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  1. I'm working on calibrating some data in FlightR but I keep getting an error with the "make.calibration" object and am not sure how to fix it? The error is: Error in Twilight.time.mat.Calib.dawn[-25, ] : incorrect number of dimensions Here is my code: startend Proc.data Calibration.periods calibration.stop=as.POSIXct(c("2016-05-29", NA), tz="GMT"), lon=-148.80441, lat=63.6520) print(Calibration.periods) # create a calibration object Calibration
  2. Yes, I've tried both ways and still the same error.
  3. I'm trying to calibrate from a light image from a Bas tag. I get an error when I call: lightImage(d.lux, offset = offset) and twlpreprocessLight(d.lux, threshold, offset, lmax = 64, map=TRUE) This is the error I get: Error in if (as.numeric(tmin) > as.numeric(date[1])) tmin missing value where TRUE/FALSE needed I'm not sure why I'm getting this error. I have about 23 .lig files that give me this error. The others seem to work. When I look at the .lig files I don't see any differences between the ones that are working and the ones that are not. Anyway to fix this? I'm not able to process the geol data without this working. Thanks in advance.
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