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A “NetCDF 4 in R” cheatsheet

August 4, 2016
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I recently promised a "NetCDF in R" cheat sheet to a friend, and I thought it might make a useful tutorial. NetCDF files are often used to distribute gridded, multidimensional spatial data such as sea surface temperature, chlorophyll-a levels and so on. NetCDF is more than just a file format, and so googling it can… Read More »

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South African Local Government Elections 2016

July 31, 2016
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A visual comparison of party effort across municipalities / districts. With South Africa’s local government elections in a few days time (3rd August 2016), I wondered about the effort being expended by the parties in each district or municipality. Has it increased or decreased since the 2011 elections? I must point out that I am not… Read More »

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Plot a wind rose in R

June 30, 2016
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Plot a wind rose in R

Introduction This is another post regarding some plots that I needed to make for a publication. As before, I relied heavily on Stack Exchange and many other sites for figuring out how to get my plot looking the way I needed it to, and so this is my attempt to contribute back to the broader… Read More »

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Plotting greyscale contoured data in R with ggplot2

June 22, 2016
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Plotting greyscale contoured data in R with ggplot2

Introduction Preparing figures for publication can take a long time (well it does for me anyway), and I relied very heavily on numerous online resources to figure out some of the dos and don’ts. Obviously I owe massive thanks to the hundreds of blogs and Stack Exchange questions and answers I relied on. Where I… Read More »

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