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This function returns a list of either all available indicators and some additional metadata or for one or more requested indicators. It can be used by users of the package to inform themselves about the available data sets and to learn about potentially additional arguments that should be specified when requesting the indicator.

## Usage

available_indicators(indicator = NULL)

## Arguments

indicator

Defaults to NULL meaning that a list with all available indicators will be returned. If a character vector is specified only the information about the requested indicator will be returned.

A list object.

## Examples

names(available_indicators())
#>  [1] "active_fire_counts"           "active_fire_properties"
#>  [3] "biome"                        "drought_indicator"
#>  [5] "ecoregion"                    "elevation"
#>  [7] "landcover"                    "mangroves_area"
#>  [9] "population_count"             "precipitation_chirps"
#> [11] "precipitation_wc"             "soilproperties"
#> [13] "temperature_max_wc"           "temperature_min_wc"
#> [15] "traveltime"                   "treecover_area"
#> [17] "treecover_area_and_emissions" "treecoverloss_emissions"
#> [19] "tri"