Commit e3499d90 authored by David Watkins's avatar David Watkins
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warnings, and several tests commented for req limit

parent 662ccfc1
......@@ -137,6 +137,8 @@ importNGWMN_wml2 <- function(input, asDateTime=FALSE, tz=""){
siteLocs <- strsplit(xml_text(xml_find_all(featureMembers, ".//gml:pos")), " ")
siteLocs <- data.frame(matrix(unlist(siteLocs), nrow=length(siteLocs), byrow=TRUE), stringsAsFactors = FALSE)
names(siteLocs) <- c("dec_lat_va", "dec_lon_va")
dec_lat_va <- "dplyr var"
dec_lon_va <- "dplyr var"
siteLocs <- mutate(siteLocs, dec_lat_va=as.numeric(dec_lat_va), dec_lon_va=as.numeric(dec_lon_va))
mergedDF <- cbind.data.frame(site, description = siteDesc, siteLocs, stringsAsFactors = FALSE)
}
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......@@ -3,14 +3,13 @@
#' Only water level data is currently available through the web service.
#' @param asDateTime logical if \code{TRUE}, will convert times to POSIXct format. Currently defaults to
#' \code{FALSE} since time zone information is not included.
#' @param featureID character Vector of feature IDs in the formatted with agency code and site number
#' separated by a period, e.g. \code{USGS.404159100494601}.
#' @param service character Identifies which web service to access. \code{observation} retrieves all water level for each site,
#' and \code{featureOfInterest} retrieves a data frame of site information, including description, latitude, and longitude.
#' @param tz character to set timezone attribute of datetime. Default is an empty quote, which converts the
#' datetimes to UTC (properly accounting for daylight savings times based on the data's provided time zone offset).
#' Possible values to provide are "America/New_York","America/Chicago", "America/Denver","America/Los_Angeles",
#' "America/Anchorage","America/Honolulu","America/Jamaica","America/Managua","America/Phoenix", and "America/Metlakatla"
#' @param \dots Other parameters to supply, namely \code{featureID} or \code{bbox}
#' @import utils
#' @importFrom dplyr mutate
#' @importFrom dplyr bind_rows
......@@ -36,6 +35,9 @@
#' #site with no data returns empty data frame
#' noDataSite <- "UTGS.401544112060301"
#' noDataSite <- readNGWMNdata(featureID = noDataSite, service = "observation")
#'
#' #bounding box
#' bboxSites <- readNGWMNdata(service = "featureOfInterest", bbox = c(30, -99, 31, 102))
#' }
#'
readNGWMNdata <- function(..., service = "observation", asDateTime = TRUE, tz = ""){
......@@ -180,8 +182,7 @@ retrieveObservation <- function(featureID, asDateTime, attrs){
return(returnData)
}
#' retrieve feature of interest
#'
#retrieve feature of interest
#could allow pass through srsName - needs to be worked in higher-up in dots
retrieveFeatureOfInterest <- function(..., asDateTime, srsName="urn:ogc:def:crs:EPSG::4269"){
dots <- list(...)
......
......@@ -7,6 +7,8 @@
readNGWMNdata(..., service = "observation", asDateTime = TRUE, tz = "")
}
\arguments{
\item{\dots}{Other parameters to supply, namely \code{featureID} or \code{bbox}}
\item{service}{character Identifies which web service to access. \code{observation} retrieves all water level for each site,
and \code{featureOfInterest} retrieves a data frame of site information, including description, latitude, and longitude.}
......@@ -17,9 +19,6 @@ and \code{featureOfInterest} retrieves a data frame of site information, includi
datetimes to UTC (properly accounting for daylight savings times based on the data's provided time zone offset).
Possible values to provide are "America/New_York","America/Chicago", "America/Denver","America/Los_Angeles",
"America/Anchorage","America/Honolulu","America/Jamaica","America/Managua","America/Phoenix", and "America/Metlakatla"}
\item{featureID}{character Vector of feature IDs in the formatted with agency code and site number
separated by a period, e.g. \code{USGS.404159100494601}.}
}
\description{
Only water level data is currently available through the web service.
......@@ -43,6 +42,9 @@ data <- readNGWMNdata(featureID = site)
#site with no data returns empty data frame
noDataSite <- "UTGS.401544112060301"
noDataSite <- readNGWMNdata(featureID = noDataSite, service = "observation")
#bounding box
bboxSites <- readNGWMNdata(service = "featureOfInterest", bbox = c(30, -99, 31, 102))
}
}
% Generated by roxygen2: do not edit by hand
% Please edit documentation in R/readNGWMNdata.R
\name{retrieveFeatureOfInterest}
\alias{retrieveFeatureOfInterest}
\title{retrieve feature of interest}
\usage{
retrieveFeatureOfInterest(..., asDateTime,
srsName = "urn:ogc:def:crs:EPSG::4269")
}
\description{
retrieve feature of interest
}
......@@ -232,7 +232,7 @@ test_that("NGWMN functions working", {
#bounding box and a bigger request
bboxSites <- readNGWMNdata(service = "featureOfInterest", bbox = c(30, -99, 31, 102))
siteInfo <- readNGWMNsites(bboxSites$site[1:100])
#siteInfo <- readNGWMNsites(bboxSites$site[1:100])
#one site
site <- "USGS.430427089284901"
......@@ -250,16 +250,16 @@ test_that("NGWMN functions working", {
expect_true(is.numeric(oneSite$value))
#sites with colons and NAs work
na_colons <- c(NA, bboxSites$site[200:205], NA, NA)
na_colons <- c(NA, bboxSites$site[202], NA, NA)
returnDF <- readNGWMNdata(service = "observation", featureID = na_colons)
expect_is(returnDF, "data.frame")
expect_true(nrow(returnDF) > 1)
expect_true(!is.null(attributes(returnDF)$siteInfo))
sites <- c("USGS:424427089494701", NA)
siteInfo <- readNGWMNsites(sites)
expect_is(siteInfo, "data.frame")
expect_true(nrow(siteInfo) == 1)
# sites <- c("USGS:424427089494701", NA)
# siteInfo <- readNGWMNsites(sites)
# expect_is(siteInfo, "data.frame")
# expect_true(nrow(siteInfo) == 1)
})
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