Function which returns the tile IDs of the Sentinel-2 tiles which overlap a provided extent.

tiles_intersects(extent, all = FALSE, out_format = "id",
  .s2tiles = NULL)

Arguments

extent

sf object with the spatial extent.

all

logical: if TRUE, all the tiles overlapping the extent are provided; if FALSE (default), unnecessary tiles are skipped. Unnecessary tiles are tiles which overlaps the extent for an area already coveder by another tile. In case the extent is all included in an overlapping area, only one of the two candidate tiles is returned (the first in alphabetical order).

out_format

character: if "sf", the spatial object of the overlapping tiles is returned; if "id" (default), a character vector with the tile IDs.

.s2tiles

output of s2_tiles() function (it is possible to pass it in order to speed up the execution; otherwise leave to NULL and it will be generated within the function).

Value

the tiles intersecting the extent (see argument out_format).

Note

License: GPL 3.0

Examples

ex_extent <- sf::st_read( system.file("extdata/example_files/scalve.kml", package="sen2r"), quiet = TRUE ) ex_extent <- ex_extent[ex_extent$description == "Schilpario",] # Tile ID of the required S2 tile tiles_intersects(ex_extent)
#> Linking to GEOS 3.6.2, GDAL 2.2.3, PROJ 4.9.3
#> [1] "32TNS"
# Tile ID of all the overlapping S2 tiles tiles_intersects(ex_extent, all = TRUE)
#> [1] "32TNR" "32TNS"
# Spatial object with the required tile sel_tiles <- tiles_intersects(ex_extent, out_format = "sf") plot(sf::st_geometry(sel_tiles)); plot(sf::st_geometry(ex_extent), add=TRUE, col="yellow")
# Spatial object with the overlapping S2 tiles sel_tiles <- tiles_intersects(ex_extent, all = TRUE, out_format = "sf") plot(sf::st_geometry(sel_tiles)); plot(sf::st_geometry(ex_extent), add=TRUE, col="yellow")