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  1. % Generated by roxygen2: do not edit by hand
  2. % Please edit documentation in R/coverage-map.r
  3. \name{cdc_basemap}
  4. \alias{cdc_basemap}
  5. \title{Retrieve CDC U.S. Basemaps}
  6. \usage{
  7. cdc_basemap(basemap = c("national", "hhs", "census", "states", "spread",
  8. "surv"))
  9. }
  10. \arguments{
  11. \item{basemap}{select the CDC basemap. One of:
  12. \itemize{
  13. \item "\code{national}": outline of the U.S. + AK, HI, PR + VI
  14. \item "\code{hhs}": outline of the U.S. + HHS Region Outlines + AK, HI, PR + VI
  15. \item "\code{census}": outline of the U.S. + Census Region Outlines + AK, HI, PR + VI
  16. \item "\code{states}": outline of the U.S. + State Outlines + AK, HI, PR + VI
  17. \item "\code{spread}": outline of the U.S. + State Outlines + AK, HI, PR + VI & Guam
  18. \item "\code{surv}": outline of the U.S. + State Outlines + AK, HI, PR + VI
  19. }}
  20. }
  21. \description{
  22. The CDC FluView application uses a composite basemaps of coverage areas
  23. within the United States that elides and scales Alaska, Hawaii,
  24. Puerto Rico & the Virgin Islands and some further provide elided and scaled
  25. breakouts for New York City and the District of Columbia.\cr
  26. \cr
  27. This function retrieves the given shapefile, projects to EPSG:5069 and
  28. returns it as an \code{sf} (simple features) object.
  29. }
  30. \note{
  31. These are just the basemaps. You need to pair it with the data you wish to visualize.
  32. }
  33. \examples{
  34. \dontrun{
  35. plot(cdc_basemap("national"))
  36. }
  37. }