Creates a multi-panel summary plot of data measured by LISST instrument.

- x
a lisst 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`

.- 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. The value indicates the depth within the call stack to which debugging applies.

- ...
optional arguments passed to plotting functions.

The panels are controlled by the `which`

argument, as follows.

`which=1`

to`32`

, or`which="C1"`

to`"C32"`

for a time-series graph of the named column (a size class).`which=33`

or`which="lts"`

for a time-series plot of laser transmission sensor.`which=34`

or`which="voltage"`

for a time-series plot of instrument voltage.`which=35`

or`which="aux"`

for a time-series plot of the external auxiliary input.`which=36`

or`which="lrs"`

for a time-series plot of the laser reference sensor.`which=37`

or`which="pressure"`

for a time-series plot of pressure.`which=38`

or`which="temperature"`

for a time-series plot of temperature.`which=41`

or`which="transmission"`

for a time-series plot of transmission, in percent.`which=42`

or`which="beam"`

for a time-series plot of beam-C, in 1/metre.

The documentation for lisst explains the structure of lisst objects, and also outlines the other functions dealing with them.

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

,
`plot,adp-method`

,
`plot,adv-method`

,
`plot,amsr-method`

,
`plot,argo-method`

,
`plot,bremen-method`

,
`plot,cm-method`

,
`plot,coastline-method`

,
`plot,ctd-method`

,
`plot,gps-method`

,
`plot,ladp-method`

,
`plot,landsat-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 lisst data:
`[[,lisst-method`

,
`[[<-,lisst-method`

,
`as.lisst()`

,
`lisst-class`

,
`read.lisst()`

,
`summary,lisst-method`