Creates a multi-panel summary plot of data measured by a current meter.

```
# S4 method for cm
plot(
x,
which = c(1:2),
type = "l",
xlim,
ylim,
xaxs = "r",
yaxs = "r",
drawTimeRange = getOption("oceDrawTimeRange"),
drawZeroLine = FALSE,
mgp = getOption("oceMgp"),
mar = c(mgp[1] + 1.5, mgp[1] + 1.5, 1.5, 1.5),
small = 2000,
main = "",
tformat,
debug = getOption("oceDebug"),
...
)
```

- x
a cm object.

- which
list of desired plot types. These are graphed in panels running down from the top of the page. See “Details” for the meanings of various values of

`which`

.- type
type of plot, as for

`plot()`

.- xlim, ylim
optional limit to the x and y axes, passed to

`oce.plot.ts()`

for time-series plots.- xaxs, yaxs
optional controls over the limits of the x and y axes, passed to

`oce.plot.ts()`

for time-series plots. These values default to`"r"`

, meaning to use the regular method of extend the plot past its normal limits. It is common to use`"i"`

to make the graph extend to the panel limits.- drawTimeRange
boolean that applies to panels with time as the horizontal axis, indicating whether to draw the time range in the top-left margin of the plot.

- drawZeroLine
boolean that indicates whether to draw zero lines on velocities.

- mgp
3-element numerical vector to use for

`par(mgp)`

, and also for`par(mar)`

, computed from this. The default is tighter than the R default, in order to use more space for the data and less for the axes.- mar
value to be used with

`par`

`("mar")`

.- small
an integer indicating the size of data set to be considered "small", to be plotted with points or lines using the standard

`plot()`

function. Data sets with more than`small`

points will be plotted with`smoothScatter()`

instead.- main
main title for plot, used just on the top panel, if there are several panels.

- tformat
optional argument passed to

`oce.plot.ts()`

, for plot types that call that function. (See`strptime()`

for the format used.)- debug
a flag that turns on debugging. Set to 1 to get a moderate amount of debugging information, or to 2 to get more.

- ...
Optional arguments passed to plotting functions.

The panels are controlled by the `which`

argument, as follows.

`which=1`

or`which="u"`

for a time-series graph of eastward velocity,`u`

, as a function of time.`which=2`

or`which="v"`

for a time-series graph of northward velocity,`u`

, as a function of time.`which=3`

or`"progressive vector"`

for progressive-vector plot`which=4`

or`"uv"`

for a plot of`v`

versus`u`

. (Dots are used for small datasets, and smoothScatter for large ones.)`which=5`

or`"uv+ellipse"`

as the`"uv"`

case, but with an added indication of the tidal ellipse, calculated from the eigen vectors of the covariance matrix.`which=6`

or`"uv+ellipse+arrow"`

as the`"uv+ellipse"`

case, but with an added arrow indicating the mean current.`which=7`

or`"pressure"`

for pressure`which=8`

or`"salinity"`

for salinity`which=9`

or`"temperature"`

for temperature`which=10`

or`"TS"`

for a TS diagram`which=11`

or`"conductivity"`

for conductivity`which=20`

or`"direction"`

for the direction of flow

Other functions that plot oce data:
`download.amsr()`

,
`plot,adp-method`

,
`plot,adv-method`

,
`plot,amsr-method`

,
`plot,argo-method`

,
`plot,bremen-method`

,
`plot,coastline-method`

,
`plot,ctd-method`

,
`plot,gps-method`

,
`plot,ladp-method`

,
`plot,landsat-method`

,
`plot,lisst-method`

,
`plot,lobo-method`

,
`plot,met-method`

,
`plot,odf-method`

,
`plot,rsk-method`

,
`plot,satellite-method`

,
`plot,sealevel-method`

,
`plot,section-method`

,
`plot,tidem-method`

,
`plot,topo-method`

,
`plot,windrose-method`

,
`plot,xbt-method`

,
`plotProfile()`

,
`plotScan()`

,
`plotTS()`

,
`tidem-class`

Other things related to cm data:
`[[,cm-method`

,
`[[<-,cm-method`

,
`applyMagneticDeclination,cm-method`

,
`as.cm()`

,
`cm`

,
`cm-class`

,
`read.cm()`

,
`rotateAboutZ()`

,
`subset,cm-method`

,
`summary,cm-method`

```
library(oce)
data(cm)
summary(cm)
#> Cm summary
#> ----------
#>
#> * File source: "/Users/kelley/Dropbox/data/archive/sleiwex/2008/moorings/m11/cm/interocean_0811786/manufacturer/cm_interocean_0811786.s4a.tab"
#> * Instr. type: (2Hz)S4
#> * Serial Num.: 8111786
#> * Version: 2.399
#> * North: magnetic
#> * Time: 2008-06-26 to 2008-06-26 23:59:00 (1440 samples, mean increment 1 min)
#> * Data Overview
#>
#> Min. Mean Max. Dim. NAs OriginalName
#> Sample.. 842 1561.5 2281 1440 0 Sample #
#> Date NA NA NA 1440 0 Date
#> Time NA NA NA 1440 0 Time
#> dec.S 0 0 0 1440 0 dec S
#> v [m/s] -0.862 -0.088736 0.74 1440 0 Vnorth
#> u [m/s] -0.478 0.02761 0.654 1440 0 Veast
#> Speed 1.44 53.569 98.29 1440 0 Speed
#> Dir 7 126.99 352.1 1440 0 Dir
#> Vref NA NA NA 1440 1440 Vref
#> Hx -210 -31.052 177 1440 0 Hx
#> Hy -212 -0.58889 211 1440 0 Hy
#> conductivity [mS/cm] 36.8 36.924 37.2 1440 0 Cond
#> temperature [°C, ITS-90] 1.204 2.0773 3.065 1440 0 T-Temp
#> Depth 73.242 74.767 77.148 1440 0 Depth
#> none NA NA NA 1440 1440 none
#> none.1 NA NA NA 1440 1440 none
#> Hdg 0 175.79 359.2 1440 0 Hdg
#> X NA NA NA 1440 1440 -
#> salinity [PSS-78] 41.307 42.71 44.205 1440 0 Sal
#> Dens 1033.3 1034.5 1035.8 1440 0 Dens
#> SV 1467.9 1469.8 1472.2 1440 0 SV
#> X.1 NA NA NA 1440 1440 -
#> N.S.Dist -2535.2 4159.5 10349 1440 0 N-S Dist
#> E.W.Dist -2033.5 893.81 4687.5 1440 0 E-W Dist
#> X.2 NA NA NA 1440 1440 -
#> SRB.Date NA NA NA 1440 1440 SRB Date
#> SRB.Time NA NA NA 1440 0 SRB Time
#> Vref.1 1.226 1.2263 1.23 1440 1152 Vref
#> Hx.1 NA NA NA 1440 1440 Hx
#> Hy.1 NA NA NA 1440 1440 Hy
#> Cond.1 NA NA NA 1440 1440 Cond
#> T.Temp.1 NA NA NA 1440 1440 T-Temp
#> Depth.1 NA NA NA 1440 1440 Depth
#> none.2 NA NA NA 1440 1440 none
#> none.3 NA NA NA 1440 1440 none
#> Hdg.1 NA NA NA 1440 1440 Hdg
#> X.3 NA NA NA 1440 1440 -
#> Sal.1 NA NA NA 1440 1440 Sal
#> Dens.1 NA NA NA 1440 1440 Dens
#> SV.1 NA NA NA 1440 1440 SV
#> pressure [dbar] 73.855 75.392 77.794 1440 0 -
#>
#> * Processing Log
#>
#> - 2023-02-10 12:50:57 UTC: `create 'cm' object`
#> - 2023-02-10 12:50:57 UTC: `read.oce("~/data/archive/sleiwex/2008/moorings/m11/cm/interocean_0811786/manufacturer/cm_interocean_0811786.s4a.tab", ...)`
#> - 2023-02-10 12:50:57 UTC: `subset.cm(x, subset=time < as.POSIXct("2008-06-27 00:00:00", tz = "UTC"))`
plot(cm)
```