addTimeline

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Add 'leaflet-timeline' To Leaflet Map

Add 'leaflet-timeline' To Leaflet Map

Usage
addTimeline(map = NULL, data = NULL, group = NULL,
  timelineOpts = timelineOptions(), sliderOpts = sliderOptions(),
  width = NULL, onchange = NULL)
Arguments
map

htmlwidget leaflet map to which a timeline will be added.

data

geojson with data for the timeline. Each feature should have start and end properties so the timeline will know when to show the feature.

group

string name of the group for the timeline control.

timelineOpts

list from timelineOptions.

sliderOpts

list from sliderOptions.

width

valid CSS width for the timeline control. If given as a percentage, then 95% or less is recommended to show within the bounds of the map.

onchange

htmlwidgets::JS function callback for when the timeline is changed.

Value

leaflet htmlwidget with an interactive slider timeline control

See Also

timelineOptions,sliderOptions

Aliases
  • addTimeline
Examples
# NOT RUN {
if(interactive()) {

library(leaflet)
library(leaftime)
library(htmltools)

#Build data.frame with 10 obs + 3 cols
power <- data.frame(
  "Latitude" = c(
    33.515556, 38.060556, 47.903056, 49.71, 49.041667, 31.934167,
    54.140586, 54.140586, 48.494444, 48.494444
  ),
  "Longitude" = c(
    129.837222, -77.789444, 7.563056, 8.415278, 9.175, -82.343889,
    13.664422, 13.664422, 17.681944, 17.681944
  ),
  "start" = seq.Date(as.Date("2015-01-01"), by = "day", length.out = 10),
  "end" = seq.Date(as.Date("2015-01-01"), by = "day", length.out = 10) + 1
)

# use geojsonio to convert our data.frame
#  to GeoJSON which timeline expects
power_geo <- geojsonio::geojson_json(power,lat="Latitude",lon="Longitude")

# we can add data in addTimeline
leaflet() %>%
  addTiles() %>%
  setView(44.0665,23.74667,2) %>%
  addTimeline(data = power_geo)

# or we can add data in leaflet()
leaflet(power_geo) %>%
  addTiles() %>%
  setView(44.0665,23.74667,2) %>%
  addTimeline()

# we can control the slider controls through sliderOptions
leaflet(power_geo) %>%
  addTiles() %>%
  setView(44.0665,23.74667,2) %>%
  addTimeline(
    sliderOpts = sliderOptions(
      formatOutput = htmlwidgets::JS(
        "function(date) {return new Date(date).toDateString()}
      "),
      position = "bottomright",
      step = 10,
      duration = 3000,
      showTicks = FALSE
    )
  )

# we can control the timeline through timelineOptions
#  wondering what should be the default
#  currently timeline uses marker
leaflet(power_geo) %>%
  addTiles() %>%
  setView(44.0665,23.74667,2) %>%
  addTimeline(
    timelineOpts = timelineOptions(
      pointToLayer = htmlwidgets::JS(
"
function(data, latlng) {
  return L.circleMarker(latlng, {
    radius: 3
  })
}
"
      )
    )
  )

# change styling manually
leaflet(power_geo) %>%
  addTiles() %>%
  setView(44.0665,23.74667,2) %>%
  addTimeline(
    timelineOpts = timelineOptions(
      pointToLayer = htmlwidgets::JS(
"
function(data, latlng) {
  return L.circleMarker(latlng, {
    radius: 10,
    color: 'black',
    fillColor: 'pink',
    fillOpacity: 1
  })
}
"
      )
    )
  )

# change style with styleOptions helper function
#   this will change style for all points
leaflet(power_geo) %>%
  addTiles() %>%
  setView(44.0665,23.74667,2) %>%
  addTimeline(
    timelineOpts = timelineOptions(
      styleOptions = styleOptions(
        radius = 10,
        color = "black",
        fillColor = "pink",
        fillOpacity = 1
      )
    )
  )

# to style each point differently based on the data
power_styled <- power
# IE does not like alpha so strip colors of alpha hex
power_styled$color <- substr(topo.colors(6)[ceiling(runif(nrow(power),0,6))],1,7)
power_styled$radius <- ceiling(runif(nrow(power),3,10))
leaflet(geojsonio::geojson_json(power_styled)) %>%
  addTiles() %>%
  setView(44.0665,23.74667,2) %>%
  addCircleMarkers(
    data = power_styled, lat = ~Latitude, lng = ~Longitude, radius = 11
  ) %>%
  addTimeline(
    timelineOpts = timelineOptions(
      styleOptions = styleOptions(
        radius = htmlwidgets::JS("function getRadius(d) {return +d.properties.radius}"),
        color = htmlwidgets::JS("function getColor(d) {return d.properties.color}"),
        fillOpacity = 1,
        stroke = FALSE
      )
    )
  )


# we can use onchange to handle timeline change event
leaflet(power_geo) %>%
  addTiles() %>%
  setView(44.0665,23.74667,2) %>%
  addTimeline(
    onchange = htmlwidgets::JS("function(e) {console.log(e, arguments)}")
  )


leaflet(power_geo, elementId = "leaflet-wide-timeline") %>%
  addTiles() %>%
  setView(44.0665,23.74667,2) %>%
  addTimeline(
    width = "96%"
  )

}
# }
Documentation reproduced from package leaftime, version 0.1.2, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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