788 search results for "maps"

Map biodiversity records with rgbif, maps and ggplot2 packages in R

July 9, 2012
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Map biodiversity records with rgbif, maps and ggplot2 packages in R

Global Biodiversity Information Facility or GBIF is an international consortium working towards making Biodiversity information available through single portal to everyone.  GBIF with its partners are working towards mobilizing data, developing data and metadata standards, developing distributed database system and making the data accessible through APIs. At this point this largest single window data source covering wide spectrum of taxa and

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Maps of changes in area boundaries, with R

June 22, 2012
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Maps of changes in area boundaries, with R

Today a coworker needed some maps showing boundary changes. I used what I learned last week in the useR 2012 geospatial data course to make a few simple maps in R, overlaid on OpenStreetMap tiles. I’m posting my maps and … Continue reading →

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3D Maps in R

June 16, 2012
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3D Maps in R

Talking about elevation, one can also plot a wire frame 3D view of an area using the persp function. Using the same data source from my previous post, 3D view of Marinduque, Philippines was produced using the following code below: ################...

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Installing R’s maps package on Ubuntu

April 16, 2012
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Installing R’s maps package on Ubuntu

I recently ran into trouble trying to install the R maps package on Ubuntu 10.04.  Here's the error I was getting: ** arch - gcc -std=gnu99 -O3 -pipe  -g    Gmake.c   -o GmakeGmake.c: In function ‘get_lh’:Gmake.c:...

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Installing R’s maps package on Ubuntu

April 16, 2012
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I recently ran into trouble trying to install the R maps package on Ubuntu 10.04.  Here's the error I was getting: ** arch - gcc -std=gnu99 -O3 -pipe  -g    Gmake.c   -o GmakeGmake.c: In function ‘get_lh’:Gmake.c:111: warning: cast from pointer to integer of different sizeGmake.c:113: warning: cast from pointer to integer of different sizeGmake.c: In function ‘main’:Gmake.c:211: warning: cast from...

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ggplot2 Time Series Heatmaps

April 15, 2012
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ggplot2 Time Series Heatmaps

How do you easily get beautiful calendar heatmaps of time series in ggplot2? E.g:From MarginTaleI was impressed by the lattice-based  implementation from Paul Bleicher of Humedica, which you can find referenced in http://blog.revolutionanalytics.c...

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Big Data, R and HANA: Analyze 200 Million Data Points and Later Visualize Using Google Maps

April 11, 2012
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Big Data, R and HANA: Analyze 200 Million Data Points and Later Visualize Using Google Maps

Technologies: SAP HANA, R, HTML5, D3, Google Maps, JQuery and JSONFor this fun exercise, I analyzed more than 200 million data points using SAP HANA and R and then brought in the aggregated results in HTML5 using D3, JSON and Google Maps APIs.  Th...

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Geocode and reverse geocode your data using, R, JSON and Google Maps’ Geocoding API

March 20, 2012
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Geocode and reverse geocode your data using, R, JSON and Google Maps' Geocoding APITo geocode and reverse geocode my data, I use Google's Geocoding service which returns the geocoded data in a JSON. I will recommend that you register with Google Maps A...

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Plot maps like a boss

March 5, 2012
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Plot maps like a boss

A new package OpenStreetMap has been released to CRAN this week which is designed to allow you to easily add satellite imagery, or open street maps to your plots. Raster maps are a great way to add context to your spatial data with a minimum outlay of effort. The syntax in OpenStreetMap is fairly simple, just give

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The undiscovered country – a tutorial on plotting maps in R

February 25, 2012
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The undiscovered country – a tutorial on plotting maps in R

The ability to handle maps and geospatial images is always a nice trick to have up your sleeve. Almost any sizeable report will contain a map – of a locality, of a country, or of the world. However, very few analysts have the ability to produce these plots for themselves and often resort to using...

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