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parse longitude and latitude

Usage

parse_lon_lat(lon, lat)

Arguments

lon

(character/numeric/integer) one or more longitude values

lat

(character/numeric/integer) one or more latitude values

Value

data.frame, with columns lon, lat. on an invalid values, an NAis returned. In addition, warnings are thrown on invalid values

Details

length(lon) == length(lat)

Examples

parse_lon_lat(-120.43, 49.12)
#>       lon   lat
#> 1 -120.43 49.12
if (FALSE) {
parse_lon_lat(-120.43, 93)
parse_lon_lat(-190, 49.12)
parse_lon_lat(240, 49.12)
parse_lon_lat(-190, 92)
# many
lons <- c("45W54.2356", "181", 45, 45.234234, "-45.98739874")
lats <- c("40.123°", "40.123N74.123W", "191.89", 12, "N45 04.25764")
parse_lon_lat(lons, lats)
}