Get list of variables for a given station

get_variables(station_no, token = NULL)

Arguments

station_no

'stations-nummer' as it appears on the download page of waterinfo.be

token

token to use with the call (optional, can be retrieved via get_token)

Format

A data.frame with 6 variables:

station_name

Official name of the measurement station.

station_no

Station ID as provided on the waterinfo.be website.

ts_id

Unique timeseries identifier to access time series data corresponding to a combination of the station, measured variable and frequency.

ts_name

Timeseries identifier description name as provided by `waterinfo.be`.

parametertype_name

Measured variable description.

stationparameter_name

Station specific variable description.

The URL of the specific request is provided as a comment attribute to the returned data.frame. Use comment(df) to get the request URL.

Value

data.frame with the station_name, station_no, ts_id, ts_name and parametertype_name for each of the variables for this station.

Examples

variables_overpelt <- get_variables("ME11_002")
#> Use datasource: 1 for data requests of this station!