IP Address Geolocation
Connectors to online and offline sources for taking IP addresses
and geolocating them to country, city, timezone and other geographic ranges. For
individual connectors, see the package index.
Generalised IP geolocation through R
Author(s: Oliver Keyes, Drew Schmidt
License: Apache 2.0
Current release: 1.0.1
IP geolocation is a powerful tool to have if you're dealing with web data, and there are a couple of R packages that provide access to specific services, such as the legacy rgeoip package or Bob Rudis's ipapi. They're all spread about and have diffing interfaces, styles and requirements.
rgeolocate aims to be a single generalised package for geolocation; if you have a source you'd like to pull from, the
goal is that
rgeolocate will provide a binding to it. As of the 0.8.0 release, it contains:
- A binding to the binary MaxMind databases;
- Wrappers around multiple online geolocation services (see the vignette for more)
If you have other bindings you'd like to see, open a request!
Please note that this project is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct. By participating in this project you agree to abide by its terms.
For the latest CRAN release:
For the development version:
rgeolocate depends on httr for the bindings
to web databases; other than that, just base R! Thanks to the work of Drew Schmidt,
rgeolocate includes the underlying
binary libraries and their dependencies.
Functions in rgeolocate
|rgeolocate||IP Geolocation in R|
|db_ip||Geolocate IP Addresses Through db-ip.com|
|ip2location||Geolocate IP Addresses through IP2Location Databases|
|ip_api||Geolocate IP Addresses Through ip-api.com|
|maxmind||Geolocate IP Addresses through MaxMind Databases|
Vignettes of rgeolocate
Last month downloads
|Copyright||MaxMind, Inc. for the underlying libmaxmminddb library, IP2Location.com for libip2location, and the package authors for all other content.|
|License||Apache License (== 2.0)|
|Packaged||2017-08-02 10:35:02 UTC; ironholds|
|Date/Publication||2017-08-02 12:49:48 UTC|
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