An R implementation of the Google Open Location Codes standard.
Author: Oliver Keyes License: MIT Status: Stable
The Google Open Location Code standard allows you to encode the latitude and longitude of an area into a compressed string,
resolving it down to a 14 square meter box.
olctools provides a fast, vectorised R implementation of this standard that
you can use to encode, decode, shorten, expand or validate OLCs.
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olctools depends on Rcpp but is otherwise dependency-free! It can be grabbed from CRAN with:
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