- Addition of the
`n_active`

and`n_inactive`

arguments to the print method of an sfnetwork object. The arguments define how many rows are printed for respectively the active and inactive network element. The values of these arguments can also be set globally by running e.g.`options(sfn_max_print_active = 1, sfn_max_print_inactive = 2)`

. Refs #157 - The example dataset
`Roxel`

is updated to comply with recent updates on the way a CRS is specified in an sf object. Refs #167 - GitHub Actions workflows are updated to comply with new developments.
- Documentation updates:

- Compatibility with
`s2`

by adding a`s2::as_s2_geography()`

method for sfnetwork objects. In the new version of`sf`

, the`s2`

package will be used for geometric operations involving longitude-latitude coordinates, see here. - Bug fixes:
- When setting
`length_as_weight = TRUE`

in the sfnetwork construction function, the added weight column now preserves specification of units. `st_network_blend()`

now internally uses`sf::st_cast()`

instead of`sfheaders::sfc_cast()`

to avoid errors with some CRS specifications.

- When setting
- Documentation updates:
- Extended documentation for the shortest paths functions.
- Clear mention in vignettes that
`tidygraph`

behavior regarding the`weight`

attribute settings is sometimes differing from`igraph`

.

- Compatibility with
`spatstat v2`

, which is now splitted into multiple sub-packages. See here for details. In`sfnetworks`

, this affected the functions`as_sfnetwork.linnet()`

,`as_sfnetwork.psp()`

and`as.linnet.sfnetwork()`

. Using this functions now requires`spatstat >= 2.0.0`

and`sf >= 0.9.8`

. - Bug fixes:
- Usage of
`match`

for checking coordinate equality is replaced by a new`st_match`

function specifically designed for this task. This fixes bugs related to numeric approximations of detailed coordinates. See #130

- Usage of
- Documentation updates:
- It is now clearly documented that using
`sf::st_reverse()`

to reverse edge linestrings is only possible with GEOS versions >= 3.7.

- It is now clearly documented that using

- Addition of a
`to_spatial_contracted()`

morpher, to contract groups of nodes based on given grouping variables. Refs #104 - Addition of a
`to_spatial_neighborhood()`

morpher, to limit a network to the neighborhood of a given node, based on a given cost threshold. Refs #90 - New implementation of
`st_network_blend()`

, which is faster and more reliable. The`sort`

argument is deprecated, since the returned network is now always sorted. - Addition of an
`summarise_attributes`

argument to the`to_spatial_simple()`

morpher, allowing to specify on a per-attribute basis how attribute values of merged multiple edges should be inferred from the original ones. Refs #113. The same argument is also part of the new`to_spatial_contracted()`

morpher, where it can be used to specify on a per-attribute basis how attribute values of contracted groups of nodes should be inferred from the original ones. - The argument
`remove_parallels`

of the`to_spatial_simple()`

morpher is renamed to`remove_multiples`

to better fit naming conventions in`igraph`

. - The argument
`store_orig_data`

of the`to_spatial_smooth()`

morpher is renamed to`store_original_data`

to be better interpretable. This argument is also added to the morphers`to_spatial_simple()`

and`to_spatial_contracted()`

, allowing to store original node or edge data in a`.orig_data`

column, matching the design standards of`tidygraph`

. - Addition of a
`Inf_as_NaN`

argument to`st_network_cost()`

, to store cost values of paths between unconnected edges as`NaN`

instead of`Inf`

. The default value of this argument is`FALSE`

. Refs #111 - The default of the
`Inf_as_NaN`

argument in`edge_circuity()`

is changed from`TRUE`

to`FALSE`

, to better fit with the change mentioned above, and to make sure no changes to R defaults are made without the user explicitly specifying them. - Whenever there are multiple matches when spatially joining information to the nodes of a network with
`sf::st_join()`

, only the information of the first match is now joined. Before, this used to throw an error. Refs #108 - Removal of the morphed_sfnetwork method for
`sf::st_geometry<-`

, since geometries should not be replaced in a morphed state. - The warning ‘.. assumes attributes are constant over geometries’ is now only raised when not all attribute-geometry relationships are set to ‘constant’. Refs #123
- Bug fixes:
- The attribute-geometry relationships of edge attributes are now preserved during network construction. Fixes #123
`st_network_blend()`

now correctly blends points that are very close to the network. Fixes #98`st_network_blend()`

now preserves the directedness of the input network. Fixes #127`st_network_blend()`

now runs even if the network contains edges of length 0. Fixes #125- The sfnetwork method for
`sf::st_crop()`

now correctly updates the nodes table after cropping the edges. Fixes #109 `to_spatial_smooth()`

now returns the original network when no pseudo nodes are present. Fixes #112`to_spatial_subdivision()`

now returns the original network when there are no locations for subdivision.`to_spatial_subdivision()`

now returns correct node indices for undirected networks.

- Several new examples and applications added to the vignettes.

- Addition of an edge measure function
`edge_azimuth()`

, to calculate the azimuth (i.e. bearing) of edges. Refs #107 - Addition of a
`to_spatial_transformed()`

morpher, to temporarily transform a sfnetwork into a different CRS. - Addition of a sfnetwork methods for
`linnet`

objects, to enhance interoperability between`sfnetworks`

and the`spatstat`

package for spatial point patterns on linear networks. - Addition of an
`Inf_as_NaN`

argument to the`edge_circuity()`

function, to store circuity values of loop edges as`NaN`

instead of`Inf`

. The default value of this argument is`TRUE`

. - Changes to
`st_network_paths()`

:- Addition of a new argument
`type`

, which lets you set the type of paths calculation that should be performed. - To calculate all shortest paths between nodes, now set
`type = 'all_shortest'`

instead of`all = TRUE`

. The latter argument is deprecated. - Besides shortest paths, there is now also the possibility to calculate all simple paths between nodes, by setting
`type = 'all_simple'`

. Be aware that computation time gets high when providing a lot of ‘to’ nodes, or when the network is large and dense. Refs #105 - Whenever
`weights = NULL`

*and*there is no column named ‘weight’ in the edges table, geographic edge length will be calculated internally and used as weights in shortest path calculation. Before, paths would be calculated without edge weights in this case. Refs #106 - Whenever the given ‘from’ and/or ‘to’ nodes contain NA values and/or empty point geometries, igraph behaviour is now replicated by throwing an error. Before, these values would simply be ignored.

- Addition of a new argument
- Performance improvement of the
`to_spatial_smooth()`

morpher. As a result of this it does not store the original edge data anymore in a ‘.orig_data’ column. Instead, non-merged edges keep their attributes, while merged edges loose their attributes. The ‘.orig_data’ column can still be added by setting`store_orig_data = TRUE`

, but this is not the default. - Bug fixes:
`st_network_paths()`

now correctly handles cases where an unexisting column is passed to the`weights`

argument, by throwing an error. Fixes #99- The sfnetwork method for
`sf::st_join()`

now correctly handles inner joins (i.e. joins where`left = FALSE`

).

- Addition of extra examples to the routing and spatial morphers vignettes.
- Test coverage increased to +/- 86%.

- Backward incompatible changes to existing functions:
- Function
`st_shortest_paths()`

and`st_all_shortest_paths()`

are now merged into a single function`st_network_paths()`

. By default it call`igraph::shortest_paths()`

internally. Setting`all = TRUE`

will make it call`igraph::all_shortest_paths()`

instead. - The output format of this
`st_network_paths()`

function is different from its predecessors. It returns a tibble instead of a list, to fit better in tidyverse workflows. See #77 - The
`snap`

argument is removed from all shortest paths related functions, which will now always snap geospatial points provides as from or to locations to their nearest node on the network before calculating paths. - The
`keep`

argument is removed from the`to_spatial_simple()`

morpher. It is now recommended to first sort data with`dplyr::arrange()`

before calling the morpher. - The spatial morpher
`to_spatial_coordinates()`

is deprecated. Use the new node coordinate query functions instead. - The spatial morpher
`to_spatial_dense_graph()`

is deprecated. A new morpher`to_spatial_subdivision()`

, with slightly different functionality, is added instead. - The spatial morpher
`to_spatial_implicit_edges()`

is deprecated. Use`sf::st_set_geometry()`

instead, with activated edges and value`NULL`

. - Functions
`st_network_distance()`

,`edge_straight_length()`

and`to_spatial_explicit_edges()`

are renamed to respectively`st_network_cost()`

,`edge_displacement()`

and`to_spatial_explicit()`

, which either reflects their purpose better or fits better into the naming conventions within the package. - Function arguments that were named
`graph`

are renamed to`x`

, to have more consistency across the package.

- Function
- Backward compatible changes to existing functions:
- The construction function
`sfnetwork()`

now has an argument`length_as_weight`

that, if set to TRUE, will add the lengths of edges as a weight attribute to the edges data. Refs #65 - There is now an
`as_sfnetwork()`

method for sfc objects. Refs #41 - All existing
`st_network_*`

functions in sfnetwork are now generic, such that they can easily be modified by extensions of sfnetwork objects. Refs #80 - The
`to_spatial_explicit_edges()`

morpher now accepts arguments that are forwarded directly to`sf::st_as_sf()`

. Refs #83 - Functions that split edges now give a warning that attributes are assumed to be constant. Refs #84
- The
`edge_length()`

function can now also be applied to spatially implicit edges. - The sfnetwork methods for
`sf::st_as_sf()`

,`sf::st_geometry()`

and`sf::st_agr()`

now have an argument`active`

to directly retrieve information from a network element without activating it. Use as`st_as_sf(x, active = "nodes")`

, et cetera. - Character encoded node names can now be provided as from and to locations to the shortest path functions.

- The construction function
- New functions:
- The new function
`st_network_blend()`

implements a process that we called ‘blending points into a network’. The functions accepts a network and a set of points. For each point p in the set of given points, it finds the projection p* of p on the network, splits the edges of the network at the location of p*, and finally adds p* along with the attributes of p as a node to the network. Refs #27 and #54 - The new function
`st_network_join()`

does a network specific join of two sfnetworks. It combines a spatial full join on the nodes data with a bind_rows operation on the edges data, and updates the from and to indices of the edges accordingly. Refs #22 - The new function
`st_network_bbox()`

calculates the bounding box of the whole network by combining the bounding boxes of nodes and edges. - The new spatial morpher
`to_spatial_subdivision()`

subdivides edges at locations where an interior point is shared with either another interior point or endpoint of another edge. Refs #73 - The new spatial morpher
`to_spatial_smooth()`

iteratively removes pseudo-nodes from the network. Refs #70 - Several spatial predicate functions are implemented as node and edge query functions, to interpret spatial relations between network elements and other geospatial features directly inside tidy filter and mutate calls. Refs #60
- Node coordinate query functions
`node_X()`

,`node_Y()`

,`node_Z()`

and`node_M()`

are implemented to query specific coordinate values from the nodes. - There is now an
`ggplot2::autoplot()`

method for sfnetworks, allowing to easily plot a sfnetwork as a ggplot2 object. Refs #86 - There is now a
`print`

method for morphed sfnetworks. Refs #88 - There are now morphed sfnetworks method for
`sf::st_geometry<-()`

,`sf::st_join()`

,`sf::st_filter()`

and`sf::st_crop()`

. Refs #85

- The new function
- Bug fixes:
- Documentation improvements:
- Together with the documentation improvements, several new units tests brought the test coverage to +/- 80%.
- The internal code base is completely restructured, such that it is more performant and easier to read, debug and extend.

- Bug fixes:
`as_sfnetwork()`

now handles circular linestrings. Fixes #59

- Addition of a “node_key” argument to the construction functions, in line with the recent update of tidygraph. Refs #53
- Better integration with Z and M coordinates by adding them as coordinate columns when calling spatial morpher
`to_spatial_coordinates()`

. Refs #62 - Improved pkgdown structure. Refs #44
- First implementation of continuous benchmarking. Refs #6

- Several spatial network extensions for the tidygraph and sf functionalities:
- More methods for
`as_sfnetwork()`

. Refs #41 - Preserving sf attributes for nodes and edges inside the sfnetwork object. Refs #24
- Structural and performance improvements of the code base. This includes:
- Construction checks are run only when needed, adding a force argument to skip validity tests.
- Allowing to choose between spatially explicit and implicit edges during construction, adding an edges_as_lines argument. Refs #47
- Using st_boundary to find line endpoints increases performance for sfnetwork construction from sf objects. Refs #30
- Cleaning up sf methods for sfnetwork objects.
- Relying on internally stored attributes rather than first extracting sf objects.
- Option to plot without making edges explicit.

- Improved function documentation.
- An additional vignette.

- Major stable release
- Basic construction function and initial foreign objects conversion. Refs #9
- Methods for sf functions
- Roxel data as lazyData
- Internal checks before construction
- ghactions for sf and pkgdown
- Basic print and plot methods
- First vignette
- Code of conduct, contribution and license files

- Initial release