Re: [R] combining zoo series with an overlapping index?

From: Gabor Grothendieck <ggrothendieck_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 29 Jul 2008 09:18:41 -0400

Try:

window(d, time(lin)) <- coredata(lin)

On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 9:01 AM, stephen sefick <ssefick_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> day<-structure(c(7.7, 7.7, 7.7, 7.7, 7.7, 7.71, 7.7, 7.71, 7.71, 7.7,
> 7.7, 7.7, 7.7, 7.69, 7.68, 7.68, 7.67, 7.67, 7.67, 7.66, 7.65,
> 7.65, 7.65, 7.64, 7.64, 7.63, 7.63, 7.63, 7.62, 7.62, 7.62, 7.62,
> 7.63, 7.63, 7.63, 7.63, 7.63, 7.64, 7.64, 7.65, 7.65, 7.65, 7.66,
> 7.66, 7.67, 7.67, 7.67, 7.68, 7.68, 7.69, 7.69, 7.69, 7.69, 7.7,
> 7.7, 7.7, 7.7, 7.7, 7.71, 7.7, 7.7, 7.71, 7.71, 7.7, 7.7, 7.7,
> 7.7, 7.7, 7.7, 7.7, 7.69, 7.68, 7.68, 7.68, 7.67, 7.67, 7.66,
> 7.66, 7.66, 7.66, 7.65, 7.65, 7.65, 7.65, 7.66, 7.66, 7.66, 7.67,
> 7.67, 7.68, 7.68, 7.68, 7.68, 7.69, 7.69, 7.69), index =
> structure(c(13307.0006944444,
> 13307.0111111111, 13307.0215277778, 13307.0319444444, 13307.0423611111,
> 13307.0527777778, 13307.0631944444, 13307.0736111111, 13307.0840277778,
> 13307.0944444444, 13307.1048611111, 13307.1152777778, 13307.1256944444,
> 13307.1361111111, 13307.1465277778, 13307.1569444444, 13307.1673611111,
> 13307.1777777778, 13307.1881944444, 13307.1986111111, 13307.2090277778,
> 13307.2194444444, 13307.2298611111, 13307.2402777778, 13307.2506944444,
> 13307.2611111111, 13307.2715277778, 13307.2819444444, 13307.2923611111,
> 13307.3027777778, 13307.3131944444, 13307.3236111111, 13307.3340277778,
> 13307.3444444444, 13307.3548611111, 13307.3652777778, 13307.3756944444,
> 13307.3861111111, 13307.3965277778, 13307.4069444444, 13307.4173611111,
> 13307.4277777778, 13307.4381944444, 13307.4486111111, 13307.4590277778,
> 13307.4694444444, 13307.4798611111, 13307.4902777778, 13307.5006944444,
> 13307.5111111111, 13307.5215277778, 13307.5319444444, 13307.5423611111,
> 13307.5527777778, 13307.5631944444, 13307.5736111111, 13307.5840277778,
> 13307.5944444444, 13307.6048611111, 13307.6152777778, 13307.6256944444,
> 13307.6361111111, 13307.6465277778, 13307.6569444444, 13307.6673611111,
> 13307.6777777778, 13307.6881944444, 13307.6986111111, 13307.7090277778,
> 13307.7194444444, 13307.7298611111, 13307.7402777778, 13307.7506944444,
> 13307.7611111111, 13307.7715277778, 13307.7819444444, 13307.7923611111,
> 13307.8027777778, 13307.8131944444, 13307.8236111111, 13307.8340277778,
> 13307.8444444444, 13307.8548611111, 13307.8652777778, 13307.8756944444,
> 13307.8861111111, 13307.8965277778, 13307.9069444444, 13307.9173611111,
> 13307.9277777778, 13307.9381944444, 13307.9486111111, 13307.9590277778,
> 13307.9694444444, 13307.9798611111, 13307.9902777778), format =
> structure(c("m/d/y",
> "h:m:s"), .Names = c("dates", "times")), origin = structure(c(1,
> 1, 1970), .Names = c("month", "day", "year")), class = c("chron",
> "dates", "times")), class = "zoo")
>
> #Mullholland ER daytime
>
> # extract section of interest
>
> w <- window(day, start=chron("6/8/6", "4:16:0"), end=chron("6/8/6",
> "20:31:0"))
>
> # zap all interior points with NA's and then fill back in using linear
> interpolation
>
> lin <- na.approx(replace(w, time(w) > start(w) & time(w) < end(w), NA))
>
> # plot the 3 series on one screen
>
> #plot(merge(day, w, lin), col = 1:3, screen = 1)
>
> #can I do this with a command (generically?)? I am going to use this inside
> of a function, and below is the result I would like.
> d<- c(day[1:17,], lin, day[84:96,])
> plot(d)
>
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