rsaga.get.modules: Find SAGA libraries and modules

Description Usage Arguments Value Note See Also Examples

Description

These functions list the SAGA libraries (rsaga.get.libraries) and modules (rsaga.get.lib.modules, rsaga.get.modules) available in a SAGA installation, and allow to perform a full-text search among these functions.

Usage

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rsaga.get.modules(libs, env = rsaga.env(), interactive = FALSE,
  parallel = env$parallel)

rsaga.get.libraries(path = rsaga.env()$modules, dll)

rsaga.get.lib.modules(lib, env = rsaga.env(), interactive = FALSE)

rsaga.module.exists(libs, module, env = rsaga.env(), ...)

rsaga.search.modules(text, modules, search.libs = TRUE,
  search.modules = TRUE, env = rsaga.env(), ignore.case = TRUE, ...)

Arguments

libs

character vector with the names of libraries in which to look for modules; if missing, all libraries will be processed

env

a SAGA geoprocessing environment as created by rsaga.env()

interactive

logical (default FALSE): should modules be returned that can only be executed in interactive mode (i.e. using SAGA GUI)?

parallel

logical (defaults to env$parallel): if TRUE, run in parallel mode; requires a parallel backend such as doSNOW or doMC

path

path of SAGA library files (modules subfolder in the SAGA installation folder); defaults to the path determined by rsaga.env().

dll

file extension of dynamic link libraries

lib

character string with the name of the library in which to look for modules

module

module name or numeric code

...

currently only interactive to be passed on to rsaga.get.lib.modules

text

character string to be searched for in the names of available libraries and/or modules

modules

optional list: result of rsaga.get.modules; if missing, a list of available modules will be retrieved using that function

search.libs

logical (default TRUE); see search.modules

search.modules

logical (default TRUE): should text be searched for in library and/or module names?

ignore.case

logical (default FALSE): should the text search in library/module names be case sensitive?

Value

rsaga.get.libraries returns a character vector with the names of all SAGA libraries available in the folder env$modules.

rsaga.get.lib.modules returns a data.frame with:

rsaga.get.modules returns a list with, for each SAGA library in libs, a data.frame with module information as given by rsaga.get.lib.modules. If libs is missing, all modules in all libraries will be retrieved.

Note

For information on the usage of SAGA command line modules, see rsaga.get.usage(), or rsaga.html.help() (in SAGA GIS 2.1.0+), or the RSAGA interface function, if available.

See Also

rsaga.get.usage(), rsaga.html.help(), rsaga.geoprocessor(), rsaga.env()

Examples

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## Not run: 
# make sure that 'rsaga.env' can find 'saga_cmd.exe'
# before running this:
rsaga.get.libraries()
# list all modules in my favorite libraries:
rsaga.get.modules(c("io_grid", "grid_tools", "ta_preprocessor",
    "ta_morphometry", "ta_lighting", "ta_hydrology"))
# list *all* modules (quite a few!):
# rsaga.get.modules(interactive=TRUE)

# find modules that remove sink from DEMs:
rsaga.search.modules("sink")
# find modules that close gaps (no-data areas) in grids:
rsaga.search.modules("gap")

## End(Not run)

RSAGA documentation built on May 2, 2019, 11:01 a.m.