[R] pair correlation function of 3D points
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Wed Apr 29 00:34:14 CEST 2020
This is probably completely off topic.
But I get the impression the spatstat package has turned into a super-package.
Which is likely to be difficult to maintain.
Wouldn't a better result be achieved by freezing work on the package,
and creating some smaller packages with a more specific focus, that
could be more easily maintained....?
On Wed, Apr 29, 2020 at 10:18 AM Jeff Newmiller
<jdnewmil using dcn.davis.ca.us> wrote:
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> On April 28, 2020 3:07:39 PM PDT, Abby Spurdle <spurdle.a using gmail.com> wrote:
> >I haven't attempted this.
> >(Mainly because I'm not familiar with the theory surrounding it).
> >However, I looked at the documentation for the spatstat package.
> >There are are several functions prefixed with pcf, including one named
> >According to its description field:
> > Estimates the pair correlation function
> > from a three-dimensional point pattern.
> >*If* it does what it claims, would that solve your problem?
> >Note (to spatstat authors):
> >I'm not convinced this package is well documented.
> >In fact, I'm not even convinced it meets CRAN standards, which require
> >functions to have their arguments documented.
> > X
> > Three-dimensional point pattern (object of class "pp3").
> >Nowhere in the help page, does it say what a pp3 object is, or how to
> >create it, or where to find that information.
> >Potentially requiring a user to search through a 1766 page document
> >for the answer.
> >(Yes, I know there's a function named pp3, but I don't think that's
> >good enough).
> >If people are not going to document their packages properly, they
> >could try a little bit harder to answer R-help questions that involve
> >their packages...
> >On Tue, Apr 28, 2020 at 3:56 AM Labo Eric <leroy using icmpe.cnrs.fr> wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> I have the coordinates of 3D points and I want to plot the pair
> >> correlation function of these points
> >> (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radial_distribution_function). I
> >> if it possible to calculate this function with R. Maybe with the
> >> spatstat library? I tried but I found the way to do this with 3D
> >> but not for 3D points.
> >> Could you help me ?
> >> Thank you,
> >> Best regards,
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