Query a coordinate
get_rc() receives the coordinates (lat,lon) and the spatial reference used. The return is the casdastral reference of the property in that spatial point, as well as the direction (town street and number).
reference <- get_rc(lat, lon, SRS) print(reference)
It can be requested to get all the cadastral references in a square of 50-meters side centered in the coordinates (lat,lon) throught the function
references <- near_rc(lat, lon, SRS) print(references)
It is possible, as well, the opposite. Given to the function
get_coor() a cadastral reference,
get_coor() returns its coordinates (lat,lon) in a particular SRS moreover the direction (town, street and number).
direction <- get_coor(Cadastral_Reference, SRS, Province, Municipality) # The argument SRS could be missed, in that case, `get_coor()` returns the coordinates in the SRS used by Google Maps. print(direction)