Use of relational operators on POSIXlt on CRAN macOS flavors
It seems to be because of the a comparison on POSIXlt dates to return a subset of time series.
RunModel_GR1A() example, I think that the
TabSeries time series is not the wanted one.
2012-09-01 is selected, so
SeriesAggreg() returns NA values for the last time step. Then,
InputsModel() return an error.
library(airGR) ## loading catchment data data(L0123001) ## conversion of example data from daily to yearly time step TabSeries <- data.frame(DatesR = BasinObs$DatesR, P = BasinObs$P, E = BasinObs$E, Qmm = BasinObs$Qmm) TabSeries <- TabSeries[TabSeries$DatesR < "2012-09-01", ] BasinObs <- SeriesAggreg(TabSeries, Format = "%Y", YearFirstMonth = 09, ConvertFun = c("sum", "sum", "sum")) ## preparation of the InputsModel object InputsModel <- CreateInputsModel(FUN_MOD = RunModel_GR1A, DatesR = BasinObs$DatesR, Precip = BasinObs$P, PotEvap = BasinObs$E)
I think that there is a similar problem in "test-SerriesAggreg" (line 64); the
GoodValues time series is not the wanted one. Then
expect_equal() detects a difference.
GoodValues <- apply(BasinObs[BasinObs$DatesR >= "1984-09-01" & BasinObs$DatesR < "1985-09-01", c("P", "E", "Qmm")], 2, sum) TestedValues <- unlist(SeriesAggreg(TabSeries, Format = "%Y", YearFirstMonth = 9, ConvertFun = rep("sum", 3))[1, c("P", "E", "Qmm")]) expect_equal(GoodValues, TestedValues)
TabSeries$DatesR < "2012-09-01",
TabSeries$DatesR is in UTC and
"2012-09-01" is in local time, this is normally not a problem at the daily time step.