Posts Tagged ‘ Choropleth ’

Example 8.31: Choropleth maps

March 22, 2011
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Example 8.31: Choropleth maps

In our book, we show a simple example of a map (section 6.4.2) where we read the boundary files as data sets and use SAS and R to plot them. But both SAS and R have complex functionality for using pre-compiled map data. To demonstrate them, we'll sho...

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Making Maps with R

January 13, 2010
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Making Maps with R

***This tutorial has been updated, please click here*** I frequently use R (a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics) for data analysis.  As almost all my data are spatial it is often good to produce a map of the results without having to export the data into another GIS package. I am often

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