Mangal relies on ORCID for authentication and login. As long as you have an ORCID profile, you can login.

Mangal.loginFunction
login(token::AbstractString)

This function will store the token in the MANGAL_BEARER_TOKEN environmental variable. To get the your token, please use login with no argument.

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login()

Read the bearer token from the MANGAL_BEARER_TOKEN environment variable. If not found, displays a login message with a login URL. Currently, being logged in is only necessary to access private datasets.

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## Formatters

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Mangal.format_mangal_coordinatesFunction
format_mangal_coordinates(d::Dict{T,Any}) where {T <: AbstractString}

Returns a set of coordinates in a GeoInterface object, which can be a Point or a Polygon.

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## Other functions

Mangal.search_objects_by_queryFunction
search_objects_by_query(endpoint::AbstractString, formatter::Function, query::Pair...)

In all cases, it is assumed that the functions will be wrapepd in calls to query objects until no further objects are found.

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## Caching

Mangal.cacheFunction
cache(results::Vector{T}) where {T <: Union{MangalReferenceTaxon,MangalNode,MangalNetwork}}

Internally, the Mangal package uses a cache to store some objects that are likely to be queried more than once. These are MangalNode and MangalReferenceTaxon, which are called in a nested way during the querying of e.g. Interactions. This is not a fancy mechanism, and it only works when calling the nodes or backbones by their id (which is what the resources-hungry functions do internally anyways).

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## Full data retrieval

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