View source: R/validate_gtfs.R
Validates the GTFS object against GTFS specifications and raises warnings if
required files/fields are not found. This function is called in
validate_gtfs(gtfs_obj, files = NULL, quiet = TRUE, warnings = TRUE)
gtfs feed (tidygtfs object, created by
A character vector containing the text files to be validated
against the GTFS specification (without the
Whether to hide log messages (defaults to TRUE).
Whether to display warning messages (defaults to TRUE).
A tidygtfs with a
validation_result attribute. This
attribute is a
tibble containing the validation summary of all
possible fields from the specified files.
GTFS object's files and fields are validated against the GTFS specifications as documented in Google's Static GTFS Reference:
GTFS feeds are considered valid if they include all required files and fields. If a required file/field is missing the function (optionally) raises a warning.
Optional files/fields are listed in the reference above but are not required, thus no warning is raised if they are missing.
Extra files/fields are those who are not listed in the reference above (either because they refer to a specific GTFS extension or due to any other reason).
Note that some files (
feed_info.txt) are conditionally required. This means that:
calendar.txt is initially set as a required file. If it's not
present, however, it becomes optional and
(originally set as optional) becomes required.
feed_info.txt is initially set as an optional file. If
translations.txt is present, however, it becomes required.
local_gtfs_path <- system.file("extdata", "google_transit_nyc_subway.zip", package = "tidytransit") gtfs <- read_gtfs(local_gtfs_path) attr(gtfs, "validation_result") gtfs$shapes <- NULL validation_result <- validate_gtfs(gtfs) # should raise a warning gtfs$stop_times <- NULL validation_result <- validate_gtfs(gtfs)
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