spatial_levelsplit: Drops spatial object with overlapped geometry to spatial...

spatial_levelsplitR Documentation

Drops spatial object with overlapped geometry to spatial object with non-overlapped geometry.

Description

Contour (levels after kernel utilization distribution, isochrones and other isolines) polygonizations produces set of polygon layers, which geometry is overlapped. Plot of such polygons may cause the invisibility the less polygon behind the larger polygon. This function makes consequent geometries. Simplifuied, concentrated circles are dropped to non-overlapped rings.

Usage

spatial_levelsplit(obj, sep = " - ")

Arguments

obj

Spatial object, either simple features (package sf) or abstract class Spatial (package sp)

sep

Separator between concatenation of two values

Value

Spatial object, which class is the same as class of obj.

Author(s)

Nikita Platonov platonov@sevin.ru

Examples

palette("Set3")
radius <- seq(1,length.out=5,by=1)*200
ct <- ursa_colortable(colorize(radius,alpha=0.5,pal=sample(palette(),length(radius))))
origin <- data.frame(lon=139.2,lat=36.6)
sp::coordinates(origin) <- ~lon+lat
sp::proj4string(origin) <- "EPSG:4326"
origin <- spatial_transform(origin,"EPSG:6671")
isopoly <- do.call(spatial_bind,lapply(radius*1e3,function(r) spatial_buffer(origin,r)))
spatial_data(isopoly) <- data.frame(radius=radius)
isointerval <- spatial_levelsplit(isopoly)
isointerval$radius
ct2 <- ursa_colortable(colorize(isointerval$radius,pal=unname(ct)))
session_grid(isopoly,border=20)
compose_open(2,legend=list("left","right"))
compose_panel(isopoly,col=ct
             ,annotation.text="Semi-transparent colors are overlapped")
compose_panel(isointerval,col=ct2
             ,annotation.text="Not overlapped rings")
compose_legend(list(ct,ct2))
compose_close()

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