Creates a URL for Google Maps for a particular latitude and longitude position. This function has been deprecated due to changes in Google's access policies. Give leaflet_map() a try as an alternative.

googleMap(
latitude,
longitude,
position = NULL,
zoom = 12,
maptype = c("roadmap", "satellite", "terrain", "hybrid"),
mark = FALSE,
radius = 0,
browse = TRUE,
...
)

## Arguments

latitude, longitude

vectors of latitude and longitude values

position

a data frame containing latitude and longitude positions

zoom

zoom level for initial map (1-20)

maptype

one of 'roadmap', 'satellite', 'terrain', and 'hybrid'

mark

a logical indicating whether the location should be marked with a pin

radius

a vector of radii of circles centered at position that are displayed on the map

browse

a logical indicating whether the URL should be browsed (else only returned as a string)

...

additional arguments passed to browseURL

## Value

a string containing a URL. Optionally, as a side-effect, the URL is visited in a browser

## See also

leaflet_map(), deg2rad(), latlon2xyz() and rgeo().

## Examples

if (FALSE) {
googleMap(40.7566, -73.9863, radius=1)   # Times Square
googleMap(position=rgeo(2), radius=1)    # 2 random locations
}