read.WSdata: Prepares weather station data

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

View source: R/water_WeatherStation.R

Description

Prepares weather station data

Usage

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read.WSdata(WSdata, ..., height = 2.2, lat, long, elev, columns = c(date =
  1, time = 2, radiation = 3, wind = 4, RH = 6, temp = 7, rain = 8),
  date.format = "%Y-%m-%d", time.format = "%H:%M:%S",
  datetime.format = "%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S", tz = "", cf = c(1, 1, 1),
  MTL)

Arguments

WSdata

csv file with weather station data or data.frame

...

additional parameter to pass to read.csv()

height

weather station sensors height in meters

lat

latitude of weather station in decimal degrees. Negative values for south latitude

long

longitude of weather station in decimal degrees. Negative values for west longitude

elev

elevation of weather station in meters

columns

vector with the column numbers in WSdata for the date, time, radiation, wind, RH, temperature and rain. If date and time are in the same column, the column number has to be the same. Names in this vector are ignored and are presented on Usage and examples only as a reference.

date.format

date format. See strptime format argument.

time.format

time format. See strptime format argument.

datetime.format

datetime format. See strptime format argument.

tz

timezone of the weather station dates. If not present assumes the same timezone as the computer running the code. See strptime for details.

cf

conversion factor to convert radiation, wind, and temperature to W/m2; m/s and Celsius. See Details.

MTL

Metadata file. If not provided will look for one on working directory. If provided or present will calculate weather conditions on satellite overpass.

Details

For cf, if your data is in W/m2, km/h and Celsius (radiation, wind, temperature), cf should be: cf = c(1,0.2777778,1)

Value

waterWeatherStation object, with data.frames with all data, hourly data and conditions at satellite flyby.

Author(s)

Guillermo Federico Olmedo

References

Landsat 7 Metadata example file available from the U.S. Geological Survey. Weather Station example file courtesy of CITRA, Universidad de Talca, Chile

See Also

read.WSdata2 for the equivalent using read.csv2()

Other Weather station related functions: plot.waterWeatherStation, print.waterWeatherStation, read.WSdata2

Examples

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csvfile <- system.file("extdata", "apples.csv", package="water")
MTLfile <- system.file("extdata", "L7.MTL.txt", package="water")
WS <- read.WSdata(WSdata = csvfile, date.format = "%d/%m/%Y", 
                  lat=-35.42222, long= -71.38639, elev=201, height= 2.2,
                  columns=c("date" = 1, "time" = 2, "radiation" = 3,
                  "wind" = 4, "RH" = 6, "temp" = 7, "rain" = 8), 
                  MTL = MTLfile)
print(WS)
plot(WS, alldata=FALSE)
plot(WS, alldata=TRUE)

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