Description Usage Arguments Value Note

This function divides a polygon feature into n-party of approximatly the same area. The division is performed along the y-axis (N-S). Therefore, polygons should be rotated appropriate.

1 2 | ```
dividePolygon(x, angle = 0, n, trans = TRUE, btol = 1e-04,
pgtol = 1e-09, maxit = 100, cores = 1, quiet = TRUE)
``` |

`x` |
object of class sf |

`angle` |
Can be one single value, or a vector with the same length as the input object x. North is 0 degree, and East 90. Default: 0 degree for North-South. For East-West use 90 degree. |

`n` |
number of parts |

`trans` |
angle input is transformed, so that N-S cutting is appropriate. Default: TRUE. |

`btol` |
tolerance value for lower and upper boundary in optim().Default: 0.0001 |

`pgtol` |
tolerance value to reduce the sum of residuals in optimizing function |

`maxit` |
maximum iteration to convergence in finding optimal points. Default: 100 |

`cores` |
number of cores for parallel processing. Default: 1 (sequential) |

`quiet` |
no outputs in console. Default: TRUE |

Geometry similar to sf input including divisions.

Algorithm does not find optimum if polygon split results in more objects than the given number n. This can happen when a polygon is very ragged.

Algorithm cut polygon on the N-S-Axis (0-180 degree). Therefore, trans is used to adapt the rotation angle so that cutting is appropriate.

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