Functions to read point meteorological data from the disks in different formats.
readmeteorologypoint(file, dates = NULL, format = "meteoland/txt", sep="\t") readmeteorologypointfiles(points, files=NULL, dates = NULL, format="meteoland/txt", sep="\t") readmeteorologypoints(files, dates = NULL, stations = NULL, format = "netCDF", varmapping = NULL, verbose = FALSE)
A string of the file to be read.
An object of class
SpatialPoints-class (in this case
files cannot be
NULL) or object of class
SpatialPointsDataFrame-class with two data columns: '
dir' and '
filename' (and possibly '
A vector of strings to be read (when
points is of class
SpatialPoints-class). Length and order must match
Object of class
"Date" describing a subset of dates to be extracted from meteorological series. If
NULL the whole period read from files is kept.
Format of meteorological data. Current accepted formats for
"castanea/rds". The only accepted format for
The field separator character for ascii text files (see
An integer vector or string vector identifying point indices or station names in the netCDF.
Named character vector specifying a mapping of variables in the NetCDF into variables used in meteoland (e.g.
c(MinTemperature = "tmn") specifies a map of variable 'tmn' to MinTemperature).
A logical flag to output process information in the console.
readmeteorologypoint reads data series of a single location from an ascii or rds file and returns a data frame. Function
readmeteorologypointfiles can be used to read multiple ascii/rds files and build an object of
SpatialPointsMeteorology-class. This is done by supplying an
points object of class
SpatialPointsDataFrame-class with point meta data. In
readmeteorologypointfiles the value of
format is used as default but can be overloaded if
points includes a column '
readmeteorologypoints is used to read multiple point data from a netCDF. In this case, a mapping can be supplied to map variable names in the netCDF to variables used in meteoland.