Join Function In R

A left join in R is a merge operation between two data frames where the merge returns all of the rows from one table (the left side) and any matching rows from the second table. A left join in R will NOT return values of the second table which do not already exist in the first table. For stjoin: arguments passed on to the join function or to stintersection when largest is TRUE; for stfilter arguments passed on to the.predicate function, e.g. Prepared, or a pattern for strelate. Jan 04, 2021 Example 5: semijoin dplyr R Function. The four previous join functions (i.e. Innerjoin, leftjoin, rightjoin, and fulljoin) are so called mutating joins. Mutating joins combine variables from the two data sources. The next two join functions (i.e. Semijoin and antijoin) are so called filtering joins. Filtering joins keep cases from the left data table (i.e. The X-data) and use the right data (i.e. The Y-data) as filter. Data Manipulation in R The R merge function allows merging two data frames by common columns or by row names. This function allows you to perform different database (SQL) joins, like left join, inner join, right join or full join, among others.

Using antijoin from the dplyr package For most data analysis tasks you may have two tables you want to join based on a common ID. This is straightforward in any data analysis package.

Description

spatial join, spatial filter

Usage

Arguments

object of class sf

object of class sf

Function

geometry predicate function with the same profile as st_intersects; see details

for st_join: arguments passed on to the join function or to st_intersection when largest is TRUE; for st_filter arguments passed on to the .predicate function, e.g. prepared, or a pattern for st_relate

length 2 character vector; see merge

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logical; if TRUE return the left join, otherwise an inner join; see details.see also left_join

logical; if TRUE, return x features augmented with the fields of y that have the largest overlap with each of the features of x; see https://github.com/r-spatial/sf/issues/578

Function

geometry predicate function with the same profile as st_intersects; see details

Value

an object of class sf, joined based on geometry

Details

alternative values for argument join are:

  • any user-defined function of the same profile as the above

A left join returns all records of the x object with y fields for non-matched records filled with NA values; an inner join returns only records that spatially match.

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Examples

Source: R/join.R

spatial join, spatial filter

Arguments

x

object of class sf

y

object of class sf

join

geometry predicate function with the same profile as st_intersects; see details

...

for st_join: arguments passed on to the join function or to st_intersection when largest is TRUE; for st_filter arguments passed on to the .predicate function, e.g. prepared, or a pattern for st_relate

suffix

length 2 character vector; see merge

left

logical; if TRUE return the left join, otherwise an inner join; see details.see also left_join

largest

logical; if TRUE, return x features augmented with the fields of y that have the largest overlap with each of the features of x; see https://github.com/r-spatial/sf/issues/578

.predicate

geometry predicate function with the same profile as st_intersects; see details

Value

an object of class sf, joined based on geometry

Details

alternative values for argument join are:

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  • any user-defined function of the same profile as the above

A left join returns all records of the x object with y fields for non-matched records filled with NA values; an inner join returns only records that spatially match.

Examples