hyper_tbl_cube: A dplyr cube tbl

View source: R/hyper_tbl_cube.R

hyper_tbl_cubeR Documentation

A dplyr cube tbl

Description

Produce a tbl_cube from NetCDF. This is a delay-breaking function and causes data to be read from the source into the tbl cube format defined in the dplyr package.

Usage

hyper_tbl_cube(x, ..., force = FALSE)

## S3 method for class 'tidync'
hyper_tbl_cube(x, ..., force = FALSE)

## S3 method for class 'character'
hyper_tbl_cube(x, ..., force = FALSE)

Arguments

x

tidync object

...

arguments for hyper_filter()

force

ignore caveats about large extraction and just do it

Details

The size of an extraction is checked and if quite large there is an a user-controlled prompt to proceed or cancel. This can be disabled with options(tidync.large.data.check = FALSE)

  • please see hyper_array() for more details.

The tbl cube is a very general and arbitrarily-sized array that can be used with tidyverse functionality. Dimension coordinates are stored with the tbl cube, derived from the grid transforms.

Value

tbl_cube

dplyr::tbl_cube

See Also

hyper_array() and hyper_tibble() which are also delay-breaking functions that cause data to be read

Examples

f <- "S20080012008031.L3m_MO_CHL_chlor_a_9km.nc"
l3file <- system.file("extdata/oceandata", f, package= "tidync")
(cube <- hyper_tbl_cube(tidync(l3file) %>%
activate(chlor_a), lon = lon > 107, lat = abs(lat) < 30))
ufile <- system.file("extdata", "unidata", "test_hgroups.nc", 
 package = "tidync", mustWork = TRUE)
 
## some versions of NetCDF don't support this file
## (4.1.3 tidync/issues/82)
group_nc <- try(tidync(ufile), silent = TRUE)
if (!inherits(group_nc, "try-error")) {
 res <-  hyper_tbl_cube(tidync(ufile))
 print(res)
} else {
 ## the error was
 writeLines(c(group_nc))
}

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