At the moment this dataset class is hardly used in mkin. For example, mkinfit does not take mkinds datasets as argument, but works with dataframes such as the on contained in the data field of mkinds objects. Some datasets provided by this package come as mkinds objects nevertheless.
# S3 method for mkinds print(x, data = FALSE, ...)
An mkinds object.
Should the data be printed?
A full title for the dataset
The sampling times
The time unit
Names of the observed variables
The unit of the observations
The maximum number of replicates per sampling time
A data frame with at least the columns name, time and value in order to be compatible with mkinfit
Create a new mkinds object
mkinds$new(title = "", data, time_unit = NA, unit = NA)
mds <- mkinds$new("FOCUS A", FOCUS_2006_A) print(mds) #> <mkinds> with $title: FOCUS A #> Observed compounds $observed: parent #> Sampling times $sampling_times: #> 0, 3, 7, 14, 30, 62, 90, 118 #> With a maximum of 1 replicates