add_polygons: Add polygon

Description Usage Arguments Details palette Note See Also Examples

View source: R/google_map_layer_polygon.R

Description

Add a polygon to a google map.

Usage

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add_polygons(
  map,
  data = get_map_data(map),
  polyline = NULL,
  lat = NULL,
  lon = NULL,
  id = NULL,
  pathId = NULL,
  stroke_colour = NULL,
  stroke_weight = NULL,
  stroke_opacity = NULL,
  fill_colour = NULL,
  fill_opacity = NULL,
  info_window = NULL,
  mouse_over = NULL,
  mouse_over_group = NULL,
  draggable = NULL,
  editable = NULL,
  update_map_view = TRUE,
  layer_id = NULL,
  z_index = NULL,
  digits = 4,
  palette = NULL,
  legend = F,
  legend_options = NULL,
  load_interval = 0,
  focus_layer = FALSE
)

Arguments

map

a googleway map object created from google_map()

data

data frame containing at least a polyline column, or a lat and a lon column. If Null, the data passed into google_map() will be used.

polyline

string specifying the column of data containing the encoded polyline

lat

string specifying the column of data containing the 'latitude' coordinates. If left NULL, a best-guess will be made

lon

string specifying the column of data containing the 'longitude' coordinates. If left NULL, a best-guess will be made

id

string specifying the column containing an identifier for a shape

pathId

string specifying the column containing an identifer for each path that forms the complete polygon. Not required when using polyline, as each polyline is itself a path.

stroke_colour

either a string specifying the column of data containing the stroke colour of each shape, or a valid hexadecimal numeric HTML style to be applied to all the shapes

stroke_weight

either a string specifying the column of data containing the stroke weight of each shape, or a number indicating the width of pixels in the line to be applied to all the shapes

stroke_opacity

either a string specifying the column of data containing the stroke opacity of each shape, or a value between 0 and 1 that will be applied to all the shapes

fill_colour

either a string specifying the column of data containing the fill colour of each shape, or a valid hexadecimal numeric HTML style to be applied to all the shapes

fill_opacity

either a string specifying the column of data containing the fill opacity of each shape, or a value between 0 and 1 that will be applied to all the shapes

info_window

string specifying the column of data to display in an info window when a shape is clicked.

mouse_over

string specifying the column of data to display when the mouse rolls over the shape

mouse_over_group

string specifying the column of data specifying which groups of shapes to highlight on mouseover

draggable

string specifying the column of data defining if the polygon is 'draggable'. The column of data should be logical (either TRUE or FALSE)

editable

string specifying the column of data defining if the polygon is 'editable' (either TRUE or FALSE)

update_map_view

logical specifying if the map should re-centre according to the shapes

layer_id

single value specifying an id for the layer. Use this value to distinguish between shape layers for when using any update_ function, and for separating legends.

z_index

single value specifying where the circles appear in the layering of the map objects. Layers with a higher z_index appear on top of those with a lower z_index. See details.

digits

integer. Use this parameter to specify how many digits (decimal places) should be used for the latitude / longitude coordinates.

palette

a function, or list of functions, that generates hex colours given a single number as an input. See details.

legend

either a logical indiciating if the legend(s) should be displayed, or a named list indicating which colour attributes should be included in the legend.

legend_options

A list of options for controlling the legend.

load_interval

time in miliseconds to wait between plotting each shape

focus_layer

logical indicating if the map should re-centre according to this layer

Details

z_index values define the order in which objects appear on the map. Those with a higher value appear on top of those with a lower value. The default order of objects is (1 being underneath all other objects)

Markers are always the top layer

palette

The palette is used to specify the colours that will map to variables. You can specify a single function to map to all variables, or a named list that specifies a separate function to map to each variable. The elements must be named either fill_colour or stroke_colour, and their values are the colour generating functions. The default is viridisLite::viridis

The legend_options can be used to control the appearance of the legend. This should be a named list, where the names are one of

if legend_options are NULL, the default values will apply

If you are displaying two legends, one for stroke_colour and one for fill_colour, you can specify different options for the different colour attributes. See examples for add_circles.

Note

A polygon represents an area enclosed by a closed path. Polygon objects are similar to polylines in that they consist of a series of coordinates in an ordered sequence. Polygon objects can describe complex shapes, including

To define a complex shape, you use a polygon with multiple paths.

To create a hole in a polygon, you need to create two paths, one inside the other. To create the hole, the coordinates of the inner path must be wound in the opposite order to those defining the outer path. For example, if the coordinates of the outer path are in clockwise order, then the inner path must be anti-clockwise.

You can represent a polygon in one of three ways

See Examples

See Also

encode_pl

Examples

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## Not run: 

map_key <- 'your_api_key'

## polygon with a hole - Bermuda triangle
## using one row per polygon, and a list-column of encoded polylines
pl_outer <- encode_pl(lat = c(25.774, 18.466,32.321),
      lon = c(-80.190, -66.118, -64.757))

pl_inner <- encode_pl(lat = c(28.745, 29.570, 27.339),
       lon = c(-70.579, -67.514, -66.668))

df <- data.frame(id = c(1, 1),
       polyline = c(pl_outer, pl_inner),
       stringsAsFactors = FALSE)

df <- aggregate(polyline ~ id, data = df, list)

google_map(key = map_key, height = 800) %>%
    add_polygons(data = df, polyline = "polyline")

## the same polygon, but using an 'id' to specify the polygon
df <- data.frame(id = c(1,1),
       polyline = c(pl_outer, pl_inner),
       stringsAsFactors = FALSE)

google_map(key = map_key, height = 800) %>%
    add_polygons(data = df, polyline = "polyline", id = "id")

## the same polygon, specified using coordinates, and with a second independent
## polygon
df <- data.frame(myId = c(1,1,1,1,1,1,2,2,2),
      lineId = c(1,1,1,2,2,2,1,1,1),
      lat = c(26.774, 18.466, 32.321, 28.745, 29.570, 27.339, 22, 23, 22),
      lon = c(-80.190, -66.118, -64.757, -70.579, -67.514, -66.668, -50, -49, -51),
      colour = c(rep("#00FF0F", 6), rep("#FF00FF", 3)),
      stringsAsFactors = FALSE)

google_map(key = map_key) %>%
  add_polygons(data = df, lat = 'lat', lon = 'lon', id = 'myId', pathId = 'lineId',
               fill_colour = 'colour')




## End(Not run)

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