inspect

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Get more data on individual occurrences

Fetches the complete record, which may or may not be the same as requested through occ(). Some data providers have different ways to retrieve many occurrence records vs. single occurrence records - and sometimes the results are more verbose when retrieving a single occurrence record.

Usage
inspect(x, from = "gbif")

# S3 method for data.frame inspect(x, from = "gbif")

# S3 method for occdat inspect(x, from = "gbif")

# S3 method for occkey inspect(x, from = "gbif")

Arguments
x

The output from occ() call, output from call to occ2df(), or an occurrence ID as a occkey class.

from

(character) The data provider. One of gbif, bison, inat, ecoengine, or vertnet

Value

A list, with each slot named for the data source, and then within data sources is a slot for each taxon, named by it's occurrence ID.

Aliases
  • inspect
  • inspect.data.frame
  • inspect.occdat
  • inspect.occkey
Examples
# NOT RUN {
spnames <- c('Accipiter striatus', 'Spinus tristis')
out <- occ(query=spnames, from=c('gbif','bison','ecoengine'),
   gbifopts=list(hasCoordinate=TRUE), limit=2)
res <- occ2df(out)
inspect(res)

out <- occ(query=spnames, from='gbif', gbifopts=list(hasCoordinate=TRUE),
  limit=4)
res <- occ2df(out)
inspect(res)

# from occkeys
key <- as.gbif(res$key[1])
inspect(key)

# idigbio
spnames <- c('Accipiter striatus', 'Spinus tristis')
out <- occ(query=spnames, from='idigbio', limit=20)
inspect(out)
# }
Documentation reproduced from package spocc, version 1.1.0, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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