Package 'mapSpain'

Title: Administrative Boundaries of Spain
Description: Administrative Boundaries of Spain at several levels (Autonomous Communities, Provinces, Municipalities) based on the 'GISCO' 'Eurostat' database <https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/gisco> and 'CartoBase SIANE' from 'Instituto Geografico Nacional' <https://www.ign.es/>. It also provides a 'leaflet' plugin and the ability of downloading and processing static tiles.
Authors: Diego Hernangómez [aut, cre, cph] (<https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8457-4658>, rOpenSpain)
Maintainer: Diego Hernangómez <[email protected]>
License: GPL-3
Version: 0.9.0
Built: 2024-04-11 13:25:46 UTC
Source: https://github.com/rOpenSpain/mapSpain

Help Index


Include base tiles of Spanish public administrations on a leaflet map

Description

Include tiles of public Spanish organisms to a leaflet::leaflet() map.

Usage

addProviderEspTiles(
  map,
  provider,
  layerId = NULL,
  group = NULL,
  options = providerEspTileOptions()
)

providerEspTileOptions(...)

Arguments

map

A map widget created from leaflet::leaflet().

provider

Name of the provider, see esp_tiles_providers for values available.

layerId

the layer id

group

The name of the group the newly created layers should belong to Human-friendly group names are permitted–they need not be short, identifier-style names. Any number of layers and even different types of layers (e.g. markers and polygons) can share the same group name. See leaflet::addTiles().

options

a list of extra options for tile layers, popups, paths (circles, rectangles, polygons, ...), or other map elements

...

Arguments passed on to leaflet::providerTileOptions().

Details

providerEspTileOptions() is a wrapper of leaflet::providerTileOptions().

Value

A modified leaflet::leaflet() map object.

Source

https://dieghernan.github.io/leaflet-providersESP/ leaflet plugin, v1.3.3.

See Also

leaflet::leaflet(), leaflet::addTiles()

leaflet::providerTileOptions(), leaflet::tileOptions()

Other imagery utilities: esp_getTiles(), esp_make_provider(), esp_tiles_providers

Examples

library(leaflet)
PuertadelSol <-
  leaflet() %>%
  setView(
    lat = 40.4166,
    lng = -3.7038400,
    zoom = 18
  ) %>%
  addProviderEspTiles(provider = "IGNBase.Gris") %>%
  addProviderEspTiles(provider = "RedTransporte.Carreteras")

PuertadelSol

Check access to SIANE data

Description

Check if R has access to resources at https://github.com/rOpenSpain/mapSpain/tree/sianedata.

Usage

esp_check_access()

Value

a logical.

See Also

giscoR::gisco_check_access()

Other helper: esp_move_can()

Examples

esp_check_access()

Clear your mapSpain cache dir

Description

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

Usage

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

Arguments

config

if TRUE, will delete the configuration folder of mapSpain.

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 mapSpain.

Value

Invisible. This function is called for its side effects.

See Also

Other cache utilities: esp_detect_cache_dir(), esp_set_cache_dir()

Examples

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

## End(Not run)

Sys.getenv("MAPSPAIN_CACHE_DIR")

Spanish Code Translation Data Frame

Description

A data frame used internally for translating codes and names of the different subdivisions of Spain. The data frame provides the hierarchy of the subdivisions including NUTS1 level, Autonomous Communities (equivalent to NUTS2), Provinces and NUTS3 level. See Note.

Format

A data frame with 59 rows codes and columns:

nuts1.code

NUTS 1 code

nuts1.name

NUTS 1 name

nuts1.name.alt

NUTS 1 alternative name

nuts1.shortname.es

NUTS1 1 short (common) name (Spanish)

codauto

INE code of the autonomous community

iso2.ccaa.code

ISO2 code of the autonomous community

nuts2.code

NUTS 2 Code

ine.ccaa.name

INE name of the autonomous community

iso2.ccaa.name.es

ISO2 name of the autonomous community (Spanish)

iso2.ccaa.name.ca

ISO2 name of the autonomous community (Catalan)

iso2.ccaa.name.gl

ISO2 name of the autonomous community (Galician)

iso2.ccaa.name.eu

ISO2 name of the autonomous community (Basque)

nuts2.name

NUTS 2 name

cldr.ccaa.name.en

CLDR name of the autonomous community (English)

cldr.ccaa.name.es

CLDR name of the autonomous community (Spanish)

cldr.ccaa.name.ca

CLDR name of the autonomous community (Catalan)

cldr.ccaa.name.ga

CLDR name of the autonomous community (Galician)

cldr.ccaa.name.eu

CLDR name of the autonomous community (Basque)

ccaa.shortname.en

Short (common) name of the autonomous community (English)

ccaa.shortname.es

Short (common) name of the autonomous community (Spanish)

ccaa.shortname.ca

Short (common) name of the autonomous community (Catalan)

ccaa.shortname.ga

Short (common) name of the autonomous community (Galician)

ccaa.shortname.eu

Short (common) name of the autonomous community (Basque)

cpro

INE code of the province

iso2.prov.code

ISO2 code of the province

nuts.prov.code

NUTS code of the province

ine.prov.name

INE name of the province

iso2.prov.name.es

ISO2 name of the province (Spanish)

iso2.prov.name.ca

ISO2 name of the province (Catalan)

iso2.prov.name.ga

ISO2 name of the province (Galician)

iso2.prov.name.eu

ISO2 name of the province (Basque)

cldr.prov.name.en

CLDR name of the province (English)

cldr.prov.name.es

CLDR name of the province (Spanish)

cldr.prov.name.ca

CLDR name of the province (Catalan)

cldr.prov.name.ga

CLDR name of the province (Galician)

cldr.prov.name.eu

CLDR name of the province (Basque)

prov.shortname.en

Short (common) name of the province (English)

prov.shortname.es

Short (common) name of the province (Spanish)

prov.shortname.ca

Short (common) name of the province (Catalan)

prov.shortname.ga

Short (common) name of the province (Galician)

prov.shortname.eu

Short (common) name of the province (Basque)

nuts3.code

NUTS 3 code

nuts3.name

NUTS 3 name

nuts3.shortname.es

NUTS 3 short (common) name

Note

Although NUTS2 matches the first subdivision level of Spain (CCAA - Autonomous Communities), it should be noted that NUTS3 does not match the second subdivision level of Spain (Provinces). NUTS3 provides a dedicated code for major islands whereas the Provinces doesn't.

Ceuta and Melilla has an specific status (Autonomous Cities) but are considered as communities with a single province (as Madrid, Asturias or Murcia) on this dataset.

Source

See Also

Other datasets: esp_munic.sf, esp_nuts.sf, esp_tiles_providers, pobmun19

Other political: esp_get_can_box(), esp_get_capimun(), esp_get_ccaa(), esp_get_comarca(), esp_get_country(), esp_get_gridmap, esp_get_munic(), esp_get_nuts(), esp_get_prov(), esp_get_simpl_prov()

Other dictionary: esp_dict_region_code()

Examples

data("esp_codelist")

Detect cache dir for mapSpain

Description

Helper function to detect the current cache folder. See esp_set_cache_dir()

Usage

esp_detect_cache_dir(x = NULL)

Arguments

x

Ignored

Value

A character with the path to your cache_dir.

See Also

Other cache utilities: esp_clear_cache(), esp_set_cache_dir()

Examples

esp_detect_cache_dir()

Convert and translate Subdivision Names

Description

Converts long subdivision names into different coding schemes and languages.

Usage

esp_dict_region_code(sourcevar, origin = "text", destination = "text")

esp_dict_translate(sourcevar, lang = "en", all = FALSE)

Arguments

sourcevar

Vector which contains the subdivision names to be converted.

origin, destination

One of "text", "nuts", "iso2", "codauto" and "cpro".

lang

Language of translation. Available languages are:

  • "es": Spanish

  • "en": English

  • "ca": Catalan

  • "ga": Galician

  • "eu": Basque

all

Logical. Should the function return all names or not? On FALSE it returns a character vector. See Value.

Details

If no match is found for any value, the function displays a warning and returns NA for those values.

Note that mixing names of different administrative levels (e.g. "Catalonia" and "Barcelona") may return empty values, depending on the destination values.

Value

esp_dict_region_code() returns a vector of characters.

esp_dict_translate() returns a character vector or a named list with each of the possible names of each sourcevar on the required language lang.

See Also

Other dictionary: esp_codelist

Other dictionary: esp_codelist

Examples

vals <- c("Errioxa", "Coruna", "Gerona", "Madrid")

esp_dict_region_code(vals)
esp_dict_region_code(vals, destination = "nuts")
esp_dict_region_code(vals, destination = "cpro")
esp_dict_region_code(vals, destination = "iso2")

# From ISO2 to another codes

iso2vals <- c("ES-M", "ES-S", "ES-SG")
esp_dict_region_code(iso2vals, origin = "iso2")
esp_dict_region_code(iso2vals,
  origin = "iso2",
  destination = "nuts"
)
esp_dict_region_code(iso2vals,
  origin = "iso2",
  destination = "cpro"
)

# Mixing levels
valsmix <- c("Centro", "Andalucia", "Seville", "Menorca")
esp_dict_region_code(valsmix, destination = "nuts")
## Not run: 

# Warning

esp_dict_region_code(valsmix, destination = "codauto")
esp_dict_region_code(valsmix, destination = "iso2")

## End(Not run)


vals <- c("La Rioja", "Sevilla", "Madrid", "Jaen", "Orense", "Baleares")

esp_dict_translate(vals)
esp_dict_translate(vals, lang = "es")
esp_dict_translate(vals, lang = "ca")
esp_dict_translate(vals, lang = "eu")
esp_dict_translate(vals, lang = "ga")

esp_dict_translate(vals, lang = "ga", all = TRUE)

Get sf lines and polygons for insetting the Canary Islands

Description

When plotting Spain, it is usual to represent the Canary Islands as an inset (see moveCAN on esp_get_nuts()). These functions provides complementary lines and polygons to be used when the Canary Islands are displayed as an inset.

See also esp_move_can() to displace stand-alone objects on the Canary Islands.

Usage

esp_get_can_box(style = "right", moveCAN = TRUE, epsg = "4258")

esp_get_can_provinces(moveCAN = TRUE, epsg = "4258")

Arguments

style

Style of line around Canary Islands. Four options available: "left", "right", "box" or "poly".

moveCAN

A logical TRUE/FALSE or a vector of coordinates c(lat, lon). It places the Canary Islands close to Spain's mainland. Initial position can be adjusted using the vector of coordinates. See Displacing the Canary Islands.

epsg

projection of the map: 4-digit EPSG code. One of:

  • "4258": ETRS89

  • "4326": WGS84

  • "3035": ETRS89 / ETRS-LAEA

  • "3857": Pseudo-Mercator

Value

A sf polygon or line depending of style parameter.

esp_get_can_provinces returns a LINESTRING object.

Displacing the Canary Islands

While moveCAN is useful for visualization, it would alter the actual geographic position of the Canary Islands. When using the output for spatial analysis or using tiles (e.g. with esp_getTiles() or addProviderEspTiles()) this option should be set to FALSE in order to get the actual coordinates, instead of the modified ones. See also esp_move_can() for displacing stand-alone sf objects.

Source

esp_get_can_provinces extracted from CartoBase ANE, se89_mult_admin_provcan_l.shp file.

See Also

Other political: esp_codelist, esp_get_capimun(), esp_get_ccaa(), esp_get_comarca(), esp_get_country(), esp_get_gridmap, esp_get_munic(), esp_get_nuts(), esp_get_prov(), esp_get_simpl_prov()

Other Canary Islands: esp_move_can()

Examples

Provs <- esp_get_prov()
Box <- esp_get_can_box()
Line <- esp_get_can_provinces()

# Plot
library(ggplot2)

ggplot(Provs) +
  geom_sf() +
  geom_sf(data = Box) +
  geom_sf(data = Line) +
  theme_linedraw()

# Displacing Canary

# By same factor

displace <- c(15, 0)

Provs_D <- esp_get_prov(moveCAN = displace)

Box_D <- esp_get_can_box(style = "left", moveCAN = displace)

Line_D <- esp_get_can_provinces(moveCAN = displace)

ggplot(Provs_D) +
  geom_sf() +
  geom_sf(data = Box_D) +
  geom_sf(data = Line_D) +
  theme_linedraw()


# Example with poly option

# Get countries with giscoR

library(giscoR)

# Low resolution map
res <- "20"

Countries <-
  gisco_get_countries(
    res = res,
    epsg = "4326",
    country = c("France", "Portugal", "Andorra", "Morocco", "Argelia")
  )
CANbox <-
  esp_get_can_box(
    style = "poly",
    epsg = "4326",
    moveCAN = c(12.5, 0)
  )

CCAA <- esp_get_ccaa(
  res = res,
  epsg = "4326",
  moveCAN = c(12.5, 0) # Same displacement factor)
)

# Plot

ggplot(Countries) +
  geom_sf(fill = "#DFDFDF") +
  geom_sf(data = CANbox, fill = "#C7E7FB", linewidth = 1) +
  geom_sf(data = CCAA, fill = "#FDFBEA") +
  coord_sf(
    xlim = c(-10, 4.3),
    ylim = c(34.6, 44)
  ) +
  theme(
    panel.background = element_rect(fill = "#C7E7FB"),
    panel.grid = element_blank()
  )

Get sf points of the municipalities of Spain

Description

Get a sf point with the location of the political powers for each municipality (possibly the center of the municipality).

Note that this differs of the centroid of the boundaries of the municipality, returned by esp_get_munic().

Usage

esp_get_capimun(
  year = Sys.Date(),
  epsg = "4258",
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE,
  region = NULL,
  munic = NULL,
  moveCAN = TRUE,
  rawcols = FALSE
)

Arguments

year

Release year. See Details for years available.

epsg

projection of the map: 4-digit EPSG code. One of:

  • "4258": ETRS89

  • "4326": WGS84

  • "3035": ETRS89 / ETRS-LAEA

  • "3857": Pseudo-Mercator

cache

A logical whether to do caching. Default is TRUE. See About caching.

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. See About caching.

verbose

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

region

A vector of names and/or codes for provinces or NULL to get all the municipalities. See Details.

munic

A name or regex expression with the names of the required municipalities. NULL would not produce any filtering.

moveCAN

A logical TRUE/FALSE or a vector of coordinates c(lat, lon). It places the Canary Islands close to Spain's mainland. Initial position can be adjusted using the vector of coordinates. See Displacing the Canary Islands.

rawcols

Logical. Setting this to TRUE would add the raw columns of the dataset provided by IGN.

Details

year could be passed as a single year (YYYY format, as end of year) or as a specific date (YYYY-MM-DD format). Historical information starts as of 2005.

When using region you can use and mix names and NUTS codes (levels 1, 2 or 3), ISO codes (corresponding to level 2 or 3) or cpro. See esp_codelist

When calling a superior level (Province, Autonomous Community or NUTS1) , all the municipalities of that level would be added.

Value

A sf point object.

About caching

You can set your cache_dir with esp_set_cache_dir().

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 .geojson file by any other method and save it on your cache_dir. Use the option verbose = TRUE for debugging the API query.

Displacing the Canary Islands

While moveCAN is useful for visualization, it would alter the actual geographic position of the Canary Islands. When using the output for spatial analysis or using tiles (e.g. with esp_getTiles() or addProviderEspTiles()) this option should be set to FALSE in order to get the actual coordinates, instead of the modified ones. See also esp_move_can() for displacing stand-alone sf objects.

Source

IGN data via a custom CDN (see https://github.com/rOpenSpain/mapSpain/tree/sianedata).

See Also

Other political: esp_codelist, esp_get_can_box(), esp_get_ccaa(), esp_get_comarca(), esp_get_country(), esp_get_gridmap, esp_get_munic(), esp_get_nuts(), esp_get_prov(), esp_get_simpl_prov()

Other municipalities: esp_get_munic(), esp_munic.sf

Examples

## Not run: 
# This code compares centroids of municipalities against esp_get_capimun
# It also download tiles, make sure you are online

library(sf)

# Get shape
area <- esp_get_munic_siane(munic = "Valladolid", epsg = 3857)

# Area in km2
print(paste0(round(as.double(sf::st_area(area)) / 1000000, 2), " km2"))

# Extract centroid
centroid <- sf::st_centroid(area)
centroid$type <- "Centroid"

# Compare with capimun
capimun <- esp_get_capimun(munic = "Valladolid", epsg = 3857)
capimun$type <- "Capimun"

# Get a tile to check
tile <- esp_getTiles(area, "IGNBase.Todo", zoommin = 2)

# Join both point geometries
points <- rbind(
  centroid[, "type"],
  capimun[, "type"]
)


# Check on plot
library(ggplot2)
library(tidyterra)

ggplot(points) +
  geom_spatraster_rgb(data = tile, maxcell = Inf) +
  geom_sf(data = area, fill = NA, color = "blue") +
  geom_sf(data = points, aes(fill = type), size = 5, shape = 21) +
  scale_fill_manual(values = c("green", "red")) +
  theme_void() +
  labs(title = "Centroid vs. capimun")

## End(Not run)

Get Autonomous Communities of Spain as sf polygons and points

Description

Returns Autonomous Communities of Spain as polygons and points at a specified scale.

Usage

esp_get_ccaa(ccaa = NULL, moveCAN = TRUE, ...)

esp_get_ccaa_siane(
  ccaa = NULL,
  year = Sys.Date(),
  epsg = "4258",
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE,
  resolution = "3",
  moveCAN = TRUE,
  rawcols = FALSE
)

Arguments

ccaa

A vector of names and/or codes for autonomous communities or NULL to get all the autonomous communities. See Details.

moveCAN

A logical TRUE/FALSE or a vector of coordinates c(lat, lon). It places the Canary Islands close to Spain's mainland. Initial position can be adjusted using the vector of coordinates. See Displacing the Canary Islands.

...

Arguments passed on to esp_get_nuts

spatialtype

Type of geometry to be returned:

  • "LB": Labels - point object.

  • "RG": Regions - polygon object.

year

Release year. See esp_get_nuts() for esp_get_ccaa() and Details for esp_get_ccaa_siane()

epsg

projection of the map: 4-digit EPSG code. One of:

  • "4258": ETRS89

  • "4326": WGS84

  • "3035": ETRS89 / ETRS-LAEA

  • "3857": Pseudo-Mercator

cache

A logical whether to do caching. Default is TRUE. See About caching.

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. See About caching.

verbose

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

resolution

Resolution of the polygon. Values available are 3, 6.5 or 10.

rawcols

Logical. Setting this to TRUE would add the raw columns of the dataset provided by IGN.

Details

When using ccaa you can use and mix names and NUTS codes (levels 1 or 2), ISO codes (corresponding to level 2) or codauto (see esp_codelist). Ceuta and Melilla are considered as Autonomous Communities on this function.

When calling a NUTS1 level, all the Autonomous Communities of that level would be added.

On esp_get_ccaa_siane(), year could be passed as a single year (YYYY format, as end of year) or as a specific date (YYYY-MM-DD format). Historical information starts as of 2005.

Value

A sf object specified by spatialtype.

About caching

You can set your cache_dir with esp_set_cache_dir().

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 .geojson file by any other method and save it on your cache_dir. Use the option verbose = TRUE for debugging the API query.

Displacing the Canary Islands

While moveCAN is useful for visualization, it would alter the actual geographic position of the Canary Islands. When using the output for spatial analysis or using tiles (e.g. with esp_getTiles() or addProviderEspTiles()) this option should be set to FALSE in order to get the actual coordinates, instead of the modified ones. See also esp_move_can() for displacing stand-alone sf objects.

Source

IGN data via a custom CDN (see https://github.com/rOpenSpain/mapSpain/tree/sianedata).

See Also

Other political: esp_codelist, esp_get_can_box(), esp_get_capimun(), esp_get_comarca(), esp_get_country(), esp_get_gridmap, esp_get_munic(), esp_get_nuts(), esp_get_prov(), esp_get_simpl_prov()

Examples

ccaa <- esp_get_ccaa()

library(ggplot2)

ggplot(ccaa) +
  geom_sf()

# Random CCAA
Random <- esp_get_ccaa(ccaa = c(
  "Euskadi",
  "Catalunya",
  "ES-EX",
  "Canarias",
  "ES52",
  "01"
))


ggplot(Random) +
  geom_sf(aes(fill = codauto), show.legend = FALSE) +
  geom_sf_label(aes(label = codauto), alpha = 0.3)

# All CCAA of a Zone plus an addition

Mix <-
  esp_get_ccaa(ccaa = c("La Rioja", "Noroeste"))

ggplot(Mix) +
  geom_sf()

# Combine with giscoR to get countries


library(giscoR)
library(sf)

res <- 20 # Set same resoluion

europe <- gisco_get_countries(resolution = res)
ccaa <- esp_get_ccaa(moveCAN = FALSE, resolution = res)

# Transform to same CRS
europe <- st_transform(europe, 3035)
ccaa <- st_transform(ccaa, 3035)

ggplot(europe) +
  geom_sf(fill = "#DFDFDF", color = "#656565") +
  geom_sf(data = ccaa, fill = "#FDFBEA", color = "#656565") +
  coord_sf(
    xlim = c(23, 74) * 10e4,
    ylim = c(14, 55) * 10e4
  ) +
  theme(panel.background = element_rect(fill = "#C7E7FB"))

Get 'comarcas' of Spain as sf polygons

Description

Returns 'comarcas' of Spain as polygons,as provided by the INE (Instituto Nacional de Estadistica).

Usage

esp_get_comarca(
  region = NULL,
  comarca = NULL,
  moveCAN = TRUE,
  epsg = "4258",
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE
)

Arguments

region

A vector of names and/or codes for provinces or NULL to get all the comarcas., See Details.

comarca

A name or regex expression with the names of the required comarcas. NULL would not produce any filtering.

moveCAN

A logical TRUE/FALSE or a vector of coordinates c(lat, lon). It places the Canary Islands close to Spain's mainland. Initial position can be adjusted using the vector of coordinates. See Displacing the Canary Islands.

epsg

projection of the map: 4-digit EPSG code. One of:

  • "4258": ETRS89

  • "4326": WGS84

  • "3035": ETRS89 / ETRS-LAEA

  • "3857": Pseudo-Mercator

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. See About caching.

verbose

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

Details

'Comarcas' (English equivalent: district, county, area or zone) does not always have a formal legal status. They correspond mainly to natural areas (valleys, river basins etc.) or even to historical regions or ancient kingdoms.

When using region you can use and mix names and NUTS codes (levels 1, 2 or 3), ISO codes (corresponding to level 2 or 3) or "cpro" (see esp_codelist).

When calling a superior level (Province, Autonomous Community or NUTS1) , all the comarcas of that level would be added.

Legal Notice

The use of the information contained on the INE website may be carried out by users or re-use agents, at their own risk, and they will be the sole liable parties in the case of having to answer to third parties due to damages arising from such use.

Value

A sf polygon object.

About caching

You can set your cache_dir with esp_set_cache_dir().

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 .geojson file by any other method and save it on your cache_dir. Use the option verbose = TRUE for debugging the API query.

Displacing the Canary Islands

While moveCAN is useful for visualization, it would alter the actual geographic position of the Canary Islands. When using the output for spatial analysis or using tiles (e.g. with esp_getTiles() or addProviderEspTiles()) this option should be set to FALSE in order to get the actual coordinates, instead of the modified ones. See also esp_move_can() for displacing stand-alone sf objects.

Source

INE: PC_Axis files.

See Also

Other political: esp_codelist, esp_get_can_box(), esp_get_capimun(), esp_get_ccaa(), esp_get_country(), esp_get_gridmap, esp_get_munic(), esp_get_nuts(), esp_get_prov(), esp_get_simpl_prov()

Examples

comarcas <- esp_get_comarca(moveCAN = FALSE)

library(ggplot2)

ggplot(comarcas) +
  geom_sf()

# Comarcas of Castille and Leon

comarcas_cyl <- esp_get_comarca("Castilla y Leon")

ggplot(comarcas_cyl) +
  geom_sf(aes(fill = ine.prov.name)) +
  labs(fill = "Province")

# Comarcas with Mountains or Alt(o,a) in the name

comarcas_alto <- esp_get_comarca(
  comarca = "Montaña|Monte|Sierra|Alt",
  epsg = 3857
)

ggplot(comarcas_alto) +
  geom_sf(aes(fill = ine.ccaa.name)) +
  geom_sf_text(aes(label = name), check_overlap = TRUE) +
  labs(fill = "CCAA")

Get the borders of Spain as a sf polygon

Description

Returns the boundaries of Spain as a single sf polygon at a specified scale.

Usage

esp_get_country(moveCAN = TRUE, ...)

Arguments

moveCAN

A logical TRUE/FALSE or a vector of coordinates c(lat, lon). It places the Canary Islands close to Spain's mainland. Initial position can be adjusted using the vector of coordinates. See Displacing the Canary Islands.

...

Arguments passed on to esp_get_nuts

year

Release year of the file. One of "2003", "2006", "2010", "2013", "2016" or "2021".

epsg

projection of the map: 4-digit EPSG code. One of:

  • "4258": ETRS89

  • "4326": WGS84

  • "3035": ETRS89 / ETRS-LAEA

  • "3857": Pseudo-Mercator

cache

A logical whether to do caching. Default is TRUE. See About caching.

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. See About caching.

verbose

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

resolution

Resolution of the geospatial data. One of

  • "60": 1:60million

  • "20": 1:20million

  • "10": 1:10million

  • "03": 1:3million

  • "01": 1:1million

Value

A sf polygon object.

About caching

You can set your cache_dir with esp_set_cache_dir().

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 .geojson file by any other method and save it on your cache_dir. Use the option verbose = TRUE for debugging the API query.

Displacing the Canary Islands

While moveCAN is useful for visualization, it would alter the actual geographic position of the Canary Islands. When using the output for spatial analysis or using tiles (e.g. with esp_getTiles() or addProviderEspTiles()) this option should be set to FALSE in order to get the actual coordinates, instead of the modified ones. See also esp_move_can() for displacing stand-alone sf objects.

See Also

Other political: esp_codelist, esp_get_can_box(), esp_get_capimun(), esp_get_ccaa(), esp_get_comarca(), esp_get_gridmap, esp_get_munic(), esp_get_nuts(), esp_get_prov(), esp_get_simpl_prov()

Examples

OriginalCan <- esp_get_country(moveCAN = FALSE)

# One row only

nrow(OriginalCan)

library(ggplot2)

ggplot(OriginalCan) +
  geom_sf(fill = "grey70")


# Less resolution

MovedCan <- esp_get_country(moveCAN = TRUE, resolution = "20")

library(ggplot2)

ggplot(MovedCan) +
  geom_sf(fill = "grey70")

Get sf polygons of the national geographic grids provided by BDN

Description

Loads a sf polygon with the geographic grids of Spain as provided on the Banco de Datos de la Naturaleza (Nature Data Bank), by the Ministry of Environment (MITECO):

Usage

esp_get_grid_BDN(
  resolution = 10,
  type = "main",
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE
)

esp_get_grid_BDN_ccaa(
  ccaa,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE
)

Arguments

resolution

Resolution of the grid in kms. Could be 5 or 10.

type

The scope of the grid. It could be mainland Spain ("main") or the Canary Islands ("canary").

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. See About caching.

verbose

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

ccaa

A vector of names and/or codes for autonomous communities. See Details on esp_get_ccaa().

Value

A sf polygon

About caching

You can set your cache_dir with esp_set_cache_dir().

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 .geojson file by any other method and save it on your cache_dir. Use the option verbose = TRUE for debugging the API query.

Source

BDN data via a custom CDN (see https://github.com/rOpenSpain/mapSpain/tree/sianedata/MTN).

See original metadata and source on https://www.miteco.gob.es/es/biodiversidad/servicios/banco-datos-naturaleza/informacion-disponible/bdn-cart-aux-descargas-ccaa.html

See Also

esp_get_ccaa()

Other grids: esp_get_grid_EEA(), esp_get_grid_ESDAC(), esp_get_grid_MTN()

Examples

grid <- esp_get_grid_BDN(resolution = "10", type = "main")

library(ggplot2)

ggplot(grid) +
  geom_sf() +
  theme_light() +
  labs(title = "BDN Grid for Spain")

Get sf polygons of the national geographic grids provided by EEA

Description

Loads a sf polygon with the geographic grids of Spain as provided by the European Environment Agency (EEA).

Usage

esp_get_grid_EEA(
  resolution = 100,
  type = "main",
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE
)

Arguments

resolution

Resolution of the grid in kms. Could be 1, 10 or 100.

type

The scope of the grid. It could be mainland Spain ("main") or the Canary Islands ("canary").

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. See About caching.

verbose

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

Value

A sf polygon

About caching

You can set your cache_dir with esp_set_cache_dir().

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 .geojson file by any other method and save it on your cache_dir. Use the option verbose = TRUE for debugging the API query.

Source

EEA reference grid.

See Also

Other grids: esp_get_grid_BDN(), esp_get_grid_ESDAC(), esp_get_grid_MTN()

Examples

## Not run: 

grid <- esp_get_grid_EEA(type = "main", resolution = 100)
grid_can <- esp_get_grid_EEA(type = "canary", resolution = 100)
esp <- esp_get_country(moveCAN = FALSE)

library(ggplot2)

ggplot(grid) +
  geom_sf() +
  geom_sf(data = grid_can) +
  geom_sf(data = esp, fill = NA) +
  theme_light() +
  labs(title = "EEA Grid for Spain")

## End(Not run)

Get sf polygons of the national geographic grids provided by ESDAC

Description

Loads a sf polygon with the geographic grids of Spain as provided by the European Soil Data Centre (ESDAC).

Usage

esp_get_grid_ESDAC(
  resolution = 10,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE
)

Arguments

resolution

Resolution of the grid in kms. Could be 1 or 10.

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. See About caching.

verbose

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

Value

A sf polygon

About caching

You can set your cache_dir with esp_set_cache_dir().

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 .geojson file by any other method and save it on your cache_dir. Use the option verbose = TRUE for debugging the API query.

Source

EEA reference grid.

References

See Also

Other grids: esp_get_grid_BDN(), esp_get_grid_EEA(), esp_get_grid_MTN()

Examples

## Not run: 
grid <- esp_get_grid_ESDAC()
esp <- esp_get_country(moveCAN = FALSE)

library(ggplot2)

ggplot(grid) +
  geom_sf() +
  geom_sf(data = esp, color = "grey50", fill = NA) +
  theme_light() +
  labs(title = "ESDAC Grid for Spain")

## End(Not run)

Get sf polygons of the national geographic grids provided by IGN

Description

Loads a sf polygon with the geographic grids of Spain.

Usage

esp_get_grid_MTN(
  grid = "MTN25_ETRS89_Peninsula_Baleares_Canarias",
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE
)

Arguments

grid

Name of the grid to be loaded. 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. See About caching.

verbose

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

Details

Metadata available on https://github.com/rOpenSpain/mapSpain/tree/sianedata/MTN.

Possible values of grid are:

grid_name
MTN25_ED50_Peninsula_Baleares
MTN25_ETRS89_ceuta_melilla_alboran
MTN25_ETRS89_Peninsula_Baleares_Canarias
MTN25_RegCan95_Canarias
MTN50_ED50_Peninsula_Baleares
MTN50_ETRS89_Peninsula_Baleares_Canarias
MTN50_RegCan95_Canarias

MTN Grids

A description of the MTN (Mapa Topografico Nacional) grids available:

MTN25_ED50_Peninsula_Baleares

MTN25 grid corresponding to the Peninsula and Balearic Islands, in ED50 and geographical coordinates (longitude, latitude) This is the real MTN25 grid, that is, the one that divides the current printed series of the map, taking into account special sheets and irregularities.

MTN50_ED50_Peninsula_Baleares

MTN50 grid corresponding to the Peninsula and Balearic Islands, in ED50 and geographical coordinates (longitude, latitude) This is the real MTN50 grid, that is, the one that divides the current printed series of the map, taking into account special sheets and irregularities.

MTN25_ETRS89_ceuta_melilla_alboran

MTN25 grid corresponding to Ceuta, Melilla, Alboran and Spanish territories in North Africa, adjusted to the new official geodetic reference system ETRS89, in geographical coordinates (longitude, latitude).

MTN25_ETRS89_Peninsula_Baleares_Canarias

MTN25 real grid corresponding to the Peninsula, the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands, adjusted to the new ETRS89 official reference geodetic system, in geographical coordinates (longitude, latitude).

MTN50_ETRS89_Peninsula_Baleares_Canarias

MTN50 real grid corresponding to the Peninsula, the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands, adjusted to the new ETRS89 official reference geodetic system, in geographical coordinates (longitude, latitude).

MTN25_RegCan95_Canarias

MTN25 grid corresponding to the Canary Islands, in REGCAN95 (WGS84 compatible) and geographic coordinates (longitude, latitude). It is the real MTN25 grid, that is, the one that divides the current printed series of the map, taking into account the special distribution of the Canary Islands sheets.

MTN50_RegCan95_Canarias

MTN50 grid corresponding to the Canary Islands, in REGCAN95 (WGS84 compatible) and geographic coordinates (longitude, latitude). This is the real grid of the MTN50, that is, the one that divides the current printed series of the map, taking into account the special distribution of the Canary Islands sheets.

Value

A sf polygon

About caching

You can set your cache_dir with esp_set_cache_dir().

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 .geojson file by any other method and save it on your cache_dir. Use the option verbose = TRUE for debugging the API query.

Source

IGN data via a custom CDN (see https://github.com/rOpenSpain/mapSpain/tree/sianedata/MTN).

See Also

Other grids: esp_get_grid_BDN(), esp_get_grid_EEA(), esp_get_grid_ESDAC()

Examples

grid <- esp_get_grid_MTN(grid = "MTN50_ETRS89_Peninsula_Baleares_Canarias")

library(ggplot2)

ggplot(grid) +
  geom_sf() +
  theme_light() +
  labs(title = "MTN50 Grid for Spain")

Get a sf hexbin or squared polygon of Spain

Description

Loads a hexbin map (sf object) or a map of squares with the boundaries of the provinces or autonomous communities of Spain.

Usage

esp_get_hex_prov(prov = NULL)

esp_get_hex_ccaa(ccaa = NULL)

esp_get_grid_prov(prov = NULL)

esp_get_grid_ccaa(ccaa = NULL)

Arguments

prov

A vector of names and/or codes for provinces or NULL to get all the provinces. See Details.

ccaa

A vector of names and/or codes for autonomous communities or NULL to get all the autonomous communities. See Details.

Details

Hexbin or grid map has an advantage over usual choropleth maps. In choropleths, a large polygon data looks more emphasized just because of its size, what introduces a bias. Here with hexbin, each region is represented equally dismissing the bias.

You can use and mix names, ISO codes, "codauto"/"cpro" codes (see esp_codelist) and NUTS codes of different levels.

When using a code corresponding of a higher level (e.g. esp_get_prov("Andalucia")) all the corresponding units of that level are provided (in this case , all the provinces of Andalucia).

Results are provided in EPSG:4258, use sf::st_transform() to change the projection.

Value

A sf POLYGON object.

See Also

Other political: esp_codelist, esp_get_can_box(), esp_get_capimun(), esp_get_ccaa(), esp_get_comarca(), esp_get_country(), esp_get_munic(), esp_get_nuts(), esp_get_prov(), esp_get_simpl_prov()

Examples

esp <- esp_get_country()
hexccaa <- esp_get_hex_ccaa()

library(ggplot2)

ggplot(hexccaa) +
  geom_sf(data = esp) +
  geom_sf(aes(fill = codauto),
    alpha = 0.3,
    show.legend = FALSE
  ) +
  geom_sf_text(aes(label = label), check_overlap = TRUE) +
  theme_void() +
  labs(title = "Hexbin: CCAA")





hexprov <- esp_get_hex_prov()

ggplot(hexprov) +
  geom_sf(data = esp) +
  geom_sf(aes(fill = codauto),
    alpha = 0.3,
    show.legend = FALSE
  ) +
  geom_sf_text(aes(label = label), check_overlap = TRUE) +
  theme_void() +
  labs(title = "Hexbin: Provinces")



gridccaa <- esp_get_grid_ccaa()

ggplot(gridccaa) +
  geom_sf(data = esp) +
  geom_sf(aes(fill = codauto),
    alpha = 0.3,
    show.legend = FALSE
  ) +
  geom_sf_text(aes(label = label), check_overlap = TRUE) +
  theme_void() +
  labs(title = "Grid: CCAA")


gridprov <- esp_get_grid_prov()

ggplot(gridprov) +
  geom_sf(data = esp) +
  geom_sf(aes(fill = codauto),
    alpha = 0.3,
    show.legend = FALSE
  ) +
  geom_sf_text(aes(label = label), check_overlap = TRUE) +
  theme_void() +
  labs(title = "Grid: Provinces")

Get sf polygons of the drainage basin demarcations of Spain

Description

Loads a sf polygon object containing areas with the required hydrographic elements of Spain.

Usage

esp_get_hydrobasin(
  epsg = "4258",
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE,
  resolution = "3",
  domain = "land"
)

Arguments

epsg

projection of the map: 4-digit EPSG code. One of:

  • "4258": ETRS89

  • "4326": WGS84

  • "3035": ETRS89 / ETRS-LAEA

  • "3857": Pseudo-Mercator

cache

A logical whether to do caching. Default is TRUE. See About caching.

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. See About caching.

verbose

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

resolution

Resolution of the polygon. Values available are "3", "6.5" or "10".

domain

Possible values are "land", that includes only the ground part or the ground or "landsea", that includes both the ground and the related sea waters of the basin

Details

Metadata available on https://github.com/rOpenSpain/mapSpain/tree/sianedata/.

Value

A sf polygon object.

About caching

You can set your cache_dir with esp_set_cache_dir().

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 .geojson file by any other method and save it on your cache_dir. Use the option verbose = TRUE for debugging the API query.

Source

IGN data via a custom CDN (see https://github.com/rOpenSpain/mapSpain/tree/sianedata).

See Also

Other natural: esp_get_hypsobath(), esp_get_rivers()

Examples

hydroland <- esp_get_hydrobasin(domain = "land")
hydrolandsea <- esp_get_hydrobasin(domain = "landsea")

library(ggplot2)


ggplot(hydroland) +
  geom_sf(data = hydrolandsea, fill = "skyblue4", alpha = .4) +
  geom_sf(fill = "skyblue", alpha = .5) +
  geom_sf_text(aes(label = rotulo),
    size = 3, check_overlap = TRUE,
    fontface = "bold",
    family = "serif"
  ) +
  coord_sf(
    xlim = c(-9.5, 4.5),
    ylim = c(35, 44)
  ) +
  theme_void()

Get sf polygons and lines with the hypsometry and bathymetry of Spain.

Description

Loads a sf polygon or line object representing the hypsometry and bathymetry of Spain.

Usage

esp_get_hypsobath(
  epsg = "4258",
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE,
  resolution = "3",
  spatialtype = "area"
)

Arguments

epsg

projection of the map: 4-digit EPSG code. One of:

  • "4258": ETRS89

  • "4326": WGS84

  • "3035": ETRS89 / ETRS-LAEA

  • "3857": Pseudo-Mercator

cache

A logical whether to do caching. Default is TRUE. See About caching.

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. See About caching.

verbose

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

resolution

Resolution of the shape. Values available are "3" or "6.5".

spatialtype

Spatial type of the output. Use "area" for polygons or "line" for lines.

Details

Metadata available on https://github.com/rOpenSpain/mapSpain/tree/sianedata/.

Value

A sf polygon or line object.

About caching

You can set your cache_dir with esp_set_cache_dir().

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 .geojson file by any other method and save it on your cache_dir. Use the option verbose = TRUE for debugging the API query.

Source

IGN data via a custom CDN (see https://github.com/rOpenSpain/mapSpain/tree/sianedata).

See Also

Other natural: esp_get_hydrobasin(), esp_get_rivers()

Examples

# This code would produce a nice plot - It will take a few seconds to run
library(ggplot2)

hypsobath <- esp_get_hypsobath()

# Error on the data provided - There is an empty shape
# Remove:

hypsobath <- hypsobath[!sf::st_is_empty(hypsobath), ]

# Tints from Wikipedia
# https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:WikiProject_Maps/Conventions/Topographic_maps

bath_tints <- colorRampPalette(
  rev(
    c(
      "#D8F2FE", "#C6ECFF", "#B9E3FF",
      "#ACDBFB", "#A1D2F7", "#96C9F0",
      "#8DC1EA", "#84B9E3", "#79B2DE",
      "#71ABD8"
    )
  )
)

hyps_tints <- colorRampPalette(
  rev(
    c(
      "#F5F4F2", "#E0DED8", "#CAC3B8", "#BAAE9A",
      "#AC9A7C", "#AA8753", "#B9985A", "#C3A76B",
      "#CAB982", "#D3CA9D", "#DED6A3", "#E8E1B6",
      "#EFEBC0", "#E1E4B5", "#D1D7AB", "#BDCC96",
      "#A8C68F", "#94BF8B", "#ACD0A5"
    )
  )
)

levels <- sort(unique(hypsobath$val_inf))

# Create palette
br_bath <- length(levels[levels < 0])
br_terrain <- length(levels) - br_bath

pal <- c(bath_tints((br_bath)), hyps_tints((br_terrain)))


# Plot Canary Islands
ggplot(hypsobath) +
  geom_sf(aes(fill = as.factor(val_inf)),
    color = NA
  ) +
  coord_sf(
    xlim = c(-18.6, -13),
    ylim = c(27, 29.5)
  ) +
  scale_fill_manual(values = pal) +
  guides(fill = guide_legend(
    title = "Elevation",
    direction = "horizontal",
    label.position = "bottom",
    title.position = "top",
    nrow = 1
  )) +
  theme(legend.position = "bottom")


# Plot Mainland
ggplot(hypsobath) +
  geom_sf(aes(fill = as.factor(val_inf)),
    color = NA
  ) +
  coord_sf(
    xlim = c(-9.5, 4.4),
    ylim = c(35.8, 44)
  ) +
  scale_fill_manual(values = pal) +
  guides(fill = guide_legend(
    title = "Elevation",
    reverse = TRUE,
    keyheight = .8
  ))

Get municipalities of Spain as sf polygons

Description

Returns municipalities of Spain as polygons at a specified scale.

Usage

esp_get_munic(
  year = "2019",
  epsg = "4258",
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE,
  region = NULL,
  munic = NULL,
  moveCAN = TRUE
)

esp_get_munic_siane(
  year = Sys.Date(),
  epsg = "4258",
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE,
  resolution = 3,
  region = NULL,
  munic = NULL,
  moveCAN = TRUE,
  rawcols = FALSE
)

Arguments

year

Release year. See Details for years available.

epsg

projection of the map: 4-digit EPSG code. One of:

  • "4258": ETRS89

  • "4326": WGS84

  • "3035": ETRS89 / ETRS-LAEA

  • "3857": Pseudo-Mercator

cache

A logical whether to do caching. Default is TRUE. See About caching.

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. See About caching.

verbose

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

region

A vector of names and/or codes for provinces or NULL to get all the municipalities. See Details.

munic

A name or regex expression with the names of the required municipalities. NULL would not produce any filtering.

moveCAN

A logical TRUE/FALSE or a vector of coordinates c(lat, lon). It places the Canary Islands close to Spain's mainland. Initial position can be adjusted using the vector of coordinates. See Displacing the Canary Islands.

resolution

Resolution of the polygon. Values available are "3", "6.5" or "10".

rawcols

Logical. Setting this to TRUE would add the raw columns of the dataset provided by IGN.

Details

The years available are:

When using region you can use and mix names and NUTS codes (levels 1, 2 or 3), ISO codes (corresponding to level 2 or 3) or "cpro" (see esp_codelist).

When calling a superior level (Province, Autonomous Community or NUTS1) , all the municipalities of that level would be added.

Value

A sf polygon

About caching

You can set your cache_dir with esp_set_cache_dir().

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 .geojson file by any other method and save it on your cache_dir. Use the option verbose = TRUE for debugging the API query.

Displacing the Canary Islands

While moveCAN is useful for visualization, it would alter the actual geographic position of the Canary Islands. When using the output for spatial analysis or using tiles (e.g. with esp_getTiles() or addProviderEspTiles()) this option should be set to FALSE in order to get the actual coordinates, instead of the modified ones. See also esp_move_can() for displacing stand-alone sf objects.

Source

GISCO API

IGN data via a custom CDN (see https://github.com/rOpenSpain/mapSpain/tree/sianedata).

See Also

giscoR::gisco_get_lau(), base::regex().

Other political: esp_codelist, esp_get_can_box(), esp_get_capimun(), esp_get_ccaa(), esp_get_comarca(), esp_get_country(), esp_get_gridmap, esp_get_nuts(), esp_get_prov(), esp_get_simpl_prov()

Other municipalities: esp_get_capimun(), esp_munic.sf

Examples

# Get munics
Base <- esp_get_munic(year = "2019", region = "Castilla y Leon")

# Provs for delimiting
provs <- esp_get_prov(prov = "Castilla y Leon")

# Load population data
data("pobmun19")

# Arrange and create breaks

Base_pop <- merge(Base, pobmun19,
  by = c("cpro", "cmun"),
  all.x = TRUE
)

br <- sort(c(
  0, 50, 100, 200, 500,
  1000, 5000, 50000, 100000,
  Inf
))

Base_pop$cuts <- cut(Base_pop$pob19, br, dig.lab = 20)

# Plot
library(ggplot2)


ggplot(Base_pop) +
  geom_sf(aes(fill = cuts), color = NA) +
  geom_sf(data = provs, fill = NA, color = "grey70") +
  scale_fill_manual(values = hcl.colors(length(br), "cividis")) +
  labs(
    title = "Population in Castilla y Leon",
    subtitle = "INE, 2019",
    fill = "Persons"
  ) +
  theme_void()

Get NUTS of Spain as sf polygons and points

Description

Returns NUTS regions of Spain as polygons and points at a specified scale, as provided by GISCO (Geographic Information System of the Commission, depending of Eurostat).

NUTS are provided at three different levels:

Usage

esp_get_nuts(
  year = "2016",
  epsg = "4258",
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE,
  resolution = "01",
  spatialtype = "RG",
  region = NULL,
  nuts_level = "all",
  moveCAN = TRUE
)

Arguments

year

Release year of the file. One of "2003", "2006", "2010", "2013", "2016" or "2021".

epsg

projection of the map: 4-digit EPSG code. One of:

  • "4258": ETRS89

  • "4326": WGS84

  • "3035": ETRS89 / ETRS-LAEA

  • "3857": Pseudo-Mercator

cache

A logical whether to do caching. Default is TRUE. See About caching.

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. See About caching.

verbose

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

resolution

Resolution of the geospatial data. One of

  • "60": 1:60million

  • "20": 1:20million

  • "10": 1:10million

  • "03": 1:3million

  • "01": 1:1million

spatialtype

Type of geometry to be returned:

  • "LB": Labels - point object.

  • "RG": Regions - polygon object.

region

Optional. A vector of region names, NUTS or ISO codes (see esp_dict_region_code()).

nuts_level

NUTS level. One of "0" (Country-level), "1", "2" or "3". See Description.

moveCAN

A logical TRUE/FALSE or a vector of coordinates c(lat, lon). It places the Canary Islands close to Spain's mainland. Initial position can be adjusted using the vector of coordinates. See Displacing the Canary Islands.

Value

A sf object specified by spatialtype.

About caching

You can set your cache_dir with esp_set_cache_dir().

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 .geojson file by any other method and save it on your cache_dir. Use the option verbose = TRUE for debugging the API query.

Displacing the Canary Islands

While moveCAN is useful for visualization, it would alter the actual geographic position of the Canary Islands. When using the output for spatial analysis or using tiles (e.g. with esp_getTiles() or addProviderEspTiles()) this option should be set to FALSE in order to get the actual coordinates, instead of the modified ones. See also esp_move_can() for displacing stand-alone sf objects.

Note

Please check the download and usage provisions on giscoR::gisco_attributions()

Source

GISCO API

See Also

giscoR::gisco_get_nuts(), esp_dict_region_code().

Other political: esp_codelist, esp_get_can_box(), esp_get_capimun(), esp_get_ccaa(), esp_get_comarca(), esp_get_country(), esp_get_gridmap, esp_get_munic(), esp_get_prov(), esp_get_simpl_prov()

Other nuts: esp_nuts.sf

Examples

NUTS1 <- esp_get_nuts(nuts_level = 1, moveCAN = TRUE)

library(ggplot2)

ggplot(NUTS1) +
  geom_sf() +
  labs(
    title = "NUTS1: Displacing Canary Islands",
    caption = giscoR::gisco_attributions()
  )


NUTS1_alt <- esp_get_nuts(nuts_level = 1, moveCAN = c(15, 0))


ggplot(NUTS1_alt) +
  geom_sf() +
  labs(
    title = "NUTS1: Displacing Canary Islands",
    subtitle = "to the right",
    caption = giscoR::gisco_attributions()
  )


NUTS1_orig <- esp_get_nuts(nuts_level = 1, moveCAN = FALSE)

ggplot(NUTS1_orig) +
  geom_sf() +
  labs(
    title = "NUTS1",
    subtitle = "Canary Islands on the true location",
    caption = giscoR::gisco_attributions()
  )


AndOriental <-
  esp_get_nuts(region = c("Almeria", "Granada", "Jaen", "Malaga"))


ggplot(AndOriental) +
  geom_sf()



RandomRegions <- esp_get_nuts(region = c("ES1", "ES300", "ES51"))

ggplot(RandomRegions) +
  geom_sf() +
  labs(title = "Random Regions")


MixingCodes <- esp_get_nuts(region = c("ES4", "ES-PV", "Valencia"))


ggplot(MixingCodes) +
  geom_sf() +
  labs(title = "Mixing Codes")

Get Provinces of Spain as sf polygons and points

Description

Returns provinces of Spain as polygons and points at a specified scale.

Usage

esp_get_prov(prov = NULL, moveCAN = TRUE, ...)

esp_get_prov_siane(
  prov = NULL,
  year = Sys.Date(),
  epsg = "4258",
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE,
  resolution = "3",
  moveCAN = TRUE,
  rawcols = FALSE
)

Arguments

prov

A vector of names and/or codes for provinces or NULL to get all the provinces. See Details.

moveCAN

A logical TRUE/FALSE or a vector of coordinates c(lat, lon). It places the Canary Islands close to Spain's mainland. Initial position can be adjusted using the vector of coordinates. See Displacing the Canary Islands.

...

Arguments passed on to esp_get_nuts

spatialtype

Type of geometry to be returned:

  • "LB": Labels - point object.

  • "RG": Regions - polygon object.

year

Release year. See esp_get_nuts() for esp_get_prov() and Details for esp_get_prov_siane()

epsg

projection of the map: 4-digit EPSG code. One of:

  • "4258": ETRS89

  • "4326": WGS84

  • "3035": ETRS89 / ETRS-LAEA

  • "3857": Pseudo-Mercator

cache

A logical whether to do caching. Default is TRUE. See About caching.

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. See About caching.

verbose

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

resolution

Resolution of the polygon. Values available are 3, 6.5 or 10.

rawcols

Logical. Setting this to TRUE would add the raw columns of the dataset provided by IGN.

Details

When using prov you can use and mix names and NUTS codes (levels 1, 2 or 3), ISO codes (corresponding to level 2 or 3) or "cpro" (see esp_codelist).

Ceuta and Melilla are considered as provinces on this dataset.

When calling a superior level (Autonomous Community or NUTS1) , all the provinces of that level would be added.

On esp_get_prov_siane(), year could be passed as a single year ("YYYY" format, as end of year) or as a specific date ("YYYY-MM-DD" format). Historical information starts as of 2005.

Value

A sf object specified by spatialtype.

About caching

You can set your cache_dir with esp_set_cache_dir().

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 .geojson file by any other method and save it on your cache_dir. Use the option verbose = TRUE for debugging the API query.

Displacing the Canary Islands

While moveCAN is useful for visualization, it would alter the actual geographic position of the Canary Islands. When using the output for spatial analysis or using tiles (e.g. with esp_getTiles() or addProviderEspTiles()) this option should be set to FALSE in order to get the actual coordinates, instead of the modified ones. See also esp_move_can() for displacing stand-alone sf objects.

Source

IGN data via a custom CDN (see https://github.com/rOpenSpain/mapSpain/tree/sianedata).

See Also

Other political: esp_codelist, esp_get_can_box(), esp_get_capimun(), esp_get_ccaa(), esp_get_comarca(), esp_get_country(), esp_get_gridmap, esp_get_munic(), esp_get_nuts(), esp_get_simpl_prov()

Examples

prov <- esp_get_prov()

library(ggplot2)

ggplot(prov) +
  geom_sf() +
  theme_void()


# Random Provinces

Random <-
  esp_get_prov(prov = c(
    "Zamora",
    "Palencia",
    "ES-GR",
    "ES521",
    "01"
  ))


ggplot(Random) +
  geom_sf(aes(fill = codauto), show.legend = FALSE, alpha = 0.5) +
  scale_fill_manual(values = hcl.colors(
    nrow(Random), "Spectral"
  )) +
  theme_minimal()


# All Provinces of a Zone plus an addition

Mix <- esp_get_prov(prov = c(
  "Noroeste",
  "Castilla y Leon", "La Rioja"
))

Mix$CCAA <- esp_dict_region_code(
  Mix$codauto,
  origin = "codauto"
)

ggplot(Mix) +
  geom_sf(aes(fill = CCAA), alpha = 0.5) +
  scale_fill_discrete(type = hcl.colors(5, "Temps")) +
  theme_classic()

# ISO codes available

allprovs <- esp_get_prov()

ggplot(allprovs) +
  geom_sf(fill = NA) +
  geom_sf_text(aes(label = iso2.prov.code),
    check_overlap = TRUE,
    fontface = "bold"
  ) +
  theme_void()

Get sf lines and points with the railways of Spain

Description

Loads a sf lines or point object representing the nodes and railway lines of Spain.

Usage

esp_get_railway(
  year = Sys.Date(),
  epsg = "4258",
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE,
  spatialtype = "line"
)

Arguments

year

Release year.

epsg

projection of the map: 4-digit EPSG code. One of:

  • "4258": ETRS89

  • "4326": WGS84

  • "3035": ETRS89 / ETRS-LAEA

  • "3857": Pseudo-Mercator

cache

A logical whether to do caching. Default is TRUE. See About caching.

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. See About caching.

verbose

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

spatialtype

Spatial type of the output. Use "line" for extracting the railway as lines and "point" for extracting stations.

Value

A sf line or point object.

About caching

You can set your cache_dir with esp_set_cache_dir().

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 .geojson file by any other method and save it on your cache_dir. Use the option verbose = TRUE for debugging the API query.

Source

IGN data via a custom CDN (see https://github.com/rOpenSpain/mapSpain/tree/sianedata).

See Also

Other infrastructure: esp_get_roads()

Examples

provs <- esp_get_prov()
ccaa <- esp_get_ccaa()

# Railways
rails <- esp_get_railway()

# Stations
stations <- esp_get_railway(spatialtype = "point")

# Map

library(ggplot2)

ggplot(provs) +
  geom_sf(fill = "grey99", color = "grey50") +
  geom_sf(data = ccaa, fill = NA) +
  geom_sf(
    data = rails, aes(color = tipo),
    show.legend = FALSE, linewidth = 1.5
  ) +
  geom_sf(
    data = stations,
    color = "red", alpha = 0.5
  ) +
  coord_sf(
    xlim = c(-7.5, -2.5),
    ylim = c(38, 41)
  ) +
  scale_color_manual(values = hcl.colors(
    length(unique(rails$tipo)), "viridis"
  )) +
  theme_minimal()

Get sf polygon and lines of rivers, channels and other wetlands of Spain

Description

Loads a sf polygon or line object representing rivers, channels, reservoirs and other wetlands of Spain

Usage

esp_get_rivers(
  epsg = "4258",
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE,
  resolution = "3",
  spatialtype = "line",
  name = NULL
)

Arguments

epsg

projection of the map: 4-digit EPSG code. One of:

  • "4258": ETRS89

  • "4326": WGS84

  • "3035": ETRS89 / ETRS-LAEA

  • "3857": Pseudo-Mercator

cache

A logical whether to do caching. Default is TRUE. See About caching.

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. See About caching.

verbose

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

resolution

Resolution of the polygon. Values available are "3", "6.5" or "10".

spatialtype

Spatial type of the output. Use "area" for polygons or "line" for lines.

name

Optional. A character or regex expression with the name of the element(s) to be extracted.

Details

Metadata available on https://github.com/rOpenSpain/mapSpain/tree/sianedata/.

Value

A sf polygon or line object.

Source

IGN data via a custom CDN (see https://github.com/rOpenSpain/mapSpain/tree/sianedata).

See Also

Other natural: esp_get_hydrobasin(), esp_get_hypsobath()

Examples

# Use of regex

regex1 <- esp_get_rivers(name = "Tajo|Segura")
unique(regex1$rotulo)


regex2 <- esp_get_rivers(name = "Tajo$| Segura")
unique(regex2$rotulo)

# See the diference

# Rivers in Spain
shapeEsp <- esp_get_country(moveCAN = FALSE)

MainRivers <-
  esp_get_rivers(name = "Tajo$|Ebro$|Ebre$|Duero|Guadiana$|Guadalquivir")

sf::st_bbox(MainRivers)
library(ggplot2)

ggplot(shapeEsp) +
  geom_sf() +
  geom_sf(data = MainRivers, color = "skyblue", linewidth = 2) +
  coord_sf(
    xlim = c(-7.5, 1),
    ylim = c(36.8, 43)
  ) +
  theme_void()


# Wetlands in South-West Andalucia
and <- esp_get_prov(c("Huelva", "Sevilla", "Cadiz"))
Wetlands <- esp_get_rivers(spatialtype = "area")

ggplot(and) +
  geom_sf() +
  geom_sf(
    data = Wetlands, fill = "skyblue",
    color = "skyblue", alpha = 0.5
  ) +
  coord_sf(
    xlim = c(-7.5, -4.5),
    ylim = c(36, 38.5)
  ) +
  theme_void()

Get sf lines of the roads of Spain

Description

Loads a sf line object representing the main roads of Spain.

Usage

esp_get_roads(
  year = Sys.Date(),
  epsg = "4258",
  cache = TRUE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE,
  moveCAN = TRUE
)

Arguments

year

Release year. See Details for years available.

epsg

projection of the map: 4-digit EPSG code. One of:

  • "4258": ETRS89

  • "4326": WGS84

  • "3035": ETRS89 / ETRS-LAEA

  • "3857": Pseudo-Mercator

cache

A logical whether to do caching. Default is TRUE. See About caching.

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. See About caching.

verbose

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

moveCAN

A logical TRUE/FALSE or a vector of coordinates c(lat, lon). It places the Canary Islands close to Spain's mainland. Initial position can be adjusted using the vector of coordinates. See Displacing the Canary Islands.

Details

year could be passed as a single year ("YYYY" format, as end of year) or as a specific date ("YYYY-MM-DD" format).

Value

A sf line object.

About caching

You can set your cache_dir with esp_set_cache_dir().

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 .geojson file by any other method and save it on your cache_dir. Use the option verbose = TRUE for debugging the API query.

Displacing the Canary Islands

While moveCAN is useful for visualization, it would alter the actual geographic position of the Canary Islands. When using the output for spatial analysis or using tiles (e.g. with esp_getTiles() or addProviderEspTiles()) this option should be set to FALSE in order to get the actual coordinates, instead of the modified ones. See also esp_move_can() for displacing stand-alone sf objects.

Source

IGN data via a custom CDN (see https://github.com/rOpenSpain/mapSpain/tree/sianedata).

See Also

Other infrastructure: esp_get_railway()

Examples

country <- esp_get_country()
Roads <- esp_get_roads()

library(ggplot2)

ggplot(country) +
  geom_sf(fill = "grey90") +
  geom_sf(data = Roads, aes(color = tipo), show.legend = "line") +
  scale_color_manual(
    values = c("#003399", "#003399", "#ff0000", "#ffff00")
  ) +
  guides(color = guide_legend(direction = "vertical")) +
  theme_minimal() +
  labs(color = "Road type") +
  theme(legend.position = "bottom")

Get a simplified map of provinces and autonomous communities of Spain

Description

Loads a simplified map (sf object) with the boundaries of the provinces or autonomous communities of Spain, as provided by the INE (Instituto Nacional de Estadistica).

Usage

esp_get_simpl_prov(
  prov = NULL,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE
)

esp_get_simpl_ccaa(
  ccaa = NULL,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE
)

Arguments

prov

A vector of names and/or codes for provinces or NULL to get all the provinces. 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. See About caching.

verbose

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

ccaa

A vector of names and/or codes for autonomous communities or NULL to get all the autonomous communities. See Details.

Details

Results are provided without CRS, as provided on source.

You can use and mix names, ISO codes, "codauto"/"cpro" codes (see esp_codelist) and NUTS codes of different levels.

When using a code corresponding of a higher level (e.g. esp_get_simpl_prov("Andalucia")) all the corresponding units of that level are provided (in this case , all the provinces of Andalucia).

Value

A sf POLYGON object.

About caching

You can set your cache_dir with esp_set_cache_dir().

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 .geojson file by any other method and save it on your cache_dir. Use the option verbose = TRUE for debugging the API query.

Source

INE: PC_Axis files

See Also

esp_get_hex_prov(), esp_get_hex_ccaa()

Other political: esp_codelist, esp_get_can_box(), esp_get_capimun(), esp_get_ccaa(), esp_get_comarca(), esp_get_country(), esp_get_gridmap, esp_get_munic(), esp_get_nuts(), esp_get_prov()

Examples

prov_simp <- esp_get_simpl_prov()

library(ggplot2)

ggplot(prov_simp) +
  geom_sf(aes(fill = ine.ccaa.name)) +
  labs(fill = "CCAA")

# Provs of Single CCAA

and_simple <- esp_get_simpl_prov("Andalucia")

ggplot(and_simple) +
  geom_sf()

# CCAAs

ccaa_simp <- esp_get_simpl_ccaa()

ggplot(ccaa_simp) +
  geom_sf() +
  geom_sf_text(aes(label = ine.ccaa.name), check_overlap = TRUE)

Get static tiles from public administrations of Spanish.

Description

Get static map tiles based on a spatial object. Maps can be fetched from various open map servers.

This function is a implementation of the javascript plugin leaflet-providersESP v1.3.3.

Usage

esp_getTiles(
  x,
  type = "IDErioja",
  zoom = NULL,
  zoommin = 0,
  crop = TRUE,
  res = 512,
  bbox_expand = 0.05,
  transparent = TRUE,
  mask = FALSE,
  update_cache = FALSE,
  cache_dir = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE,
  options = NULL
)

Arguments

x

An sf or sfc object.

type

This parameter could be either:

zoom

Zoom level. If NULL, it is determined automatically. If set, it overrides zoommin. Only valid for WMTS tiles. On a single point it applies a buffer to the point and on zoom = NULL the function set a zoom level of 18. See Details.

zoommin

Delta on default zoom. The default value is designed to download fewer tiles than you probably want. Use 1 or 2 to increase the resolution.

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.

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.

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. See About caching.

verbose

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

options

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

Details

Zoom levels are described on the OpenStreetMap wiki:

zoom area to represent
0 whole world
3 large country
5 state
8 county
10 metropolitan area
11 city
13 village or suburb
16 streets
18 some buildings, trees

For a complete list of providers see esp_tiles_providers.

Most WMS/WMTS providers provide tiles on "EPSG:3857". In case that the tile looks deformed, try projecting first x:

x <- sf::st_transform(x, 3857)

Value

A SpatRaster is returned, with 3 (RGB) or 4 (RGBA) layers, depending on the provider. See terra::rast(). .

About caching

You can set your cache_dir with esp_set_cache_dir().

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 .geojson file by any other method and save it on your cache_dir. Use the option verbose = TRUE for debugging the API query.

Source

https://dieghernan.github.io/leaflet-providersESP/ leaflet plugin, v1.3.3.

See Also

terra::rast().

Other imagery utilities: addProviderEspTiles(), esp_make_provider(), esp_tiles_providers

Examples

## Not run: 
# This script downloads tiles to your local machine
# Run only if you are online

segovia <- esp_get_prov_siane("segovia", epsg = 3857)
tile <- esp_getTiles(segovia, "IGNBase.Todo")

library(ggplot2)
library(tidyterra)

ggplot(segovia) +
  geom_spatraster_rgb(data = tile, maxcell = Inf) +
  geom_sf(fill = NA)

# Another provider

tile2 <- esp_getTiles(segovia, type = "MDT")

ggplot(segovia) +
  geom_spatraster_rgb(data = tile2, maxcell = Inf) +
  geom_sf(fill = NA)

# A custom WMS provided

custom_wms <- esp_make_provider(
  id = "an_id_for_caching",
  q = "https://idecyl.jcyl.es/geoserver/ge/wms?",
  service = "WMS",
  version = "1.3.0",
  format = "image/png",
  layers = "geolog_cyl_litologia"
)

custom_wms_tile <- esp_getTiles(segovia, custom_wms)

autoplot(custom_wms_tile, maxcell = Inf) +
  geom_sf(data = segovia, fill = NA, color = "red")

# A custom WMTS provider

custom_wmts <- esp_make_provider(
  id = "cyl_wmts",
  q = "https://www.ign.es/wmts/pnoa-ma?",
  service = "WMTS",
  layer = "OI.OrthoimageCoverage"
)

custom_wmts_tile <- esp_getTiles(segovia, custom_wmts)

autoplot(custom_wmts_tile, maxcell = Inf) +
  geom_sf(data = segovia, fill = NA, color = "white", linewidth = 2)

# Example from https://leaflet-extras.github.io/leaflet-providers/preview/
cartodb_voyager <- list(
  id = "CartoDB_Voyager",
  q = "https://a.basemaps.cartocdn.com/rastertiles/voyager/{z}/{x}/{y}.png"
)
cartodb <- esp_getTiles(segovia, cartodb_voyager, zoommin = 1)

autoplot(cartodb, maxcell = Inf) +
  geom_sf(data = segovia, fill = NA, color = "black", linewidth = 1)

## End(Not run)

Create a custom tile provider

Description

Helper function for esp_getTiles() that helps to create a custom provider.

Usage

esp_make_provider(id, q, service, layers, ...)

Arguments

id

An identifier for the user. Would be used also for identifying cached tiles.

q

The base url of the service

service

The type of tile service, either "WMS" or "WMTS".

layers

The name of the layer to retrieve

...

Additional parameters to the query, like version, format, crs/srs, style, ... depending on the capabilities of the service.

Details

This function is meant to work with services provided as of the OGC Standard.

Note that:

Value

A named list with two elements id and q.

See Also

esp_getTiles().

For a list of potential providers from Spain check IDEE Directory.

Other imagery utilities: addProviderEspTiles(), esp_getTiles(), esp_tiles_providers

Examples

## Not run: 
# This script downloads tiles to your local machine
# Run only if you are online

custom_wms <- esp_make_provider(
  id = "an_id_for_caching",
  q = "https://idecyl.jcyl.es/geoserver/ge/wms?",
  service = "WMS",
  layers = "geolog_cyl_litologia"
)

x <- esp_get_ccaa("Castilla y León", epsg = 3857)

mytile <- esp_getTiles(x, type = custom_wms)

tidyterra::autoplot(mytile) +
  ggplot2::geom_sf(data = x, fill = NA)

## End(Not run)

Displace a sf object located in the Canary Islands

Description

Helper function to displace an external sf object (potentially representing a location in the Canary Islands) to align it with the objects provided by sf with the option moveCAN = TRUE.

Usage

esp_move_can(x, moveCAN = TRUE)

Arguments

x

An sf object. It may be sf or sfc object.

moveCAN

A logical TRUE/FALSE or a vector of coordinates c(lat, lon).

Details

This is a helper function that intends to ease the representation of objects located in the Canary Islands that have been obtained from other sources rather than the package mapSpain.

Value

A sf object of the same class and same CRS than x but displaced accordingly.

See Also

Other helper: esp_check_access()

Other Canary Islands: esp_get_can_box()

Examples

library(sf)
teide <- data.frame(
  name = "Teide Peak",
  lon = -16.6437593,
  lat = 28.2722883
)

teide_sf <- st_as_sf(teide, coords = c("lon", "lat"), crs = 4326)

# If we use any mapSpain produced object with moveCAN = TRUE...

esp <- esp_get_country(moveCAN = c(13, 0))

library(ggplot2)


ggplot(esp) +
  geom_sf() +
  geom_sf(data = teide_sf, color = "red") +
  labs(
    title = "Canary Islands displaced",
    subtitle = "But not the external Teide object"
  )



# But we can

teide_sf_disp <- esp_move_can(teide_sf, moveCAN = c(13, 0))

ggplot(esp) +
  geom_sf() +
  geom_sf(data = teide_sf_disp, color = "red") +
  labs(
    title = "Canary Islands displaced",
    subtitle = "And also the external Teide object"
  )

All Municipalities POLYGON object of Spain (2019)

Description

A sf object including all municipalities of Spain as provided by GISCO (2019 version).

Format

A sf object (resolution: 1:1million, EPSG:4258) object with 8,131 rows and columns:

codauto

INE code of the autonomous community.

ine.ccaa.name

INE name of the autonomous community.

cpro

INE code of the province.

ine.prov.name

INE name of the province.

cmun

INE code of the municipality.

name

Name of the municipality.

LAU_CODE

LAU Code (GISCO) of the municipality. This is a combination of cpro and cmun, aligned with INE coding scheme.

geometry

geometry field.

Source

https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/gisco/geodata/reference-data/, LAU 2019 data.

See Also

esp_get_munic().

Other datasets: esp_codelist, esp_nuts.sf, esp_tiles_providers, pobmun19

Other municipalities: esp_get_capimun(), esp_get_munic()

Examples

data("esp_munic.sf")

teruel_cpro <- esp_dict_region_code("Teruel", destination = "cpro")

teruel_sf <- esp_munic.sf[esp_munic.sf$cpro == teruel_cpro, ]
teruel_city <- teruel_sf[teruel_sf$name == "Teruel", ]

# Plot

library(ggplot2)

ggplot(teruel_sf) +
  geom_sf(fill = "#FDFBEA") +
  geom_sf(data = teruel_city, aes(fill = name)) +
  scale_fill_manual(
    values = "#C12838",
    labels = "City of Teruel"
  ) +
  labs(
    fill = "",
    title = "Municipalities of Teruel"
  ) +
  theme_minimal() +
  theme(
    text = element_text(face = "bold"),
    panel.background = element_rect(colour = "black"),
    panel.grid = element_blank(),
    legend.position = c(.2, .95)
  )

All NUTS POLYGON object of Spain

Description

A sf object including all NUTS levels of Spain as provided by GISCO (2016 version).

Format

A sf object (resolution: 1:1million, EPSG:4258) with 86 rows and columns:

LEVL_CODE

NUTS level code (0,1,2,3)

NUTS_ID

NUTS identifier

URBN_TYPE

Urban Type, see Details

CNTR_CODE

Eurostat Country code ES

NAME_LATN

NUTS name on Latin characters

NUTS_NAME

NUTS name on local alphabet

MOUNT_TYPE

Mount Type, see Details

COAST_TYPE

Coast Type, see Details

FID

FID

geometry

geometry field

Details

MOUNT_TYPE: Mountain typology:

URBN_TYPE: Urban-rural typology:

COAST_TYPE: Coastal typology:

Source

https://gisco-services.ec.europa.eu/distribution/v2/nuts/, file NUTS_RG_20M_2016_4326.geojson.

See Also

Other datasets: esp_codelist, esp_munic.sf, esp_tiles_providers, pobmun19

Other nuts: esp_get_nuts()

Examples

data("esp_nuts.sf")

nuts <- esp_nuts.sf

# Select NUTS 3
nuts3 <- esp_nuts.sf[esp_nuts.sf$LEVL_CODE == 3, ]

# Combine with full shape

spain <- esp_get_country(moveCAN = FALSE)

# Plot Urban Type: See
# https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/rural-development/methodology

library(ggplot2)

nuts3$URBN_TYPE_cat <- as.factor(nuts3$URBN_TYPE)

levels(nuts3$URBN_TYPE_cat)
levels(nuts3$URBN_TYPE_cat) <- c("Urban", "Intermediate", "Rural")

ggplot(nuts3) +
  geom_sf(aes(fill = URBN_TYPE_cat), linewidth = .1) +
  scale_fill_manual(values = c("grey80", "#FFC183", "#68AC20")) +
  labs(
    title = "NUTS3 levels of Spain",
    fill = "Urban topology"
  ) +
  theme_linedraw() +
  theme(
    legend.position = c(.8, .2)
  )

Set your mapSpain cache dir

Description

This function will store your cache_dir path on your local machine and would load it for future sessions. Type Sys.getenv("MAPSPAIN_CACHE_DIR") to find your cached path.

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

Usage

esp_set_cache_dir(
  cache_dir,
  overwrite = FALSE,
  install = FALSE,
  verbose = TRUE
)

Arguments

cache_dir

A path to a cache directory. On missing value the function would store the cached files on a temporary dir (See base::tempdir()).

overwrite

If this is set to TRUE, it will overwrite an existing MAPSPAIN_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.

Value

An (invisible) character with the path to your cache_dir.

See Also

rappdirs::user_config_dir()

Other cache utilities: esp_clear_cache(), esp_detect_cache_dir()

Examples

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

## End(Not run)

Sys.getenv("MAPSPAIN_CACHE_DIR")

List with information of Public WMS and WMTS of Spain

Description

A named list of length 102 containing the parameters of the url information of different public WMS and WMTS providers of Spain.

Implementation of javascript plugin leaflet-providersESP v1.3.3.

Format

A named list of the providers available with the following structure:

Details

Providers available to be passed to type on esp_getTiles() are:

Source

https://dieghernan.github.io/leaflet-providersESP/ leaflet plugin, v1.3.3.

See Also

Other datasets: esp_codelist, esp_munic.sf, esp_nuts.sf, pobmun19

Other imagery utilities: addProviderEspTiles(), esp_getTiles(), esp_make_provider()

Examples

data("esp_tiles_providers")
# Get a single provider

single <- esp_tiles_providers[["IGNBase.Todo"]]
single$static

single$leaflet

Population by municipality (2019)

Description

Population by municipality (2019)

Format

An example data frame with 8,131 rows containing the population data by municipality in Spain (2019).

cpro

INE code of the province.

provincia

name of the province.

cmun

INE code of the municipality.

name

Name of the municipality.

pob19

Overall population (2019)

men

Men population (2019)

women

Women population (2019)

Source

INE: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica https://www.ine.es/

See Also

Other datasets: esp_codelist, esp_munic.sf, esp_nuts.sf, esp_tiles_providers

Examples

data("pobmun19")