cfStation object information to a KML file.
cf_save_kml(station, file_name = "my_stations_", file_path = ".")
file name for the resulting KML file
file path for the resulting KML file
cf_save_kml function is for
objects to allow for the spatial visualisation of the selected stations. The
resulting KML file is saved and can then be opened by programs like Google
Earth (TM). The resultant KML file has the station names and locations shown
with green markers for open and red markers for closed stations. The agent
numbers, network ID's and date ranges are contained within the descriptions
for each station.
If no file name is specified, unique names are produced in the current R working directory.
.kml suffix is appended automatically if it isn't already
present in the
working with stations when the agent numbers are known, otherwise
cf_find_station and codevignette("choose-station") for
cfStation objects when the agent numbers are unknown.
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## Not run: # A selection of four Auckland region stations down the East Coast to the # upper Waitemata Harbour; Leigh 2 Ews, Warkworth Ews, Tiri Tiri Lighthouse # and Henderson my.stations = cf_station(17838, 1340, 1401, 12327) my.stations # Save these stations to a KML file cf_save_kml(my.stations) # Double click on the file to open with a default program (if available). All # the markers are green, indicating all these stations are open. # Where is the subscription-free Reefton Ews station? cf_save_kml(cf_station(), file_name = "reeftonEWS") # It's located in the sou'west quadrant of Reefton town, in the upper, western # part of the South Island, NZ. # Find all the open and closed Christchurch stations (using partial matching) all.chch.st = cf_find_station("christ", status = "all", search = "region") # How many stations in total? nrow(all.chch.st) # Save all the Christchurch stations cf_save_kml(all.chch.st, file_name = "all_Chch_stations") ## End(Not run)
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