These functions send well-known geometry vectors to a graphics device using graphics::points(), graphics::lines(), and graphics::polypath(). These are minimal wrappers aimed at developers who need to visualize test data: they do not check geometry type and are unlikely to work with vectorized graphical parameters in .... Use the wk*_plot_new() functions to initialize a plot using the extent of all coordinates in the vector.

wkb_draw_points(wkb, ...)

wkt_draw_points(wkt, ...)

wksxp_draw_points(wksxp, ...)

wkb_draw_lines(wkb, ...)

wkt_draw_lines(wkt, ...)

wksxp_draw_lines(wksxp, ...)

wkb_draw_polypath(wkb, ..., rule = "evenodd")

wkt_draw_polypath(wkt, ..., rule = "evenodd")

wksxp_draw_polypath(wksxp, ..., rule = "evenodd")

wkb_plot_new(
  wkb,
  ...,
  asp = 1,
  xlab = "",
  ylab = "",
  main = deparse(substitute(wkb))
)

wkt_plot_new(
  wkt,
  ...,
  asp = 1,
  xlab = "",
  ylab = "",
  main = deparse(substitute(wkt))
)

wksxp_plot_new(
  wksxp,
  ...,
  asp = 1,
  xlab = "",
  ylab = "",
  main = deparse(substitute(wksxp))
)

Arguments

wkb

A list() of raw() vectors, such as that returned by sf::st_as_binary().

...

Passed to graphics::points(), graphics::lines(), or graphics::polypath()

wkt

A character vector containing well-known text.

wksxp

A list() of classed objects

rule

Passed to graphics::polypath()

asp, xlab, ylab, main

Passed to graphics::plot() to initialize a new plot.

Value

The input, invisibly

Examples

x <- "POLYGON ((0 0, 10 0, 10 10, 0 10, 0 0))" wkt_plot_new(x)
wkt_draw_polypath(x, col = "grey90")
wkt_draw_lines(x, col = "red")