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

Plots points on a 2D projection of the Earth created using
`flatearth`

, taking into account the projection used.

1 | ```
flatpoints(loc, projection = c("atlas", "cylindrical"), ..., do.plot)
``` |

`loc` |
A data frame containing latitudes and longitudes of points to be plotted. |

`projection` |
The projection that was used in creating the 2D image. |

`...` |
Other arguments usually used when plotting points. |

`do.plot` |
Logical value indicating whether to actually perform the plotting, or just to return the calculated coordinates. |

If the value of projection used in this function is not the one used to create the image, then the points will not be plotted.

(Invisibly) a `list(x,y)`

giving the plotted positions of
the points.

Adrian Baddeley and Tom Lawrence

1 2 | ```
flatearth("atlas")
flatpoints(place("nedlands"))
``` |

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