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```
#' Planepoint
#'
#' Takes a triangular plane as a [Polygon] and a [Point] within that
#' triangle and returns the z-value at that point. The Polygon needs to
#' have properties `a`, `b`, and `c` that define the values at its
#' three corners.
#'
#' @export
#' @param point [Feature]<[Point]> the Point for which a z-value will be
#' calculated
#' @param triangle [Feature]<[Polygon]> a Polygon feature with three vertices
#' @return (numeric) the z-value for `interpolatedPoint`
#' @examples
#' point <- '{
#' "type": "Feature",
#' "properties": {},
#' "geometry": {
#' "type": "Point",
#' "coordinates": [-75.3221, 39.529]
#' }
#' }'
#'
#' triangle <- '{
#' "type": "Feature",
#' "properties": {
#' "a": 11,
#' "b": 122,
#' "c": 44
#' },
#' "geometry": {
#' "type": "Polygon",
#' "coordinates": [[
#' [-75.1221, 39.57],
#' [-75.58, 39.18],
#' [-75.97, 39.86],
#' [-75.1221, 39.57]
#' ]]
#' }
#' }'
#'
#' geo_planepoint(point, triangle)
geo_planepoint <- function(point, triangle) {
planepoint(point, triangle)
}
```

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