[R] interp function in package akima
David Winsemius
dwinsemius at comcast.net
Mon Feb 8 23:58:21 CET 2010
On Feb 8, 2010, at 5:06 PM, Sacha Viquerat wrote:
> hello! does anyone know how to get values out of an interp object
> (from akima package)? ive constructed an elevation map and would
> like to numerically see the calculated z values of data points,
> which were not empirically sampled (basically: id like to see the
> altitude at locations x,y which have been computed by the interp
> function. is there any way? thanks in advance!
Have you read the help page for interp??? The interp function returns
a list, the third element of which is a matrix named "z":
interpFn <- interp( < arguments > )
interpFn$z # should return that matrix
If your pick out a particular element associated with the 10th x-value
and the 20th y-value, you should be able get the x,y,z triplet by
c(interpFn$x[10] , interpFn$y[20] ,interpFn$z[10,20] )
If you have particular x,y values you want to access then you need to
include them in the xo[] and yo[] vectors supplied to interp().
interp() does not provide interpolation between points on the output
grid, at least as as I read the help page.
There are strategies that could do so. Whenever I estimate a crossed-
spline model in package Design, I could extract a 2d-spline function
if I chose to.
--
David Winsemius, MD
Heritage Laboratories
West Hartford, CT
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