Package 'CatastRo'

Title: Interface to the API 'Sede Electronica Del Catastro'
Description: Access public spatial data available under the 'INSPIRE' directive. Tools for downloading references and addresses of properties, as well as map images.
Authors: Ángel Delgado Panadero [aut, cph] , Iñaki Ucar [ctb] , Diego Hernangómez [aut, cre]
Maintainer: Diego Hernangómez <[email protected]>
License: GPL-2
Version: 0.4.0
Built: 2024-07-10 07:25:55 UTC
Source: https://github.com/rOpenSpain/CatastRo

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ATOM INSPIRE: Download all the addresses of a municipality

Description

Get the spatial data of all the addresses belonging to a single municipality using the INSPIRE ATOM service. Additionally, the function also returns the corresponding street information on the fields with the prefix ⁠tfname_*⁠.

Usage

catr_atom_get_address(
  munic,
  to = NULL,
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE
)

Arguments

munic

Municipality to extract, It can be a part of a string or the cadastral code. See catr_atom_search_munic() for getting the cadastral codes.

to

Optional parameter for defining the Territorial Office to which munic belongs. This parameter is a helper for narrowing the search.

cache

A logical whether to do caching. Default is TRUE. See About caching section on catr_set_cache_dir().

update_cache

A logical whether to update cache. Default is FALSE. When set to TRUE it would force a fresh download of the source file.

cache_dir

A path to a cache directory. On NULL value (the default) the function would store the cached files on the tempdir.

verbose

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

Value

A sf object.

References

API Documentation.

INSPIRE Services for Cadastral Cartography.

See Also

INSPIRE API functions: catr_atom_get_address_db_all(), catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all(), catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox(), catr_wms_get_layer()

Other INSPIRE ATOM services: catr_atom_get_address_db_all(), catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all(), catr_atom_search_munic()

Other addresses: catr_atom_get_address_db_all(), catr_wfs_get_address_bbox()

Other spatial: catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox(), catr_wms_get_layer()

Examples

s <- catr_atom_get_address("Melque",
  to = "Segovia"
)

library(ggplot2)

ggplot(s) +
  geom_sf(aes(color = specification)) +
  coord_sf(
    xlim = c(376200, 376850),
    ylim = c(4545000, 4546000)
  ) +
  labs(
    title = "Addresses",
    subtitle = "Melque de Cercos, Segovia"
  )

ATOM INSPIRE: Reference database for ATOM addresses

Description

Create a database containing the urls provided in the INSPIRE ATOM service of the Spanish Cadastre for extracting Addresses.

  • catr_atom_get_address_db_all() provides a top-level table including information of all the territorial offices (except Basque Country and Navarre) listing the municipalities included on each office.

  • catr_atom_get_address_db_to() provides a table for the specified territorial office including information for each of the municipalities of that office.

Usage

catr_atom_get_address_db_all(
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE
)

catr_atom_get_address_db_to(
  to,
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE
)

Arguments

cache

A logical whether to do caching. Default is TRUE. See About caching section on catr_set_cache_dir().

update_cache

A logical whether to update cache. Default is FALSE. When set to TRUE it would force a fresh download of the source file.

cache_dir

A path to a cache directory. On NULL value (the default) the function would store the cached files on the tempdir.

verbose

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

to

Territorial office. It can be any type of string, the function would perform a search using base::grep().

Value

A tibble with the information requested.

  • catr_atom_get_address_db_all() includes the following fields:

    • territorial_office: Territorial office, corresponding to each province of Spain expect Basque Country and Navarre.

    • url: ATOM url for the corresponding territorial office.

    • munic: Name of the municipality.

    • date: Reference date of the data. Note that the information of this service is updated twice a year.

  • catr_atom_get_address_db_to() includes the following fields:

    • munic: Name of the municipality.

    • url: url for downloading information of the corresponding municipality.

    • date: Reference date of the data. Note that the information of this service is updated twice a year.

Source

https://www.catastro.hacienda.gob.es/INSPIRE/Addresses/ES.SDGC.AD.atom.xml

See Also

INSPIRE API functions: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all(), catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox(), catr_wms_get_layer()

Other INSPIRE ATOM services: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all(), catr_atom_search_munic()

Other addresses: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_wfs_get_address_bbox()

Other databases: catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(), catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all(), catr_atom_search_munic(), catr_srs_values

Examples

catr_atom_get_address_db_all()

ATOM INSPIRE: Download all the buildings of a municipality

Description

Get the spatial data of all the buildings belonging to a single municipality using the INSPIRE ATOM service.

Usage

catr_atom_get_buildings(
  munic,
  to = NULL,
  what = c("building", "buildingpart", "other"),
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE
)

Arguments

munic

Municipality to extract, It can be a part of a string or the cadastral code. See catr_atom_search_munic() for getting the cadastral codes.

to

Optional parameter for defining the Territorial Office to which munic belongs. This parameter is a helper for narrowing the search.

what

Information to load. It could be:

  • "building" for buildings.

  • "buildingpart" for parts of a building.

  • "other" for others elements, as swimming pools, etc.

cache

A logical whether to do caching. Default is TRUE. See About caching section on catr_set_cache_dir().

update_cache

A logical whether to update cache. Default is FALSE. When set to TRUE it would force a fresh download of the source file.

cache_dir

A path to a cache directory. On NULL value (the default) the function would store the cached files on the tempdir.

verbose

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

Value

A sf object.

References

API Documentation.

INSPIRE Services for Cadastral Cartography.

See Also

INSPIRE API functions: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_address_db_all(), catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all(), catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox(), catr_wms_get_layer()

Other INSPIRE ATOM services: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_address_db_all(), catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all(), catr_atom_search_munic()

Other buildings: catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(), catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox()

Other spatial: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox(), catr_wms_get_layer()

Examples

s <- catr_atom_get_buildings("Nava de la Asuncion",
  to = "Segovia",
  what = "building"
)

library(ggplot2)
ggplot(s) +
  geom_sf() +
  coord_sf(
    xlim = c(374500, 375500),
    ylim = c(4556500, 4557500)
  ) +
  labs(
    title = "Buildings",
    subtitle = "Nava de la Asuncion, Segovia"
  )

ATOM INSPIRE: Reference database for ATOM buildings

Description

Create a database containing the urls provided in the INSPIRE ATOM service of the Spanish Cadastre for extracting buildings.

  • catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all() provides a top-level table including information of all the territorial offices (except Basque Country and Navarre) listing the municipalities included on each office.

  • catr_atom_get_buildings_db_to() provides a table for the specified territorial office including information for each of the municipalities of that office.

Usage

catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE
)

catr_atom_get_buildings_db_to(
  to,
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE
)

Arguments

cache

A logical whether to do caching. Default is TRUE. See About caching section on catr_set_cache_dir().

update_cache

A logical whether to update cache. Default is FALSE. When set to TRUE it would force a fresh download of the source file.

cache_dir

A path to a cache directory. On NULL value (the default) the function would store the cached files on the tempdir.

verbose

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

to

Territorial office. It can be any type of string, the function would perform a search using base::grep().

Value

A tibble with the information requested.

  • catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all() includes the following fields:

    • territorial_office: Territorial office, corresponding to each province of Spain expect Basque Country and Navarre.

    • url: ATOM url for the corresponding territorial office.

    • munic: Name of the municipality.

    • date: Reference date of the data. Note that the information of this service is updated twice a year.

  • catr_atom_get_buildings_db_to() includes the following fields:

    • munic: Name of the municipality.

    • url: url for downloading information of the corresponding municipality.

    • date: Reference date of the data. Note that the information of this service is updated twice a year.

Source

https://www.catastro.hacienda.gob.es/INSPIRE/buildings/ES.SDGC.BU.atom.xml

See Also

INSPIRE API functions: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_address_db_all(), catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all(), catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox(), catr_wms_get_layer()

Other INSPIRE ATOM services: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_address_db_all(), catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all(), catr_atom_search_munic()

Other buildings: catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox()

Other databases: catr_atom_get_address_db_all(), catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all(), catr_atom_search_munic(), catr_srs_values

Examples

catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all()

ATOM INSPIRE: Download all the cadastral parcels of a municipality

Description

Get the spatial data of all the cadastral parcels belonging to a single municipality using the INSPIRE ATOM service.

Usage

catr_atom_get_parcels(
  munic,
  to = NULL,
  what = "parcel",
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE
)

Arguments

munic

Municipality to extract, It can be a part of a string or the cadastral code. See catr_atom_search_munic() for getting the cadastral codes.

to

Optional parameter for defining the Territorial Office to which munic belongs. This parameter is a helper for narrowing the search.

what

Information to load. It could be "parcel" for cadastral parcels or "zoning" for cadastral zoning.

cache

A logical whether to do caching. Default is TRUE. See About caching section on catr_set_cache_dir().

update_cache

A logical whether to update cache. Default is FALSE. When set to TRUE it would force a fresh download of the source file.

cache_dir

A path to a cache directory. On NULL value (the default) the function would store the cached files on the tempdir.

verbose

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

Value

A sf object.

References

API Documentation.

INSPIRE Services for Cadastral Cartography.

See Also

INSPIRE API functions: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_address_db_all(), catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(), catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all(), catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox(), catr_wms_get_layer()

Other INSPIRE ATOM services: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_address_db_all(), catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(), catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all(), catr_atom_search_munic()

Other parcels: catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all(), catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox()

Other spatial: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox(), catr_wms_get_layer()

Examples

s <- catr_atom_get_parcels("Melque",
  to = "Segovia",
  what = "parcel"
)

library(ggplot2)

ggplot(s) +
  geom_sf() +
  labs(
    title = "Cadastral Zoning",
    subtitle = "Melque de Cercos, Segovia"
  )

ATOM INSPIRE: Reference database for ATOM cadastral parcels

Description

Create a database containing the urls provided in the INSPIRE ATOM service of the Spanish Cadastre for extracting cadastral parcels.

  • catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all() provides a top-level table including information of all the territorial offices (except Basque Country and Navarre) listing the municipalities included on each office.

  • catr_atom_get_parcels_db_to() provides a table for the specified territorial office including information for each of the municipalities of that office.

Usage

catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all(
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE
)

catr_atom_get_parcels_db_to(
  to,
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE
)

Arguments

cache

A logical whether to do caching. Default is TRUE. See About caching section on catr_set_cache_dir().

update_cache

A logical whether to update cache. Default is FALSE. When set to TRUE it would force a fresh download of the source file.

cache_dir

A path to a cache directory. On NULL value (the default) the function would store the cached files on the tempdir.

verbose

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

to

Territorial office. It can be any type of string, the function would perform a search using base::grep().

Value

A tibble with the information requested.

  • catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all() includes the following fields:

    • territorial_office: Territorial office, corresponding to each province of Spain expect Basque Country and Navarre.

    • url: ATOM url for the corresponding territorial office.

    • munic: Name of the municipality.

    • date: Reference date of the data. Note that the information of this service is updated twice a year.

  • catr_atom_get_parcels_db_to() includes the following fields:

    • munic: Name of the municipality.

    • url: url for downloading information of the corresponding municipality.

    • date: Reference date of the data. Note that the information of this service is updated twice a year.

Source

https://www.catastro.hacienda.gob.es/INSPIRE/CadastralParcels/ES.SDGC.CP.atom.xml

See Also

INSPIRE API functions: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_address_db_all(), catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox(), catr_wms_get_layer()

Other INSPIRE ATOM services: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_address_db_all(), catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_atom_search_munic()

Other parcels: catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox()

Other databases: catr_atom_get_address_db_all(), catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(), catr_atom_search_munic(), catr_srs_values

Examples

catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all()

ATOM INSPIRE: Search for municipality codes

Description

Search for a municipality (as a string, part of string or code) and get the corresponding coding as per the Cadastre.

Usage

catr_atom_search_munic(
  munic,
  to = NULL,
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE
)

Arguments

munic

Municipality to extract, It can be a part of a string or the cadastral code.

to

Optional parameter for defining the Territorial Office to which munic belongs. This parameter is a helper for narrowing the search.

cache

A logical whether to do caching. Default is TRUE. See About caching section on catr_set_cache_dir().

update_cache

A logical whether to update cache. Default is FALSE. When set to TRUE it would force a fresh download of the source file.

cache_dir

A path to a cache directory. On NULL value (the default) the function would store the cached files on the tempdir.

verbose

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

Value

A tibble.

See Also

Other INSPIRE ATOM services: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_address_db_all(), catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all()

Other search: catr_get_code_from_coords(), catr_ovc_get_cod_munic(), catr_ovc_get_cod_provinces()

Other databases: catr_atom_get_address_db_all(), catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(), catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all(), catr_srs_values

Examples

catr_atom_search_munic("Mad")

Clear your CatastRo cache dir

Description

Use this function with caution. This function would clear your cached data and configuration, specifically:

  • Deletes the CatastRo config directory (rappdirs::user_config_dir("CatastRo", "R")).

  • Deletes the cache_dir directory.

  • Deletes the values on stored on Sys.getenv("CATASTROESP_CACHE_DIR").

Usage

catr_clear_cache(config = FALSE, cached_data = TRUE, verbose = FALSE)

Arguments

config

if TRUE, will delete the configuration folder of CatastRo.

cached_data

If this is set to TRUE, it will delete your cache_dir and all its content.

verbose

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

Details

This is an overkill function that is intended to reset your status as it you would never have installed and/or used CatastRo.

Value

Invisible. This function is called for its side effects.

See Also

Other cache utilities: catr_set_cache_dir()

Examples

# Don't run this! It would modify your current state
## Not run: 
catr_clear_cache(verbose = TRUE)

## End(Not run)

Sys.getenv("CATASTROESP_CACHE_DIR")

Get the cadastral municipality code from coordinates

Description

This function takes as an input a pair of coordinates of a sf object and returns the corresponding municipality code for that coordinates.

See also mapSpain::esp_get_munic_siane() and catr_ovc_get_cod_munic().

Usage

catr_get_code_from_coords(x, srs, verbose = FALSE, cache_dir = NULL, ...)

Arguments

x

It could be:

  • A pair of coordinates c(x,y).

  • A sf object. See Details.

srs

SRS/CRS to use on the query. To check the admitted values check catr_srs_values, specifically the wfs_service column. See Details.

verbose

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

cache_dir

A path to a cache directory. On NULL value (the default) the function would store the cached files on the tempdir.

...

Arguments passed on to mapSpain::esp_get_munic_siane

year

Release year. See Details for years available.

Details

When x is a numeric vector, make sure that the srs matches the coordinate values.

When x is a sf object, only the first value would be used. The function would extract the coordinates using sf::st_centroid(x, of_largest_polygon = TRUE).

Value

A tibble with the format described in catr_ovc_get_cod_munic().

See Also

mapSpain::esp_get_munic_siane(), sf::st_centroid().

Other search: catr_atom_search_munic(), catr_ovc_get_cod_munic(), catr_ovc_get_cod_provinces()

Examples

# Use with coords
catr_get_code_from_coords(c(-16.25462, 28.46824), srs = 4326)

# Use with sf
prov <- mapSpain::esp_get_prov("Caceres")
catr_get_code_from_coords(prov)

OVCCallejero: Extract the code of a municipality

Description

Implementation of the OVCCallejero service ConsultaMunicipioCodigos.

Return the names and codes of a municipality. Returns both the codes as per the Cadastre and as per the INE (National Statistics Institute).

Usage

catr_ovc_get_cod_munic(cpro, cmun = NULL, cmun_ine = NULL, verbose = FALSE)

Arguments

cpro

The code of a province, as provided by catr_ovc_get_cod_provinces().

cmun

Code of a municipality, as recorded on the Spanish Cadastre.

cmun_ine

Code of a municipality, as recorded on National Statistics Institute. See INE: List of municipalities

verbose

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

Details

Parameter cpro is mandatory. Either cmun or cmun_ine should be provided.

On a successful query, the function returns a tibble with one row including the following columns:

  • munic: Name of the municipality as per the Cadastre.

  • catr_to: Cadastral territorial office code.

  • catr_munic: Municipality code as recorded on the Cadastre.

  • catrcode: Full Cadastral code for the municipality.

  • cpro: Province code as per the INE.

  • catr_munic: Municipality code as per the INE.

  • catrcode: Full INE code for the municipality.

  • Rest of fields: Check the API Docs.

Value

A tibble. See Details

References

ConsultaMunicipioCodigos.

See Also

mapSpain::esp_get_munic() to get shapes of municipalities, including the INE code.

OVCCoordenadas API: catr_ovc_get_cod_provinces()

Other search: catr_atom_search_munic(), catr_get_code_from_coords(), catr_ovc_get_cod_provinces()

Examples

# Get municipality by cadastal code
ab <- catr_ovc_get_cod_munic(2, 900)

ab

# Same query using the INE code

ab2 <- catr_ovc_get_cod_munic(2, cmun_ine = 3)

ab2

OVCCallejero: Extract a list of provinces with their codes

Description

Implementation of the OVCCallejero service ConsultaProvincia.

Return a list of the provinces included on the Spanish Cadastre.

Usage

catr_ovc_get_cod_provinces(verbose = FALSE)

Arguments

verbose

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

Value

A tibble.

References

ConsultaProvincia.

See Also

OVCCoordenadas API: catr_ovc_get_cod_munic()

Other search: catr_atom_search_munic(), catr_get_code_from_coords(), catr_ovc_get_cod_munic()

Examples

catr_ovc_get_cod_provinces()

OVCCoordenadas: Geocode a cadastral reference

Description

Implementation of the OVCCoordenadas service Consulta CPMRC.

Return the coordinates for a specific cadastral reference.

Usage

catr_ovc_get_cpmrc(
  rc,
  srs = 4326,
  province = NULL,
  municipality = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE
)

Arguments

rc

The cadastral reference to be geocoded.

srs

SRS/CRS to use on the query. To check the admitted values check catr_srs_values, specifically the ovc_service column.

province, municipality

Optional, used for narrowing the search.

verbose

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

Details

When the API does not provide any result, the function returns a tibble with the input parameters only.

On a successful query, the function returns a tibble with one row by cadastral reference, including the following columns:

  • xcoord, ycoord: X and Y coordinates in the specified SRS.

  • refcat: Cadastral Reference.

  • address: Address as it is recorded on the Cadastre.

  • Rest of fields: Check the API Docs.

Value

A tibble. See Details

References

Consulta CPMRC.

See Also

catr_srs_values, vignette("ovcservice", package = "CatastRo")

OVCCoordenadas API: catr_ovc_get_rccoor(), catr_ovc_get_rccoor_distancia(), catr_srs_values

Other cadastral references: catr_ovc_get_rccoor(), catr_ovc_get_rccoor_distancia()

Examples

# using all the arguments
catr_ovc_get_cpmrc("13077A01800039",
  4230,
  province = "CIUDAD REAL",
  municipality = "SANTA CRUZ DE MUDELA"
)

# only the cadastral reference
catr_ovc_get_cpmrc("9872023VH5797S")

OVCCoordenadas: Reverse geocode a cadastral reference

Description

Implementation of the OVCCoordenadas service Consulta RCCOOR.

Return the cadastral reference found of a set of specific coordinates.

Usage

catr_ovc_get_rccoor(lat, lon, srs = 4326, verbose = FALSE)

Arguments

lat

Latitude to use on the query. It should be specified in the same in the CRS/SRS specified by srs.

lon

Longitude to use on the query. It should be specified in the same in the CRS/SRS specified by srs.

srs

SRS/CRS to use on the query. To check the admitted values check catr_srs_values, specifically the ovc_service column.

verbose

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

Details

When the API does not provide any result, the function returns a tibble with the input parameters only.

On a successful query, the function returns a tibble with one row by cadastral reference, including the following columns:

  • geo.xcen, geo.ycen, geo.srs: Input parameters of the query.

  • refcat: Cadastral Reference.

  • address: Address as it is recorded on the Cadastre.

  • Rest of fields: Check the API Docs.

Value

A tibble. See Details

References

Consulta RCCOOR.

See Also

catr_srs_values, vignette("ovcservice", package = "CatastRo")

OVCCoordenadas API: catr_ovc_get_cpmrc(), catr_ovc_get_rccoor_distancia(), catr_srs_values

Other cadastral references: catr_ovc_get_cpmrc(), catr_ovc_get_rccoor_distancia()

Examples

catr_ovc_get_rccoor(
  lat = 38.6196566583596,
  lon = -3.45624183836806,
  srs = 4326
)

OVCCoordenadas: Reverse geocode cadastral references on a region

Description

Implementation of the OVCCoordenadas service Consulta RCCOOR Distancia.

Return the cadastral reference found on a set of coordinates. If no cadastral references are found, the API returns a list of the cadastral references found on an area of 50 square meters around the requested coordinates.

Usage

catr_ovc_get_rccoor_distancia(lat, lon, srs = 4326, verbose = FALSE)

Arguments

lat

Latitude to use on the query. It should be specified in the same in the CRS/SRS specified by srs.

lon

Longitude to use on the query. It should be specified in the same in the CRS/SRS specified by srs.

srs

SRS/CRS to use on the query. To check the admitted values check catr_srs_values, specifically the ovc_service column.

verbose

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

Details

When the API does not provide any result, the function returns a tibble with the input parameters only.

On a successful query, the function returns a tibble with one row by cadastral reference, including the following columns:

  • geo.xcen, geo.ycen, geo.srs: Input parameters of the query.

  • refcat: Cadastral reference.

  • address: Address as it is recorded on the Cadastre.

  • cmun_ine: Municipality code as registered on the INE (National Statistics Institute).

  • Rest of fields: Check the API Docs.

Value

A tibble. See Details

References

Consulta RCCOOR Distancia.

See Also

catr_srs_values, vignette("ovcservice", package = "CatastRo")

OVCCoordenadas API: catr_ovc_get_cpmrc(), catr_ovc_get_rccoor(), catr_srs_values

Other cadastral references: catr_ovc_get_cpmrc(), catr_ovc_get_rccoor()

Examples

catr_ovc_get_rccoor_distancia(
  lat = 40.963200,
  lon = -5.671420,
  srs = 4326
)

Set your CatastRo cache dir

Description

catr_set_cache_dir() will store your cache_dir path on your local machine and would load it for future sessions.

Alternatively, you can store the cache_dir manually with the following options:

  • Run Sys.setenv(CATASTROESP_CACHE_DIR = "cache_dir"). You would need to run this command on each session (Similar to install = FALSE).

  • Write this line on your .Renviron file: CATASTROESP_CACHE_DIR = "value_for_cache_dir" (same behavior than install = TRUE). This would store your cache_dir permanently.

catr_detect_cache_dir() detects and returns the path to your current cache_dir.

Usage

catr_set_cache_dir(
  cache_dir = NULL,
  overwrite = FALSE,
  install = FALSE,
  verbose = TRUE
)

catr_detect_cache_dir(...)

Arguments

cache_dir

A path to a cache directory. On NULL value (the default) the function would store the cached files on the tempdir.

overwrite

If this is set to TRUE, it will overwrite an existing CATASTROESP_CACHE_DIR that you already have in local machine.

install

if TRUE, will install the key in your local machine for use in future sessions. Defaults to FALSE. If cache_dir is FALSE this parameter is set to FALSE automatically.

verbose

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

...

Ignored

Value

catr_set_cache_dir() is called for its side effects, and returns an (invisible) character with the path to your cache_dir.

catr_detect_cache_dir() returns the path to the cache_dir used in this session

About caching

Sometimes cached files may be corrupt. On that case, try re-downloading the data setting update_cache = TRUE.

If you experience any problem on download, try to download the corresponding file by any other method and save it on your cache_dir. Use the option verbose = TRUE for debugging the API query.

See Also

rappdirs::user_config_dir()

Other cache utilities: catr_clear_cache()

Examples

# Don't run this! It would modify your current state
## Not run: 
catr_set_cache_dir(verbose = TRUE)

## End(Not run)


catr_detect_cache_dir()

Reference SRS codes for CatastRo APIs

Description

A tibble including the valid SRS (also known as CRS) values that may be used on each API service. The values are provided as EPSG codes.

Format

A tibble with 16 rows and columns:

SRS

Spatial Reference System (CRS) value, identified by the corresponding EPSG code.

Description

Description of the SRS/EPSG code.

ovc_service

Logical. Is this code valid on OVC services?

wfs_service

Logical. Is this code valid on INSPIRE WFS services?

Details

Table: Content of catr_srs_values

SRS Description ovc_service wfs_service
3785 ⁠Web Mercator⁠ FALSE TRUE
3857 ⁠Web Mercator⁠ FALSE TRUE
4230 ⁠Geográficas en ED 50⁠ TRUE FALSE
4258 ⁠Geográficas en ETRS89⁠ TRUE TRUE
4326 ⁠Geográficas en WGS 80⁠ TRUE TRUE
23029 ⁠UTM huso 29N en ED50⁠ TRUE FALSE
23030 ⁠UTM huso 30N en ED50⁠ TRUE FALSE
23031 ⁠UTM huso 31N en ED50⁠ TRUE FALSE
25829 ⁠UTM huso 29N en ETRS89⁠ TRUE TRUE
25830 ⁠UTM huso 30N en ETRS89⁠ TRUE TRUE
25831 ⁠UTM huso 31N en ETRS89⁠ TRUE TRUE
32627 ⁠UTM huso 27N en WGS 84⁠ TRUE FALSE
32628 ⁠UTM huso 28N en WGS 84⁠ TRUE FALSE
32629 ⁠UTM huso 29N en WGS 84⁠ TRUE FALSE
32630 ⁠UTM huso 30N en WGS 84⁠ TRUE FALSE
32631 ⁠UTM huso 31N en WGS 84⁠ TRUE FALSE

References

See Also

sf::st_crs().

Other databases: catr_atom_get_address_db_all(), catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(), catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all(), catr_atom_search_munic()

Other INSPIRE WFS services: catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox()

OVCCoordenadas API: catr_ovc_get_cpmrc(), catr_ovc_get_rccoor(), catr_ovc_get_rccoor_distancia()

Examples

data("catr_srs_values")

# OVC valid codes
library(dplyr)

catr_srs_values %>% filter(ovc_service == TRUE)

# WFS valid codes

catr_srs_values %>% filter(wfs_service == TRUE)

# Use with sf::st_crs()

catr_srs_values %>%
  filter(wfs_service == TRUE & ovc_service == TRUE) %>%
  print() %>%
  # First value
  slice_head(n = 1) %>%
  pull(SRS) %>%
  # As crs
  sf::st_crs(.)

WFS INSPIRE: Download addresses

Description

Get the spatial data of addresses The WFS Service allows to perform several types of queries:

  • By bounding box: Implemented on catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(). Extract objects included on the bounding box provided. See Details.

  • By street code: Implemented on catr_wfs_get_address_codvia(). Extract objects of specific addresses.

  • By cadastral reference: Implemented on catr_wfs_get_address_rc(). Extract objects of specific cadastral references

  • By postal codes: Implemented on catr_wfs_get_address_postalcode(). Extract objects of specific cadastral references

Usage

catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(x, srs, verbose = FALSE)

catr_wfs_get_address_codvia(codvia, del, mun, srs = NULL, verbose = FALSE)

catr_wfs_get_address_rc(rc, srs = NULL, verbose = FALSE)

catr_wfs_get_address_postalcode(postalcode, srs = NULL, 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. To check the admitted values check catr_srs_values, specifically the wfs_service column. See Details.

verbose

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

codvia

Cadastral street code.

del

Cadastral office code.

mun

Cadastral municipality code.

rc

The cadastral reference to be extracted.

postalcode

Postal code.

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:3857 - Web Mercator, to overcome a potential bug on the API side.

When x is a sf object, the value srs is ignored. In this case, the bounding box of the sf object would be used for the query (see sf::st_bbox()). The query is performed using EPSG:3857 (Web Mercator). The result is provided always in the SRS of the sf object provided as input.

Value

A sf object.

API Limits

The API service is limited to a bounding box of 4km2 and a maximum of 5.000 elements.

References

API Documentation.

INSPIRE Services for Cadastral Cartography.

See Also

sf::st_bbox()

INSPIRE API functions: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_address_db_all(), catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all(), catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox(), catr_wms_get_layer()

Other INSPIRE WFS services: catr_srs_values, catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox()

Other addresses: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_address_db_all()

Other spatial: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox(), catr_wms_get_layer()

Examples

ad <- catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(
  c(
    233673, 4015968, 233761, 4016008
  ),
  srs = 25830
)

library(ggplot2)

ggplot(ad) +
  geom_sf()

WFS INSPIRE: Download buildings

Description

Get the spatial data of buildings. The WFS Service allows to perform two types of queries:

  • By bounding box: Implemented on catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox(). Extract objects included on the bounding box provided. See Details.

  • By cadastral reference: Implemented on catr_wfs_get_buildings_rc(). Extract objects of specific cadastral references.

Usage

catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox(x, what = "building", srs, verbose = FALSE)

catr_wfs_get_buildings_rc(rc, what = "building", srs = NULL, 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.

what

Information to load. It could be:

  • "building" for buildings.

  • "buildingpart" for parts of a building.

  • "other" for others elements, as swimming pools, etc.

srs

SRS/CRS to use on the query. To check the admitted values check catr_srs_values, specifically the wfs_service column. See Details.

verbose

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

rc

The cadastral reference to be extracted.

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:3857 - Web Mercator, to overcome a potential bug on the API side. 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:3857 (Web Mercator) and the spatial object is projected back to the SRS of the initial object.

Value

A sf object.

API Limits

The API service is limited to a bounding box of 4km2 and a maximum of 5.000 elements.

References

API Documentation.

INSPIRE Services for Cadastral Cartography.

See Also

sf::st_bbox()

INSPIRE API functions: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_address_db_all(), catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all(), catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox(), catr_wms_get_layer()

Other INSPIRE WFS services: catr_srs_values, catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox()

Other buildings: catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all()

Other spatial: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox(), catr_wms_get_layer()

Examples

# Using bbox
building <- catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox(
  c(
    376550,
    4545424,
    376600,
    4545474
  ),
  srs = 25830
)
library(ggplot2)
ggplot(building) +
  geom_sf() +
  labs(title = "Search using bbox")

# Using rc
rc <- catr_wfs_get_buildings_rc("6656601UL7465N")
library(ggplot2)
ggplot(rc) +
  geom_sf() +
  labs(title = "Search using rc")

WFS INSPIRE: Download cadastral parcels

Description

Get the spatial data of cadastral parcels and zones. The WFS Service allows to perform several types of queries:

  • By bounding box: Implemented on catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox(). Extract objects included on the bounding box provided. See Details.

  • By zoning: Implemented on catr_wfs_get_parcels_zoning(). Extract objects of a specific cadastral zone.

  • By cadastral parcel: Implemented on catr_wfs_get_parcels_parcel(). Extract cadastral parcels of a specific cadastral reference.

  • Neighbor cadastral parcels: Implemented on catr_wfs_get_parcels_neigh_parcel(). Extract neighbor cadastral parcels of a specific cadastral reference.

  • Cadastral parcels by zoning: Implemented on catr_wfs_get_parcels_parcel_zoning(). Extract cadastral parcels of a specific cadastral zone.

Usage

catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox(x, what = "parcel", srs, verbose = FALSE)

catr_wfs_get_parcels_zoning(cod_zona, srs = NULL, verbose = FALSE)

catr_wfs_get_parcels_parcel(rc, srs = NULL, verbose = FALSE)

catr_wfs_get_parcels_neigh_parcel(rc, srs = NULL, verbose = FALSE)

catr_wfs_get_parcels_parcel_zoning(cod_zona, srs = NULL, 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.

what

Information to load. It could be "parcel" for cadastral parcels or "zoning" for cadastral zoning.

srs

SRS/CRS to use on the query. To check the admitted values check catr_srs_values, specifically the wfs_service column. See Details.

verbose

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

cod_zona

Cadastral zone code.

rc

The cadastral reference to be extracted.

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:3857 - Web Mercator, to overcome a potential bug on the API side. 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:3857 (Web Mercator) and the spatial object is projected back to the SRS of the initial object.

Value

A sf object.

API Limits

The API service is limited to the following constrains:

  • ⁠"parcel⁠: Bounding box of 1km2 and a maximum of 500. elements.

  • "zoning": Bounding box of 25km2 and a maximum of 500 elements.

References

API Documentation.

INSPIRE Services for Cadastral Cartography.

See Also

sf::st_bbox()

INSPIRE API functions: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_address_db_all(), catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all(), catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox(), catr_wms_get_layer()

Other INSPIRE WFS services: catr_srs_values, catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox()

Other parcels: catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all()

Other spatial: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox(), catr_wms_get_layer()

Examples

cp <- catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox(
  c(
    233673, 4015968, 233761, 4016008
  ),
  srs = 25830
)

library(ggplot2)

ggplot(cp) +
  geom_sf()

WMS INSPIRE: Download map images

Description

Get geotagged images from the Spanish Cadastre. This function is a wrapper of mapSpain::esp_getTiles().

Usage

catr_wms_get_layer(
  x,
  srs,
  what = c("building", "buildingpart", "parcel", "zoning", "address", "admboundary",
    "admunit"),
  styles = "default",
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE,
  crop = FALSE,
  options = NULL,
  ...
)

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. To check the admitted values check catr_srs_values, specifically the wfs_service column. See Details.

what

Layer to be extracted, see Details.

styles

Style of the WMS layer. See Details.

update_cache

A logical whether to update cache. Default is FALSE. When set to TRUE it would force a fresh download of the source file.

cache_dir

A path to a cache directory. On NULL value (the default) the function would store the cached files on the tempdir.

verbose

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

crop

TRUE if results should be cropped to the specified x extent, FALSE otherwise. If x is an sf object with one POINT, crop is set to FALSE.

options

A named list containing additional options to pass to the query.

...

Arguments passed on to mapSpain::esp_getTiles

res

Resolution (in pixels) of the final tile. Only valid for WMS.

bbox_expand

A numeric value that indicates the expansion percentage of the bounding box of x.

transparent

Logical. Provides transparent background, if supported. Depends on the selected provider on type.

mask

TRUE if the result should be masked to x.

Details

When x is a numeric vector, make sure that the srs matches the coordinate values. When x is a sf object, the value srs is ignored.

The query is performed using EPSG:3857 (Web Mercator) and the tile is projected back to the SRS of x. In case that the tile looks deformed, try either providing x or specify the SRS of the requested tile via the srs parameter, that ideally would need to match the SRS of x. See Examples.

Value

A SpatRaster is returned, with 3 (RGB) or 4 (RGBA) layers, see terra::RGB().

Layers

The parameter what defines the layer to be extracted. The equivalence with the API Docs equivalence is:

  • "parcel": CP.CadastralParcel

  • "zoning": CP.CadastralZoning

  • "building": BU.Building

  • "buildingpart": BU.BuildingPart

  • "address": AD.Address

  • "admboundary": AU.AdministrativeBoundary

  • "admunit": AU.AdministrativeUnit

Styles

The WMS service provide different styles on each layer (what parameter). Some of the styles available are:

  • "parcel": styles : "BoundariesOnly", "ReferencePointOnly", "ELFCadastre".

  • "zoning": styles : "BoundariesOnly", "ELFCadastre".

  • "building", "buildingpart": "ELFCadastre"

  • "address": "Number.ELFCadastre"

  • "admboundary", "admunit": "ELFCadastre"

Check the API Docs for more information.

References

API Documentation.

INSPIRE Services for Cadastral Cartography.

See Also

mapSpain::esp_getTiles() and terra::RGB(). For plotting see terra::plotRGB() and tidyterra::geom_spatraster_rgb().

INSPIRE API functions: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_address_db_all(), catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_buildings_db_all(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_atom_get_parcels_db_all(), catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox()

Other spatial: catr_atom_get_address(), catr_atom_get_buildings(), catr_atom_get_parcels(), catr_wfs_get_address_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_buildings_bbox(), catr_wfs_get_parcels_bbox()

Examples

# With a bbox

pict <- catr_wms_get_layer(
  c(222500, 4019500, 223700, 4020700),
  srs = 25830,
  what = "parcel"
)

library(mapSpain)
library(ggplot2)
library(tidyterra)

ggplot() +
  geom_spatraster_rgb(data = pict)


# With a spatial object

parcels <- catr_wfs_get_parcels_neigh_parcel("3662303TF3136B", srs = 25830)


# Use styles

parcels_img <- catr_wms_get_layer(parcels,
  what = "buildingpart",
  srs = 25830, # As parcels object
  bbox_expand = 0.3,
  styles = "ELFCadastre"
)


ggplot() +
  geom_sf(data = parcels, fill = "blue", alpha = 0.5) +
  geom_spatraster_rgb(data = parcels_img)