Summarizes some of the data in a ctd object, presenting such information as the station name, sampling location, data ranges, etc. If the object was read from a .cnv file or a .rsk file, then the OriginalName column for the data summary will contain the original names of data within the source file.

# S4 method for ctd
summary(object, ...)

Arguments

object

a ctd object.

...

Further arguments passed to or from other methods.

See also

Examples

library(oce) data(ctd) summary(ctd)
#> CTD Summary #> ----------- #> #> * Instrument: SBE 25 #> * Temp. serial no.: 1140 #> * Cond. serial no.: 832 #> * File: "/Users/kelley/git/oce/create_data/ctd/ctd.cnv" #> * Original file: c:\seasoft3\basin\bed0302.hex #> * Start time: 2003-10-15 15:38:38 #> * Sample interval: 1 s #> * Cruise: Halifax Harbour #> * Vessel: Divcom3 #> * Station: Stn 2 #> * Location: 44.684N 63.644W #> * Data Overview #> #> Min. Mean Max. Dim. NAs OriginalName #> scan 130 220 310 181 0 scan #> timeS [s] 129 219 309 181 0 timeS #> pressure [dbar] 1.48 22.885 44.141 181 0 pr #> depth [m] 1.468 22.698 43.778 181 0 depS #> temperature [°C, IPTS-68] 2.919 7.5063 14.237 181 0 t068 #> salinity [PSS-78] 29.916 31.219 31.498 181 0 sal00 #> flag 0 0 0 181 0 flag #> #> * Processing Log #> #> - 2018-11-14 20:03:47 UTC: `create 'ctd' object` #> - 2018-11-14 20:03:47 UTC: `read.ctd.sbe(file = file, debug = 10, processingLog = processingLog)` #> - 2018-11-14 20:03:47 UTC: `oce.edit(x = ctd, item = "startTime", value = as.POSIXct(gsub("1903", "2003", format(ctd[["startTime"]])), tz = "UTC") + 4 * 3600, reason = "file had year=1903, instead of 2003", person = "Dan Kelley")`