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Summarizing a Fitted Cox or Cluster Point Process Model

summary method for class "kppm".

Keywords
models, methods, spatial
Usage
# S3 method for kppm
summary(object, …, quick=FALSE)

# S3 method for summary.kppm print(x, …)

Arguments
object

A fitted Cox or cluster point process model (object of class "kppm").

quick

Logical value controlling the scope of the summary.

Arguments passed to summary.ppm or print.summary.ppm controlling the treatment of the trend component of the model.

x

Object of class "summary.kppm" as returned by summary.kppm.

Details

This is a method for the generic summary for the class "kppm". An object of class "kppm" describes a fitted Cox or cluster point process model. See kppm.

summary.kppm extracts information about the type of model that has been fitted, the data to which the model was fitted, and the values of the fitted coefficients.

print.summary.kppm prints this information in a comprehensible format.

In normal usage, print.summary.kppm is invoked implicitly when the user calls summary.kppm without assigning its value to anything. See the examples.

You can also type coef(summary(object)) to extract a table of the fitted coefficients of the point process model object together with standard errors and confidence limits.

Value

summary.kppm returns an object of class "summary.kppm", while print.summary.kppm returns NULL.

The result of summary.kppm includes at least the following components:

Xname

character string name of the original point pattern data

stationary

logical value indicating whether the model is stationary

clusters

the clusters argument to kppm

modelname

character string describing the model

isPCP

TRUE if the model is a Poisson cluster process, FALSE if it is a log-Gaussian Cox process

lambda

Estimated intensity: numeric value, or pixel image

mu

Mean cluster size: numeric value, pixel image, or NULL

clustpar

list of fitted parameters for the cluster model

clustargs

list of fixed parameters for the cluster model, if any

callstring

character string representing the original call to kppm

Aliases
  • summary.kppm
  • print.summary.kppm
Examples
# NOT RUN {
 fit <- kppm(redwood ~ 1, "Thomas")
 summary(fit)
 coef(summary(fit))
# }
Documentation reproduced from package spatstat, version 1.56-1, License: GPL (>= 2)

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