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extract_ROI(): Light-weighted function to extract
pixel values from pre-defined regions-of-interest (ROI) from
matrix objects and provide simple image processing
capacity. While the function comes with a simple control plot output,
the results can be passed also to
vectorwere merged, usually attributes, additional to the standard attributes (e.g.,
data.frame) were lost during the merging. Now, such attributes are preserved so far they are not of a similar name as the standard object of the object element (e.g.,
data.frame). This small addition allows to merge more complex objects and retain all attributes for further processing.
par()settings, which was problematic if, for instance, a second x-axis was wanted; fixed.
zlim_imageto maintain a consistent z-scale over a series of images.
linand a lot of zero values; fixed.
plot_RLum.Data.Spectrum()crash under very particular circumstances due to a wrong conditional statement.
limit_countsis smaller than the actual number of counts on the z-scale, the function does not crash anymore but replaces the value with the lowest possible value.
boxfor the plot
alternatefor the customized plot without the box usually drawn around the plot.
plotis set to
persp, the default, the “viewing transformation matrix” is returned as an attribute
pmat. This can be further used in conjunction with the function
graphics::trans3dto add additional information to the graphic.
log10; fixed.= Note: The shiny filter app was not immediately affected because the values here were taken from a spreadsheet.
bg_imageto support background image plotting
invisbleas it is for all plot functions in the package