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formula for GWPCA cross validation on GWmodel package on R software

i want to know the formula of for GWPCA cross validation to get the best bandwuth on GWmodel package on R software. thanks
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How to create a time series with a NetCDF raster from Ensembles E-OBS using GDAL, R, GRASS GIS or SAGA GIS

I downloaded a NetCDF file that contains daily precipitation values from 1-1-1950 to 30-6-2013. The raster has 23191 bands. http://eca.knmi.nl/download/ensembles/download.php My goal is to analyze ...
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Failure to display R script result plots in QGIS

I'm trying to run R scripts (3.0.2) from QGIS (2.0.1) on Windows 7 x64. There seems to be a known bug whereby the output results do not display in the QGIS GUI, but rather just an html path ending in ...
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R raster Package Moran's I interpretation

I am using raster package to calculate the local Moran's I . The example gives the range of Moran's I between - 1 to 2.47. On my own data I have see the value range -3.070423 - 7.228558 How can ...
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How can I conduct Geographically Weighted Analysis using an exponential decay function?

I have some points (representing 30 study sites) and I want to calculate the weighted mean of several variables (landscape layers) using a negative exponential decay (weights function) to give more ...
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join grid or polygon layers in R

I have two grids. Cells in each grid have an attribute. Size of grid cells differs between the two grids and the two grids do not overlay each other perfectly. I would like to create a new layer, ...
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Plot a Raster in R with white space for NA values

I want to produce a .png of a raster with background values plotted as white space. Below you can see the current state of the plot. As you can tell, the pixels which should contain NA values, ...
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Convert 800 .hdf4 files to Tiff using GRASS/QGIS/SAGA/GDAL/R

I've have MODIS ndvi data (MODIS_Grid_16 days NDVI) from the iberian peninsula, from February of 2000 to August of 2012 (really big data). How do I batch convert about 800 .hdf MODIS files to .tif ? ...
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R - What is the purpose of .GAL lattice file?

Could someone please explain to me what the purpose of a .GAL lattice file is? I want to see if my data are spatially autocorrelated and I've been following Bivand (2013). I have loaded my polygon ...
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R Raster package loop over pixels

I want to perform a trend analysis for each pixel over it's time dimension. Therefore I wrote a loop over each pixel doing the calculation but this is extremely slow. I am sure there must be a faster ...
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Resources for mapping and displaying spatial data in R

I'd like this to be a repository for all resources available specifically for mapping and displaying spatial data in R. I've seen (and contributed) to this post, but would like this post to focus ...
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How to process MODIS ndvi data using QGIS/GRASS/R?

I have MODIS ndvi data (MODIS_Grid_16 days NDVI) from the iberian peninsula (3 tiles), from February of 2000 to August of 2012 (really big data). I want to know how to deal with this kind of files. My ...
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Calculating spatial lags per year in R

At the moment I am having some difficulties with calculating a spatial lag in R. I know how to calculate the lag in space-wide format but am unable to do it in long form, i.e. have repeated ...
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Defining the boundary of a catchment area

I digitized contour lines from topographic maps and created a DEM. With the DEM, I estimated the boundary of a catchment area. Estimated positional accuracy of topographic maps is RMSE = 65 m, with a ...
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Matching two point clouds without loss (nearest neighbor, but more complicated)

I have two point clouds, one with demographic and one with electoral data. Points in both clouds represent the same empirical entity (say, a village, or an urban neighbourhood), but are not in the ...
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R - Dealing with missing data in SpatialPolygonDataFrames for Moran.test

I'm trying to use Moran.test on a SpatialPolygonDataFrame consisting of 7194 elements in R. I know that there is around 150 polygons with NA values. First I generate a spatial weights matrix: ...
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Per-pixel (statistical) calculations on a raster stack using GDAL

In R, it's relatively trivial to perform per pixel calculations based on a raster stack (e.g., get std.dev for each pixel on a 12 layer GeoTIFF). Unfortunately, the speed is less than desirable when ...
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Conversion of Latitude/Longitude to different map projection

I have two m*n matrices coming from a WRF-ARW simulation: one exclusively with longitude values and one with only latitude values. For both matrices I know the originatin projection (lambert conic ...
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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 a loop in R to average ndvi raster time series?

I have monthly ndvi raster geotiffs for multiple years. I need to run a loop to get the average of each of these ndvi grids/rasters. Each of my ndvi rasters contains 143 pixels. I would like the ...
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How to infer a relationship between two spatial points using R

I am quite new to the area of spatial statistics, but I'm very interested. For learning and demo purposes, I've created three datsets. Dataset - Persons: This describes individuals at a certain ...
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Performing cluster analysis in R with Point Datasets

I am a R-Beginner, but I want to use it for some spatial statistics. I want to check the relation between the occurrence of ill persons and the existence of water in a area of interest. To give you a ...
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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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SpatialPointsDataFrame properties and operators in R

I have created an object of type SpatialPointsDataFrame using the sp package in R. However, I am confused about the @, $, . and [] operators and when to use them to access the different properties of ...
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How to reclassify only a part of a raster but keep the rest unchanged (ArcGIS or R)

I'm trying to reclassify only a certain part of a raster...not the entire raster. Here's the problem. I have a LULC raster of the entire US. There are some issues with the raster that I want to ...
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Help choosing most suitable bivariate choropleth mapping coloring scheme

I am trying to overlay a nominal variable (2 categories - rainfed vs irrigated) in a choropleth map over a numeric variable. In order to highlight the difference in pattern among the two ...
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Convert from eastings and northings to latitude and longitude without ArcGIS

I am not a GIS user, but I was given some shapefiles to work with. I do not have ArcGIS or any other GIS tool, but I do have Matlab with the mapping toolbox and R. From what I can tell, the data is ...
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Relative areas projection independent?

I need to calculate how much (in percent) each of thousands of spatial polygons shrink after some events. I use R and the very useful sp-library. Example: Projection: "+proj=longlat +datum=WGS84 ...
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How can I create a choropleth from the 2010 census ZCTA shapefile using R and ggplot2?

I have created state and county choropleths in R using ggplot2. The method I have used for this came from Winston Chang's "R Graphics Cookbook". For those choropleths the map was already represented ...
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linked maps not working in R

I am trying use the micromap package in R, but something is not working. This is the code: library(micromap) library(rgdal) library(ggplot2) setwd ('C:/Users/Jesus/Dropbox/linked maps/Chapter4') ...
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What is the latest version of R that supported gpclib?

Does anyone know what the latest version of R that supported the gpclib package? I was using the latest version but when I tried to install gpclib, it said that it was unable due to my version of R. ...
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R generated files getting scrambled on import in ArcGIS

I want to put this out there just in case someone somewhere has experienced similar issues. I have a .csv file that I have generated in R 3.0 using this code: ...
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Dates are off when opening netcdf file in R

I have a netcdf file with the time dimension that goes from 12/2007 until 12/2010 with monthly time steps. I can see the correct dates in both arcgis and panoply. Panoply tells me this file is a ...
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Null values coerced to zero (0) when exporting to csv or txt

I extracted values from several rasters, and in some cases, the value is null. However, when I export the attribute table to a csv or a txt file (from ArcMap), the null values are converted to 0. Is ...
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How to load Georeferenced Scanned Maps in R

I have a geo-referenced scanned Map in GeoTiff format, which I would like to load into R. My intention is to plot some vector data (points and polygons) over this map using maptools package. Is ...
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Processing HDF4 data in R

I am trying to process MODIS files in R, which are in HDF4 format (link to data). I have experience reading in HDF5 and netCDF files in R, but HDF4 seems to be a common problem in R. I am using a MAC ...
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how to extract a variable at specific time and depth from netcdf in r

I have the following netcdf file containing 7 variables and 4 dimensions. [1] "file data.nc has 4 dimensions:" [1] "depth Size: 12" [1] "time Size: 37" [1] "x Size: 305" [1] "y Size: 432" ...
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shape file for linked micromap not working

I am trying to replicate the example provided in the micromap R package of a linked map with the poverty rate for the 50 US states. I am trying to achieve the same results with a Shapefile from ...
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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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How to access shapefile table in QGIS Modeler R scripts?

I need to develop .rsx scripts for QGIS 2.0.1 Modeler to do statistical elaborations on data tables of loaded vector layers. In this case I am not interested in accessing shapefile geometries, I'd ...
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Exporting Maps as PDFs in R

In R, trying to export choropleth maps with density and frequency histograms as legends; have had success exporting as an image but not as a pdf. Exporting as an image (.png) works well; the map, ...
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R: distance from one point to many polygons

OK so I have a spatial polygons data frame, and I have a point of interest. I want to add a row to the SPDF that contains the distance from the centroid of each polygon to this given point. How do I ...
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Units of gBuffer from rgeos package

I have this polygon: library(maptools); library(sp) setwd(system.file("shapes", package="maptools")) columbus <- readShapeSpatial("columbus.shp") proj4string(columbus) <- CRS("+proj=longlat ...
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How to extract values of one point dataset to second point dataset based on proximity using R?

I have to point shapefiles and would like to extract values from one point shapefile to another one based on some measure of proximity, i.e. for any given point in dataset x, extract the mean value ...
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plotting a SpatialPolygons object using lines() without lines connecting separate polygons

This is almost an extension of a question asked on stackoverflow (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12196440/extract-feature-coordinates-from-spatialpolygons-and-other-sp-classes), so I'll use the ...
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Apply r.neighbours or Neighbourhood analysis (LecoS plugin for QGIS) to 3000 rasters

I need to apply r.neighbours or Neighbourhood analysis (QGIS plugin LecoS (or equivalent) to 3000 rasters and define a neighbourhood of 5 x 5 and calculate the mean. I suppose I need to create a ...
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Flow Accumulation in R

My apologies for such a general question. Is there an ArcGIS like implementation of Flow Accumulation for R? What I am trying to avoid: Using ArcGIS; Using Grass; Using RpyGEO (but will if need be) ...
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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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Is there anyway to stack or merge .hdf files in R Studio?

I would like to be able to merge, mosaic, or stack several .hdf files. Does anyone know the package or library i should be looking for the tool to do this?
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How to get count of non-NA raster cells within polygon using R

I've been running into all sorts of issues using ArcGIS ZonalStats and thought R could be a great way. Saying that I'm fairly new to R, but got a coding background. The situation is that I have ...