These functions operate two geography vectors (pairwise), and return a logical vector.

s2_contains(x, y, options = s2_options(model = "open")) s2_within(x, y, options = s2_options(model = "open")) s2_covered_by(x, y, options = s2_options(model = "closed")) s2_covers(x, y, options = s2_options(model = "closed")) s2_disjoint(x, y, options = s2_options()) s2_intersects(x, y, options = s2_options()) s2_equals(x, y, options = s2_options()) s2_intersects_box( x, lng1, lat1, lng2, lat2, detail = 1000, options = s2_options() ) s2_touches(x, y, options = s2_options()) s2_dwithin(x, y, distance, radius = s2_earth_radius_meters())

x | geography vectors. These inputs
are passed to |
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y | geography vectors. These inputs
are passed to |

options | An |

lng1, lat1, lng2, lat2 | A latitude/longitude range |

detail | The number of points with which to approximate non-geodesic edges. |

distance | A distance on the surface of the earth in the same units
as |

radius | Radius of the earth. Defaults to the average radius of
the earth in meters as defined by |

The geometry model indicates whether or not a geometry includes its boundaries.
Boundaries of line geometries are its end points.
OPEN geometries do not contain their boundary (`model = "open"`

); CLOSED
geometries (`model = "closed"`

) contain their boundary; SEMI-OPEN geometries
(`model = "semi-open"`

) contain half of their boundaries, such that when two polygons
do not overlap or two lines do not cross, no point exist that belong to
more than one of the geometries. (This latter form, half-closed, is
not present in the OpenGIS "simple feature access" (SFA) standard nor DE9-IM on
which that is based). The default values for `s2_contains()`

(open)
and covers/covered_by (closed) correspond to the SFA standard specification
of these operators.

Matrix versions of these predicates (e.g., `s2_intersects_matrix()`

).

BigQuery's geography function reference:

#> [1] TRUE FALSE#> [1] TRUE FALSE#> [1] FALSE FALSE#> [1] TRUE FALSE#> [1] FALSE TRUE#> [1] TRUE FALSEs2_equals( "POLYGON ((0 0, 10 0, 10 10, 0 10, 0 0))", c( "POLYGON ((0 0, 10 0, 10 10, 0 10, 0 0))", "POLYGON ((10 0, 10 10, 0 10, 0 0, 10 0))", "POLYGON ((-1 -1, 10 0, 10 10, 0 10, -1 -1))" ) )#> [1] TRUE TRUE FALSE#> [1] TRUE FALSE#> [1] TRUE FALSEs2_touches( "POLYGON ((0 0, 0 1, 1 1, 0 0))", c("POINT (0 0)", "POINT (0.5 0.75)", "POINT (0 0.5)") )#> [1] TRUE FALSE FALSEs2_dwithin( "POLYGON ((0 0, 10 0, 10 10, 0 10, 0 0))", c("POINT (5 5)", "POINT (-1 1)"), 0 # distance in meters )#> [1] TRUE FALSEs2_dwithin( "POLYGON ((0 0, 10 0, 10 10, 0 10, 0 0))", c("POINT (5 5)", "POINT (-1 1)"), 1e6 # distance in meters )#> [1] TRUE TRUE