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Get the spatial data of cadastral parcels by bounding box.

Usage

catrnav_wfs_get_parcels_bbox(x, srs, verbose = FALSE)

Arguments

x

See Details. It could be:

  • A numeric vector of length 4 with the coordinates that defines the bounding box: c(xmin, ymin, xmax, ymax)

  • A sf/sfc object, as provided by the sf package.

srs

SRS/CRS to use on the query. See Details.

verbose

Logical, displays information. Useful for debugging, default is FALSE.

Value

A sf object.

Details

When x is a numeric vector, make sure that the srs matches the coordinate values. Additionally, when the srs correspond to a geographic reference system (4326, 4258), the function queries the bounding box on EPSG:25830 - ETRS89 / UTM zone 30N. The result is provided always in the SRS provided in srs.

When x is a sf object, the value srs is ignored. The query is performed using EPSG:25830 (ETRS89 / UTM zone 30N) and the spatial object is projected back to the SRS of the initial object.

Examples

# \donttest{
downtown <- c(-1.646812, 42.814528, -1.638036, 42.820320)

cp <- catrnav_wfs_get_parcels_bbox(downtown, srs = 4326)

library(ggplot2)

ggplot(cp) +
  geom_sf()

# }