intersect.owin

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Intersection or Union of Two Windows

Yields the intersection or union of two windows.

Keywords
spatial
Usage
intersect.owin(A, B)
   union.owin(A,B)
Arguments
A
A window object (see Details).
B
A window object.
Details

The function intersect.owin computes the intersection between the two windows A and B, while union.owin computes their union.

The arguments A and B must be window objects (either objects of class "owin", or data that can be coerced to this class by as.owin).

At present the intersection or union of two polygons is computed by discretising them, yielding a binary image mask. If the intersection is empty, an error occurs.

Value

  • A window object.

See Also

is.subset.owin, overlap.owin, bounding.box, owin.object

Aliases
  • intersect.owin
  • union.owin
Examples
# rectangles
   u <- unit.square()
   v <- owin(c(0.5,3.5), c(0.4,2.5))
# polygon
   data(letterR)
# mask
   m <- as.mask(letterR)

# two rectangles
   intersect.owin(u, v) 
   union.owin(u,v)

# polygon and rectangle
   intersect.owin(letterR, v)
   union.owin(letterR,v)

# mask and rectangle
   intersect.owin(m, v)
   union.owin(m,v)
#
   A <- letterR
   B <- rotate(letterR, 0.2)
   plot(bounding.box(A,B), main="intersection")
   w <- intersect.owin(A, B)
   plot(w, add=TRUE)
   plot(A, add=TRUE)
   plot(B, add=TRUE)

   plot(bounding.box(A,B), main="union")
   w <- union.owin(A,B)
   plot(w, add=TRUE)   
   plot(A, add=TRUE)
   plot(B, add=TRUE)
Documentation reproduced from package spatstat, version 1.6-9, License: GPL version 2 or newer

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