[R-sig-Geo] existance of a specific non-overlapping marked spatial model in spatstat or other R package?
Adrian.Baddeley at csiro.au
Adrian.Baddeley at csiro.au
Wed Jun 9 12:33:51 CEST 2010
Jan Quets <Jan.Quets at ua.ac.be> heeft geschreven:
> Hello all, thx for the input this far.
> after having implemented the interesting code
> professor Baddeley suggested, it seems that 'sort(X$marks)' and 'sort(rvals)'
> are however not the same vectors, which they should be
> according to the proposed null model.
You didn't say that you want each disc radius to be used only once
(aka 'sampling without replacement').
To do that, change the line
con <- rmhcontrol(p=1)
to
con <- rmhcontrol(p=1, fixall=TRUE)
so that the algorithm will not resample the marks; and change the line
sta <- rmhstart(n.start=k)
to
sta <- rmhstart(x.start=XX)
where 'XX' is a point pattern that uses each mark exactly once (and satisfies the model constraints).
> Also I don't understand the piece of code:
> marks(X) <- rvals[marks(X)]
Before this line is executed, X is a multitype point pattern; marks(X) is a factor ('categorical variable') with values that are effectively the numbers 1 to m. You want the mark 1 to be replaced by the actual radius value rvals[1]. So after this line is executed, marks(X) is a numeric vector containing the actual mark values. If you plot the resulting pattern X as plot(X, markscale=1) then you'll see the discs.
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Prof Adrian Baddeley (UWA/CSIRO)
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