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How to create randomly points within polygons for each row of a dataframe matching a Polygon ID with R

My question is similar to this post, but because there are no "perfect" answer and above all no reproducible example I open this question. I have a "SpatialPolygonsDataFrame" and a data frame. Both ...
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How to determine in which grid cell each coordinate of an x,y series is located?

I have a circular arena which I have divided into a number of equal-sized 'cells' using a grid-like arrangement of concentric circles and line segments (in grey below) and also a series of x,y ...
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Overlay a spatial polygon with a grid and check in which grid element specific coordinates are located

How can one use R to split a shape file in 200 meter squares/sub-polygons, plot this grid (incl. ID numbers for each square) over the original map below, and evaluate in which square specific ...
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How to create random point in according polygon for each dataset entry in a list (with R)

I have an area divided into polygons, and a dataset of observations which has a common field with the polygon layer. I now would like to generate a random point for each dataset entry within the ...
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Checking if Lng and Lat fall inside polygons from ESRI Shape file

I have two input files. First: CSV file with a list of points each defined with Lng, Lat, Name Second: ESRI Shape file defining a number of polygons I would like to determine for each point I have ...
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Tearing in ggmap (R) after using spTransform and random point generation using splancs

I am using R and the package ggmap to try and generate some random points within the city limits of Chapel Hill, NC. I have downloaded the shapefile for the town of Chapel Hill from the Orange County ...
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Spatial operators in R?

How can I do spatial selections or filters in R? I can do this in PostGIS using (e.g.): SELECT * FROM mypoint, mypoly WHERE ST_Within(mypoint.geom, mypoly.geom); and it is similarly a piece of cake ...