# S4 method for hyperSpec,missing plot(x, y, ...) # S4 method for hyperSpec,character plot(x, y, ...)
"map", etc.) to select what type of plot should
be produced. See section 'Details' for available values.
y is missing,
plot(x) behaves like
plot(x, y = "spc").
Arguments passed to the respective plot function
Supported values for
plot_spc() to produce a spectra plot.
plots mean spectrum +/- one standard deviation
plots 16th, 50th, and 84th percentile spectra. If the
distributions of the intensities at all wavelengths were normal, this
would correspond to
"spcmeansd". However, this is frequently not the
"spcprctile" gives a better impression of the spectral data set.
"spcprctile", but additionally the 5th and
95th percentile spectra are plotted.
plotmap() to produce a map plot.
plotvoronoi() to produce a Voronoi plot
(tessellated plot, like "map" for hyperSpec objects with
plotc() to produce a calibration (or time series,
depth-profile, or the like).
plots a time series: abbreviation for
plotc(x, use.c = "t").
plots a depth profile:
plotc(x, use.c = "z").
plot(flu) plot(flu, "c") #> Warning: Intensity at first wavelengh only is used. plot(laser, "ts") #> Warning: Intensity at first wavelengh only is used. spc <- apply(faux_cell, 2, quantile, probs = 0.05) spc <- sweep(faux_cell, 2, spc, "-") plot(spc, "spcprctl5") plot(spc, "spcprctile") plot(spc, "spcmeansd") ### Use plot_spc() as a default plot function.