s2_bounds_rect() returns a bounding latitude-longitude rectangle that contains the region; s2_bounds_cap() returns a bounding circle represented by a centre point (lat, lng) and an angle. The bound may not be tight for points, polylines and geometry collections. The rectangle returned may depend on the order of points or polylines. lng_lo values larger than lng_hi indicate regions that span the antimeridian, see the Fiji example.

s2_bounds_cap(x)

s2_bounds_rect(x)

Arguments

x

geography vectors. These inputs are passed to as_s2_geography(), so you can pass other objects (e.g., character vectors of well-known text) directly.

Value

Both functions return a data.frame:

  • s2_bounds_rect(): Columns minlng, minlat, maxlng, maxlat (degrees)

  • s2_bounds_cap(): Columns lng, lat, angle (degrees)

Examples

s2_bounds_cap(s2_data_countries("Antarctica"))
#> lng lat angle #> 1 0 -90 26.72934
s2_bounds_cap(s2_data_countries("Netherlands"))
#> lng lat angle #> 1 5.203512 52.15706 1.792879
s2_bounds_cap(s2_data_countries("Fiji"))
#> lng lat angle #> 1 178.7459 -17.15444 1.801369
s2_bounds_rect(s2_data_countries("Antarctica"))
#> lng_lo lat_lo lng_hi lat_hi #> 1 -180 -90 180 -63.27066
s2_bounds_rect(s2_data_countries("Netherlands"))
#> lng_lo lat_lo lng_hi lat_hi #> 1 3.314971 50.80372 7.092053 53.5104
s2_bounds_rect(s2_data_countries("Fiji"))
#> lng_lo lat_lo lng_hi lat_hi #> 1 177.285 -18.28799 -179.7933 -16.02088