to assigning gridded TRUE for a copy of the object- coerce
`signature(from = "data.frame", to = "SpatialPoints")`

: sets coordinates, which may be in a data frame- coerce
`signature(from = "matrix", to = "SpatialPoints")`

: set coordinates, which may be in a matrix- coordinates
`signature(obj = "SpatialPoints")`

: retrieves the coordinates, as matrix- plot
`signature(x = "SpatialPoints", y = "missing")`

: plot points- summary
`signature(object = "SpatialPoints")`

: summarize object- points
`signature(x = "SpatialPoints")`

: add point symbols to plot- show
`signature(object = "SpatialPoints")`

: prints coordinates- rbind
`signature(object = "SpatialPoints")`

: rbind-like method

- x
- object of class SpatialPoints
- pch
- default 3; either an integer specifying a symbol or a single character to be used as the default in plotting points
- axes
- default FALSE; a logical value indicating whether both axes should be drawn
- add
- default FALSE; add to existing plot
- xlim
- default NULL; the x limits (x1, x2) of the plot
- ylim
- default NULL; the y limits of the plot
- ...
- passed through
- setParUsrBB
- default FALSE; set the
`par`

“usr” bounding box, see note in Spatial-class - cex
- default 1; numerical value giving the amount by which plotting text and symbols should be magnified relative to the default
- col
- default 1; default plotting color
- lwd
- default 1; line width
- bg
- default 1; colour to be used for the background of the device region

`SpatialPointsDataFrame-class`

x = c(1,2,3,4,5) y = c(3,2,5,1,4) S <- SpatialPoints(cbind(x,y)) S <- SpatialPoints(list(x,y)) S <- SpatialPoints(data.frame(x,y)) S plot(S)

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