Save a mapview or leaflet map as .html index file or .png, .pdf, or .jpeg image.

mapshot(
  x,
  url = NULL,
  file = NULL,
  remove_controls = c("zoomControl", "layersControl", "homeButton", "scaleBar",
    "drawToolbar", "easyButton"),
  ...
)

Arguments

x

mapview or leaflet object (or any other hmtlwidget).

url

Output .html file. If not supplied and 'file' is specified, a temporary index file will be created.

file

Output .png, .pdf, or .jpeg file.

remove_controls

character vector of control buttons to be removed from the map when saving to file. Any combination of "zoomControl", "layersControl", "homeButton", "scaleBar", "drawToolbar", "easyButton". If set to NULL nothing will be removed. Ignord if x is not a mapview or leaflet map.

...

Further arguments passed on to saveWidget and/or webshot.

Details

mapshot can be used to save both leaflet and mapview maps as html or png files or both. In theory, it should also work for any and all other htmlwidgets but has not been tested extensively for other htmlwidgets.

In case you want to save larger maps mapshot is likely to fail. You can try setting selfcontained = FALSE to avoid errors and create a valid local html file.

See also

webshot, saveWidget.

Examples

if (FALSE) { m = mapview(breweries) ## create standalone .html mapshot(m, url = paste0(getwd(), "/map.html")) ## create standalone .png; temporary .html is removed automatically unless ## 'remove_url = FALSE' is specified mapshot(m, file = paste0(getwd(), "/map.png")) mapshot(m, file = paste0(getwd(), "/map.png"), remove_controls = c("homeButton", "layersControl")) ## create .html and .png mapshot(m, url = paste0(getwd(), "/map.html"), file = paste0(getwd(), "/map.png")) }