By default, all fitted constituents are plotted, but it is quite useful to set e.g. p=0.05 To see just those constituents that are significant at the 5 percent level. Note that the p values are estimated as the average of the p values for the sine and cosine components at a given frequency.

# S4 method for tidem
summary(object, p, constituent, ...)

Arguments

object

an object of class tidem, as created by as.tidem() or tidem().

p

optional value of the maximum p value for the display of an individual coefficient. If not given, all coefficients are shown.

constituent

optional character vector holding the names of constituents on which to focus.

...

further arguments passed to or from other methods.

Value

NULL

See also

Other things related to tides: [[,tidem-method, [[<-,tidem-method, as.tidem(), plot,tidem-method, predict.tidem(), tidedata, tidem-class, tidemAstron(), tidemVuf(), tidem, webtide()

Examples

if (FALSE) { library(oce) data(sealevel) tide <- tidem(sealevel) summary(tide) }