Open Data and Trees

(This article was first published on Johannes Friedrich's R Blog, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Today is “Tag des Baumes” (National Tree Day) in Germany and a few month ago I found a dataset containing a list of trees in Rostock, Germany, with class, species and (very important) the coordinates of these trees. So I started RStudio, loaded the csv-file and the great leaflet library did everything else. Furthermore, I did some little analysis of the data and created a histogram of the top 10 species available in the data:

And finally: The trees in Rostock within an interactive map 🙂

A full screen version can be found here.

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