Commit 4a219999 authored by Dorchies David's avatar Dorchies David
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doc(CreateInputsCrit): minor change

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#'
#' @details See [airGR::CreateInputsCrit] documentation for a complete list of arguments.
#'
#' `Obs` argument is equivalent to the same argument in [airGR::CreateInputsCrit] except that it must a [matrix] or a [data.frame] if `InputsModel` is a \emph{GRiwrmInputsModel} object. Then, each column of the [matrix] or [data.frame] represents the observations of one of the simulated node with the name of the columns representing the id of each node.
#' `Obs` argument is equivalent to the same argument in [airGR::CreateInputsCrit] except that it must be a [matrix] or a [data.frame] if `InputsModel` is a \emph{GRiwrmInputsModel} object.
#' Then, each column of the [matrix] or [data.frame] represents the observations of one of the simulated node with the name of the columns representing the id of each node.
#'
#' With a \emph{GRiwrmInputsModel} object, all arguments are applied on each sub-catchments of the network.
#'
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\details{
See \link[airGR:CreateInputsCrit]{airGR::CreateInputsCrit} documentation for a complete list of arguments.
\code{Obs} argument is equivalent to the same argument in \link[airGR:CreateInputsCrit]{airGR::CreateInputsCrit} except that it must a \link{matrix} or a \link{data.frame} if \code{InputsModel} is a \emph{GRiwrmInputsModel} object. Then, each column of the \link{matrix} or \link{data.frame} represents the observations of one of the simulated node with the name of the columns representing the id of each node.
\code{Obs} argument is equivalent to the same argument in \link[airGR:CreateInputsCrit]{airGR::CreateInputsCrit} except that it must be a \link{matrix} or a \link{data.frame} if \code{InputsModel} is a \emph{GRiwrmInputsModel} object.
Then, each column of the \link{matrix} or \link{data.frame} represents the observations of one of the simulated node with the name of the columns representing the id of each node.
With a \emph{GRiwrmInputsModel} object, all arguments are applied on each sub-catchments of the network.
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x,
type = "l",
xlab = "Date",
ylab = expression("Flow (m"^"3"*"/s)"),
ylab = expression("Flow (m"^"3" * "/s)"),
main = "Simulated flows",
col = rainbow(ncol(x) - 1),
legend = colnames(x)[-1],
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