pd_plot_slice() plots a slice of data at a single point location from the specified prism data.

prism_slice() is the deprecated version of pd_plot_slice().

pd_plot_slice(pd, location)

prism_slice(location, prismfile)

Arguments

pd, prismfile

a vector of output from prism_archive_ls() or prism_archive_subset() giving a list of prism files to extract data from and plot. The latter is preferred as it will help ensure the prism data are from the same variable and temporal period.

location

a vector of a single location in the form of long,lat

Value

A gg object of the plot for the requested location.

Details

The user should ensure the prism data comes from a continuous data set and is made up of the same temporal period. Otherwise the plot will look erratic and incorrect.

Examples

if (FALSE) { ### Assumes you have a clean prism directory get_prism_dailys( type="tmean", minDate = "2013-06-01", maxDate = "2013-06-14", keepZip = FALSE ) p <- pd_plot_slice( prism_archive_subset("tmean", "daily", year = 2020), c(-73.2119,44.4758) ) print(p) }