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Return taxonomic ranks recognised by the ALA.

Usage

show_all_ranks()

Value

An object of class tbl_df and data.frame (aka a tibble) of available ranks

Examples

Show a listing of all taxonomic ranks

show_all_ranks()
#> # A tibble: 69 x 2
#>      id name        
#>   <int> <chr>       
#> 1     1 root        
#> 2     2 superkingdom
#> 3     3 kingdom     
#> 4     4 subkingdom  
#> # ... with 65 more rows

Use ranks with galah_down_to() and atlas_taxonomy() to get taxonomic trees

galah_call() %>%
  galah_identify("fungi") %>%
  galah_down_to(subphylum) %>%
  atlas_taxonomy()
#>                        levelName
#> 1  Fungi                        
#> 2   ¦--Ascomycota               
#> 3   ¦   ¦--Pezizomycotina       
#> 4   ¦   ¦--Saccharomycotina     
#> 5   ¦   °--Taphrinomycotina     
#> 6   ¦--Basidiomycota            
#> 7   ¦   ¦--Agaricomycotina      
#> 8   ¦   ¦--Pucciniomycotina     
#> 9   ¦   ¦--Ustilaginomycotina   
#> 10  ¦   °--Wallemiomycotina     
#> 11  ¦--Mucoromycota             
#> 12  ¦   °--Glomeromycotina      
#> 13  °--Zygomycota               
#> 14      ¦--Entomophthoromycotina
#> 15      ¦--Kickxellomycotina    
#> 16      ¦--Mortierellomycotina  
#> 17      ¦--Mucoromycotina       
#> 18      °--Zoopagomycotina

See also

This function provides a reference that is useful when specifying the down_to argument of atlas_taxonomy().