This function returns a dataframe with MSA data for a vector of Latitudes and Longitudes in a dataframe.
get_msa_data(Latitude, Longitude, year = 2016)
vector of Latitudes
Vector of Longitudes
The package operates by matching Lat/Long to shapefiles of Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas - from CBSA files. Then, the package matches Lat/Long that have not yet been coded to Metropolitan and Micropolitan NECTAS
It returns a dataframe with the following components: GEOID: The GEOID of the MSA or NECTA NAME_LSAD: The Name of the MSA or NECTA LSAD: A Code indicating whether it is a Metro or Micro MSA or NECTA -M1 are Metropolitan MSAs -M2 are Micropolitan MSAs -M5 are Metropolitan NECTAS -M6 are Micropolitan NECTAS Source: A constructed variable, indicating if the boundaries were based on NECTA or MSAs
A datafame with associated MSA info. Will be in correct order as original Lat/Long to make it easy to append the data
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msas<-get_msa_data(NEA$CoLatitude, NEA$CoLongitude) NEA$MSA_GEOID<-msa$csba_GEOID NEA$MSA_NameLSAD<-msa$cbsa_NameLSAD
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