report_mig_interannual-class

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Class "report_mig_interannual"

When daily report are written in the t_reportjournalier_bjo table by the report_mig-class they can be used by this class to display interannual comparisons of migration. When running its connect method, this class will run the report_mig-class for each year where data are missing, or where the annual sum in the t_reportjournalier_bjo table differs from the counts generated by the report_annual-class : rows have been changed in the database. Different charts are produced with different period grouping. See write_database,report_mig-method for details about how this method inserts data in the t_reportjournalier_bjo table.

Keywords
classes
Slots

dc

An object of class ref_dc-class, the counting device

data

A data.frame data loaded from the daily migration table t_bilanmigrationjournalier_bjo

taxa

An object of class ref_taxa-class

stage

An object of class ref_stage-class

start_year

An object of class ref_year-class. ref_year allows to choose year of beginning

end_year

An object of class ref_year-class ref_year allows to choose last year of the report

calcdata

A list of calculated data, filled in by the calcule method

See Also

Other report.Objects: report_annual-class, report_dc-class, report_df-class, report_env-class, report_ge_weight-class, report_mig-class, report_mig_char-class, report_mig_env-class, report_mig_mult-class, report_sample_char-class, report_sea_age-class, report_silver_eel-class, report_species-class

Aliases
  • report_mig_interannual
  • report_mig_interannual-class
Examples
require(stacomiR)
# launching stacomi without selecting the scheme or interface
stacomi(gr_interface=FALSE,
	login_window=FALSE,
	database_expected=FALSE)
###### If you have connection to the database with the pmp scheme ############

  
  # overriding user schema to point to Parc Marais Poitevin 
  # (longest historical dataset available
  # in France for eel ...) this suppose you have access to the pmp schema...
  # a glimpse of the dataset is still available in the r_mig_interannual dataset 
  # loaded in the package...
  baseODBC<-get("baseODBC",envir=envir_stacomi)
  baseODBC[c(2,3)]<-rep("pmp",2)
  assign("baseODBC",baseODBC,envir_stacomi)
  sch<-get("sch",envir=envir_stacomi)
  assign("sch","pmp.",envir_stacomi)
  r_mig_interannual<-new("report_mig_interannual")
  r_mig_interannual<-choice_c(r_mig_interannual,
	  dc=c(16),
	  taxa=c("Anguilla anguilla"),
	  stage=c("AGJ"),
	  anneedebut="1990",
	  anneefin="2015",
	  silent=TRUE)
  r_mig_interannual<-connect(r_mig_interannual,silent=TRUE)	
	
#############otherwise use this ######################
# load the dataset generated by previous lines
data("r_mig_interannual")
#######################################################
# the first plot is of little interest, it allows to see what data 
# are available... simple lines
# For irregular operations like those reported at the enfrenaux eel ladder....
plot(r_mig_interannual,plot.type="line",silent=TRUE)

# a plot to show the seasonality, this graph may be misleading if the
# migration is not monitored all year round. Note the y unit is not very informative
# you need to have the viridis package loaded to run this example
plot(r_mig_interannual,plot.type="density",silent=TRUE)

  if (requireNamespace("ggplot2", quietly = TRUE)&
	  requireNamespace("viridis", quietly = TRUE)){
	g<-get("g",envir=envir_stacomi)	
	g+
		ggplot2::scale_fill_manual(values=viridis::viridis(22))+
		ggplot2::ggtitle("Saisonnalite de la migration aux Enfrenaux")
  }
  #############################################
# the standard plot is showing daily values
  ###########################################
  plot(r_mig_interannual,plot.type="standard",silent=TRUE)
# Manual edition of the graph produced
  if (requireNamespace("ggplot2", quietly = TRUE)){
    g1<-get("g1",envir=envir_stacomi)
    g1<-g1+ggplot2::ggtitle("Les Enfrenaux")+
		ggplot2::scale_fill_manual(name="Source", 
			values=c("purple","#0A0C01"),
			labels = c("historical set","2015 values"))+
		ggplot2::scale_colour_manual(name="Source", values="#B8EA00",
			labels = c("historical mean"))	+
		ggplot2::ylab("Nombre d'anguilles")
    print(g1)
  }
  #########################################################
# Another graph to show a "manual" processing of the data
# and their extraction from the data slot
  #########################################################	
  if (requireNamespace("ggplot2", quietly = TRUE)&
	      requireNamespace("viridis", quietly = TRUE)){
    dat<-fun_date_extraction(r_mig_interannual@data, # data to import
		"bjo_jour", # name of the column where dates are found
		annee=FALSE,
		mois=TRUE,
		semaine =TRUE,
		jour_mois=FALSE)
# sum per month
    res<-dplyr::select(dat,bjo_valeur,bjo_annee,semaine)
    res<-dplyr::group_by(res,bjo_annee,semaine)
    res<-dplyr::summarize(res,effectif=sum(bjo_valeur))
    ggplot2::ggplot(res, ggplot2::aes(x = semaine, y = bjo_annee,fill=effectif)) +
	        ggplot2::geom_tile(colour="black") + ggplot2::coord_fixed() +
	        viridis::scale_fill_viridis(begin=0,option="D") + ggplot2::theme_bw()+
	        ggplot2::theme(panel.background= ggplot2::element_rect(fill = "#9360A9"),
			panel.grid.major=ggplot2::element_line(colour="#C1DB39"),
			panel.grid.minor=ggplot2::element_line(colour="#7DD632"))+
	        ggplot2::ylab("year")+ggplot2::xlab("week")+
	        ggplot2::ggtitle("Historical trend at Les Enfrenaux Eel trap")
	
  }
  ###############################################
# barchart with different splitting periods
# the migration is displayed against seasonal data
# extacted from all other years loaded in the report
  ################################################
# available arguments for timesplit are "quinzaine" and "mois" and "semaine"
# with the silent=TRUE argument, it's always the latest year that is selected,
# otherwise the user is prompted with a choice, to select the year he wants
# to compare will all others...
  plot(r_mig_interannual,plot.type="barchart",timesplit="quinzaine",silent=TRUE)
# Comparison with historical values. Each year and 2 weeks values 
# is a point on the graph...
  plot(r_mig_interannual,plot.type="pointrange",timesplit="mois",silent=TRUE)
  ###############################################
# Step plot
# different years shown in the graph
# the current year (or the selected year if silent=FALSE)
# is displayed with a dotted line
  ################################################
  plot(r_mig_interannual,plot.type="step",silent=TRUE)
  if (requireNamespace("ggplot2", quietly = TRUE)&
	  requireNamespace("viridis", quietly = TRUE)){
	g<-get("g",envir=envir_stacomi)	+ ggplot2::theme_minimal()
	g+viridis::scale_color_viridis(discrete=TRUE)+
		ggplot2::ggtitle("Cumulated migration step plot 
				at les Enfrenaux eel trap")
	
  }
  ###############################################
# Plots for seasonality of the salmon migration
# using a Loire river dataset (Vichy fishway)
  ################################################
  data("r_mig_interannual_vichy")
# the following show how data are processed to get
# statistics for seaonal migration, daily values
  r_mig_interannual_vichy<-calcule(r_mig_interannual_vichy,timesplit="jour",silent=TRUE)
#r_mig_interannual_vichy@calcdata #check this to see the results
# statistics for seaonal migration, weekly values
  r_mig_interannual_vichy<-calcule(r_mig_interannual_vichy,timesplit="semaine",silent=TRUE)
#r_mig_interannual_vichy@calcdata 
  
# the plot method also runs the calcule method
  plot(r_mig_interannual_vichy,plot.type="seasonal",timesplit="semaine",silent=TRUE)
  plot(r_mig_interannual_vichy,plot.type="seasonal",timesplit="mois",silent=TRUE)
  plot(r_mig_interannual_vichy,plot.type="seasonal",timesplit="jour",silent=TRUE)
  
  
  ###############################################
# Plots for seasonality using another Loire river dataset
# with the migration of Lampreys (Petromyzon marinus) 
# recorded at the the Descarte DF (Vienne)
  ################################################
# run this only if you are connected to the logrami dataset
  baseODBC<-get("baseODBC",envir=envir_stacomi)
  baseODBC[c(2,3)]<-rep("logrami",2)
  assign("baseODBC",baseODBC,envir_stacomi)
  sch<-get("sch",envir=envir_stacomi)
  assign("sch","logrami.",envir_stacomi)
  bmi_des<-new("report_mig_interannual")
  bmi_des<-choice_c(bmi_des,
	  dc=c(23),
	  taxa=c("Petromyzon marinus"),
	  stage=c("5"),
	  anneedebut="2007",
	  anneefin="2014",
	  silent=TRUE)
  bmi_des<-connect(bmi_des)	
  bmi_des<-calcule(bmi_des,timesplit="semaine")
  plot(bmi_des,plot.type="seasonal",timesplit="semaine")
  plot(bmi_des,plot.type="seasonal",timesplit="jour")
  plot(bmi_des,plot.type="seasonal",timesplit="mois")
	



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