Same as `sp::bbox()`

and `raster::extent()`

.

```
# S4 method for worldNLR
extent(x, ...)
# S4 method for agentMatrix
extent(x, ...)
.bboxCoords(coords)
# S4 method for agentMatrix
bbox(obj)
bbox(obj) <- value
# S4 method for agentMatrix,matrix
bbox(obj) <- value
# S4 method for worldNLR
bbox(obj)
```

- x
Raster* or Extent object, a matrix, a bbox, or a vector of four numbers

- ...
Additional arguments. When x is a single number representing 'xmin', you can pass three additional numbers (xmax, ymin, ymax)

When

`x`

is a Raster* object, you can pass four additional arguments to crop the extent:`r1, r2, c1, c2`

, representing the first and last row and column number- coords
xy coordinates for all cells, e.g., produced by

`raster::coordinates`

.- obj
object deriving from class "Spatial", or one of classes: "Line", "Lines", "Polygon" or "Polygons", or ANY, which requires obj to be an array with at least two columns

- value
2x2 matrix representing the bounding box. See

`sp::bbox()`

.

`bbox`

returns a two-column matrix; the first column has the minimum,
the second the maximum values; rows represent the spatial dimensions.
`extent`

returns an `extent`

object.

two-column matrix; the first column has the minimum, the second the maximum values;
rows represent the spatial dimensions. See `sp::bbox()`

.