nasapower: NASA POWER API Client

An API client for NASA POWER global meteorology, surface solar energy and climatology data API. POWER (Prediction Of Worldwide Energy Resources) data are freely available for download with varying spatial resolutions dependent on the original data and with several temporal resolutions depending on the POWER parameter and community. This work is funded through the NASA Earth Science Directorate Applied Science Program. For more on the data themselves, the methodologies used in creating, a web- based data viewer and web access, please see <>.

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AuthorAdam H. Sparks [aut, cre] (<>), Scott Chamberlain [rev] (<>, Scott Chamberlain reviewed nasapower for rOpenSci, see <>.), Hazel Kavili [rev] (Hazel Kavili reviewed nasapower for rOpenSci, see <>.), Alison Boyer [rev] (Alison Boyer reviewed nasapower for rOpenSci, see <>.), Fernando Miguez [ctb] (<>, Fernando Miguez provided assistance in identifying improper missing value handling in the POWER data, see <>.), Maëlle Salmon [ctb] (<>, Maëlle Salmon contributed a patch to fix issues with using the R package, 'vcr', for testing the API queries, see <>.), Phillip D. Alderman [ctb] (<>, Phillip Alderman contributed a patch to fix an issue with, 'The `file` argument of `vroom()` must use `I()` for literal data as of vroom 1.5.0.', see <>.), Aleksandar Blagotić [ctb] (Author of the CRAN package 'rapportools', from which the '.is_boolean()' was taken.), Gergely Daróczi [ctb] (Author of the CRAN package 'rapportools', from which the '.is_boolean()' was taken.), Curtin University [cph] (Supported the development of 'nasapower' through Adam H. Sparks' time.)
MaintainerAdam H. Sparks <>
LicenseMIT + file LICENSE
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nasapower documentation built on May 29, 2024, 8:10 a.m.