Access to the MBTA API for R. Creates an easy-to-use bundle of functions to work with all the built-in calls to the MBTA API. Allows users to download realtime tracking data in dataframe format that is manipulable in standard R analytics functions.
|Author||Justin de Benedictis-Kessner [aut, cre]|
|Date of publication||2015-09-18 22:02:21|
|Maintainer||Justin de Benedictis-Kessner <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
Talertbyid: Queries active and upcoming times for a particular alert.
Talertheaders: Queries the header text for all active and upcoming alerts.
Talertheadersbyroute: Queries all active and upcoming alerts for a particular...
Talertheadersbystop: Queries alert header text by stop.
Talerts: Query all active and upcoming alerts.
Talertsbyroute: Queries all active and upcoming alerts by route
Talertsbystop: Queries all active and upcoming alerts for a particular stop.
Tpredictionsbyroute: Query predictions by route
Tpredictionsbystop: Query predictions by stop
Tpredictionsbytrip: Query predictions by trip
Troutes: Query all T routes
Troutesbystop: Query all routes at a stop
Tschedulebyroute: Query the schedule by route
Tschedulebystop: Query schedule by stop
Tschedulebytrip: Query schedule by trip
Tservertime: Queries the current MBTA API server time.
Tstopsbylocation: Query stops by goegraphic location
Tstopsbyroute: Query stops by route
Tvehiclesbyroute: Query vehicles by a route
Tvehiclesbytrip: Query vehicles by a particular trip.