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Conducting geographically weighted regression on a raster

I have a relatively big raster file on which I want to conduct geographically weighted regression. Size of raster ~ 2 GB and number of rows is around 100,000 One way might be to convert from raster ...
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Calling external files in Python Geoprocessing Service

I have created a Python script which calls an R script and then reads the output back into Python. I can run this tool in ArcGIS Desktop (10.2.1) and it works fine. When I publish as a geoprocessing ...
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python equivalent of spatstat's spatial point process functions

Is there a free python package (i.e. PySAL?) that implements the standard summary statistics for spatial point processes, e.g. the F, G, J, and K functions? I'm happy to use R (i.e. spatstat) if ...
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Write raster with its attribute table and symbology

I am classifying lots of rasters and I'd like to automate the legend creation and symbology displaying for easy manipulation. Here is the kind of raster I'm dealing with: library(raster) r <- ...
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How to analyze and combine overlaping elevation maps into one?

I have 30 overlapping maps that contain tree density heights (measures between 1-100%) of a large area, and I need to get the highest point by pixel and create a new map with all these highest points ...
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Interpolate/disaggregate point values to an existing raster grid

I have several thousands of ASCII files whose names have the following format: data_"lat"_"long".mon (e.g. data_41.21875_-116.21875.mon). Each file represents one point in WGS84 projection and the ...
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Shortest distance from point to line (big dataset)

What is the best method to calculate the distance from the nearest road for a series of address points in QGIS, having a very big dataset? (QGIS 2.0.1, Win XP) I read the answers to previous similar ...
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GDAL loads in Python, but not IPython (Linux)

I am trying my hardest to utilize the work of the good folks at the GeoDa center, but I cannot seem to get all of the components to load. GDAL, in particular, has been giving me some difficulty. The ...
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How to modify the results of a geological dataset from vertical to horizontal?

I have a 3-D point shapefile of a geological fault dataset consisting of x,y, and z columns. I need to create a raster dataset from this point dataset. I have been trying to do this in ArcGIS; ...
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How to efficiently read and reclassify many rasters in R

I've been tasked to create a suitability analysis of wave conditions in the Gulf of Mexico. I have 2 thousand or so raster files that are about 8 MB each (2438 columns, 1749 rows, 1km cell size). ...
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Reverse geocoding to get city, state, country data separately?

I have longitude and latitude data. I need to reverse geocode to get city, state, country data separately. I have checked google service. Google provides complete address to a micro level. ...
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Merging many rasters using Python

I have a list of many many rasters. I want to have a simple and easy to understand script that takes this and merges it into one big mosaic. I found a similar question but the accepted answer adivises ...
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Rpy2 Unable to Load in Fresh QGIS Install

after installing qgis the a message given below is shown Unable to load the plugin: Unable to load required package rpy2. Please ensure that both R, and the corresponding version of Rpy2 are ...
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Draw two separate lines from A to B and B to A

I have an Origin-Destination table like this Origin Destination Value A B 10 B A 100 A C 120 ... For all the locations A, B, C... I have another table indicating their location (Lat and Lon) Is ...
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Interpolating Maps - Statistical Learning Techniques vs Spatial Statistics Techniques

I have recently begun experimenting with the inteprolation of variales over a whole country. I have good sized training set where I have several dependant variables (continuous and categorical) ...
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Classifying point coordinates to countries or continents?

I have about 50 000 points (latitude and longitude), and I would like to find out in which country each of the points is located. It does not need to be super precise, though. (Or actually I only ...
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How to create a solar intensity map for a garden plot?

I'm interested in creating a raster surface that depicts the average solar intensity per unit area for a small garden plot. I imagine the inputs into the model would be the following: Plot ...
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How to stack rasters for ecological analysis?

The attached image shows two different forest openings. Each opening has the following layers associated with it: Point shapefile 1 = A red X which represent a large "legacy" tree in the gap Point ...
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How to implement bivariate Ripley's K function in ArcGIS 10?

The attached image shows a forest gap with red pine represented as circles and white pine represented as crosses. I am interested in determining if there is a positive or negative association between ...
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Where can I get public transportation route information for USA?

I'm trying to find a list of public transit route information, mainly location of bus and train stops for the US. I've looked around at some of the Google products and openstreetmap but can't find ...
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book/tutorial on using rpy2 in python for kriging?

I am proficient in Python, but have no knowledge of R. Can you suggest a good tutorial in using rpy2 or any other R library to perform Block/Cokriging "Kriging"
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How to single out country data from a world data map?

Say that i have two "data sources"; A global map of average wind speeds, A shape file (or similar information) of all country borders in the world. How do i combine these two sources and extract ...
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How to create a map with states by attribute value?

I'm using Qgis, but I am quite familiar with R and python. So I could use any of these. I want a map of mexico but want to color the stats according to a certain variable. It goes from 0 to 100. So ...
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Count raster value in a bounding box (spatial extent)

I have simple question: given a bounding box, how can I count the number of specific values (say, I am interested in the number of value == 1 ) in a raster in 1) arcpy, or 2) raster package in R?
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How to visualize azimuthal data with uncertainties?

I am trying to make a figure showing azimuthal data with a different range of uncertainties at each point. This oldschool figure from a 1991 paper captures the "bowtie plot" idea that I'm aiming for: ...
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How to find and merge duplicate points?

I have two point shapefiles: Red and Blue. Each point shapefile has a z value which represents a radius (i.e. represented as buffers in the example). A duplicate point is defined as a point that ...
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rpy2 installation on Mac OSX. A still unresolved problem on StackExchange and rpy-list [closed]

following lgautier's advice on rpy2 installation on Mac OSX, I posted my request on rpy-list and got in touch with Yair Benita who said he could only install rpy2 through his default Mac OS X python ...
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rpy2 installation on Mac OSX

I'm desperatly trying and retrying to install rpy2 on my Mac OS 10.6 in order to run SDA4PP plugin on QGIS. My version of R is 2.14.0 and it was obviously compiled with the option --enable-R-shlib ...
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389 views

Using rpy2 in ArcGIS

I have a 3rd party python geoprocessing script that requires rpy2, and thus also r. What is the best way to get these working together? Using R with ArcGIS Desktop says the most useful option for ...
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Ecological geospatial conundrum

I am looking for a different, more elegant solution to a spatial statistics problem. Raw data consists of an x-y coordinate for each individual tree (i.e. converted to a point .shp file). Although ...
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How to get rpy2 for QGIS on OSX?

I am a new QGIS user, have installed QGIS on a Mac running Snow Leopard OSX 10.6.8 following all the instructions. QGIS seems to work well for everything other than when I boot up I get the message ...
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Spatial Interpolation Methods like PRISM

I am looking for some kind of software (free software) that allows me to make an interpolation like PRISM software. The interpolation used in PRISM is a local regression and accounts for ...
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Administrative level and coordinates from Yahoo GeoPlanet WOEID

The Yahoo GeoPlanet data can be freely downloaded from: http://developer.yahoo.com/geo/geoplanet/data/. If I understand it correctly, each WOEID corresponds to a unique location on earth, with ...
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How to implement value-by-alpha map in GIS?

I've been doing some background reading about cartograms recently and stumbled upon interesting alternative - value-by-alpha maps. Concept is described in more details here and full paper is ...