getOS_own: Get your sensors' data

Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/getOS_own.R

Description

Allow to access to vectors for your own sensors without any rate limitation.Note that authentication is required for this operation, otherwise you will get a 403 - Forbidden. More API information

Usage

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getOS_own(user = as.character(), key = as.character(), complete = TRUE,
  by = 6:8, serials = as.vector())

Arguments

user

A valid user of OpenSky Network .

key

The password of the user specified before.

complete

TRUE if you want to get complete cases depending on "by" variable.

by

A vector of numbers that specify the columns to take into account to complete cases. By default the filter works on Latitude, Longitude and Altitude column

serials

A character vector with the serials codes of your receivers you want to retrieve

Value

A dataframe with every flight registered on OpenSky Network in real-time, but only related to your own sensors registered in the platform.

Examples

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your_own_data <- getOS_own("your_user","your_password",
serials=c("your_sensor_serial1","your_sensor_serial2"))
your_own_data2 <- getOS_own("your_user","your_password",
serials="your_sensor_serial1")
your_own_data3 <- getOS_own("your_user","your_password")

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