print.ppm

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Print a Fitted Point Process Model

Default print method for a fitted point process model.

Keywords
spatial
Usage
print.ppm(x)
 x
Arguments
x
A fitted point process model, typically obtained from the maximum pseudolikelihood algorithm mpl. An object of class "ppm".
Details

This is the print method for the class "ppm". It prints information about the fitted model in a sensible format.

See ppm.object for details of the class "ppm".

Value

  • none.

synopsis

print.ppm(x,...)

See Also

mpl, ppm.object, plot.ppm, predict.ppm

Aliases
  • print.ppm
Examples
library(spatstat)
 data(cells)
 Q <- quadscheme(cells)
 m <- mpl(Q, ~1, Strauss(0.05))
 m
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