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Are there examples of high-level interfaces to NetCDF

The R raster package and GDAL both have independent wrappers around NetCDF-4* that treat an array variable as a "complete" dataset, i.e. they provide objects or interfaces that seamlessly give access ...
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Display two-dimensional color gradient for two different quantities

I have two overlapping raster layers. One contains quantity A from 0 to 100, and the other contains quantity B from 0 to 100. I'd like to create a map displaying both sets of data at once based on a ...
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Test for spatial randomness with Ripley's K or L function in R

I have a spatial point pattern that I would like to test against complete spatial randomness. I managed to plot a Ripley's K function for my data and a function for a random distribution with a ...
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Reproject MODIS level 3 chlorophyll data using gdal

I am trying to reproject MODIS Level 3 chlorophyll data (for instance, this file) using gdal in R. I used gdal_translate and gdalwarp functions. There was no crs information associated with ...
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MODIS Level 1B batch process

I am a new MODIS Level 1B user. I have been using the MODIS Swath tool to process my images. However, I have over 1000 images to process. I was wondering if there a script available in IDL or R (very ...
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Converting the x-axis into a river line [on hold]

How does one create a simple bar graph which shows abundances on the y-axis and sites on the x-axis; but where the y-axis is on the right and the x-axis is a river line? (see image for examples)
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What's the difference in these two shp files?

I'm trying to plot points on these maps in R, with points from "Coordinates" in the same folder. The WL.shp plots fine with the data, but the NG.shp (which should only be larger and of the same area ...
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r.surf.contour in QGIS 2.0

I have a problem with r.surf.contour. I create a DTM with v.to.rast.attribute and then use the r.surf.contour and it works fine in QGIS 1.9 but with QGIS 2.0 doesn't work. I have a contour shapefile ...
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Interpolating Maps - Statistical Learning Techniques vs Spatial Statistics Techniques

I have recently begun experimenting with the interpolation 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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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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Resources on using R in QGIS for R users?

This is a very basic question, but I'm having a heck of a time figuring it out because so much of the QGIS documentation is oriented toward use of the GUI. I want to be able to run R scripts in QGIS, ...
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how can i obtain mean of 30 bands from the help of raster calculator in QGIS API with python? [on hold]

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Competing approaches to line & polygon simplification

There seems to be a few theoretical options around at the moment for geometric simplification. Douglas–Peucker seems the most established, followed by Visvalingam's approach (used by d3.js). Now ...
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How to add a field to a shapefile using R

This question is trying to make sense of a post that already exists that looks good, but is failing in practice. The second ranked answer uses the foreign package to read a shapefile attribute table ...
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Iterating polygons on a SpatialPolygonsDataFrame in R with readWKT

I have fetched some data (39 objects) from my PostGIS database and converted this data into a matrix: rs <- dbSendQuery(con, "SELECT ST_AsText(polygon_accumulation) AS ShapeWKT from ...
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Neighbours list extracted out of polygon regions

I've got a SQL database which contains some coded polygon structures. Those can be extracted as follows poly <- data.frame(sqldf("SELECT ST_astext(geometry) FROM table")) The data.frame 'poly' ...
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Splitting strings into new rows, retaining geometry

UPDATED BELOW I have 9 shapefiles, each shapefile has 700,000+ rows and I have roughly 12 attribute fields in each shapefile. There are three attribute fields, common to every shapefile, that I am ...
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R giving error when attempting map algebra

I'm trying to manipulate some downloaded rasters using R, and keep getting the same error when I try to do any type of map algebra. The example below uses a raster file downloaded from ...
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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 where 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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Doubts with Ripley's K function Interpretation

I'm a self-taught person, I'm studying the K Ripley's function and I would need some person who give me some advices. First, I have written a little script of R in QGIS processor: ##Point pattern ...
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How to calculate average raster values around a set of points (ArcGIS or R) [duplicate]

I have a 30-m elevation raster as well as a set of points that overlay the raster. For each point, I want to calculate the average elevation within a 5-km radius of the point. One way I was ...
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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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NAs not allowed error message in attempt to plot raster object in R

I have imported a clipped raster (performed in ArcGIS 10.1) from the National Landcover Dataset into R, but when I try to plot I get the following error message. Error in .readCellsGDAL(x, ...
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How do I peform a true GIS Clip of polygons layer using a polygon layer in R

I would like to do a true GIS Clip in R of soils polygons using a series of single boundary polygons, but I cannot find an R function to properly do it. It should work just like the CLIP function in ...
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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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Projection mismatch when plotting precipitation with ggplot

I'm trying to plot accumulated precipitation in Brazil for a given period, see code below: Load packages library(raincpc) library(SDMTools) library(raster) library(ggplot2) library(rgdal) ...
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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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R: Can raster predict function pass to predict.rfsrc (a prediction function in a parallel verion of RandomForest)?

It seems that raster predict function can pass to predict.randomForest by setting the "type='response'". I am using a parallel version of randomForest package called the "randomForestSRC" and I am ...
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R SP library: identicalCRS and parameters in different order

The following returns FALSE: library(sp) points <- matrix(rnorm(30, 50, 10), ncol=2) proj1 <- CRS("+proj=utm +zone=10 +datum=WGS84 +ellps=WGS84 +units=m +no_defs +towgs84=0,0,0") proj2 <- ...
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Spatial interpolation with breaklines in R

I have a dataset consisting of irregularly-spaced points (x,y,value) that represent an area of ocean that contains some land. I need to interpolate these to a regular grid, ensuring that the ...
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Cannot properly import MODIS MOD07_L2 .hdf files into R using rgdal

I've been trying to accurately import and process some .hdf files from the MODIS Atmospheric Profile product (MOD07_L2) in R for several days now. Still, there's something going wrong during data ...
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How to compare spatial patterns (crime cases vs population)?

I am looking for a way to statistically compare two spatial patterns in shape polygon data (not point pattern analysis). Let's say I have a city map divided in neighborhoods (barrios), in shape ...
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Per-pixel 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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R{raster} getValues(): error accessing values of large raster

I am getting the following, while extracting all values with: rs<-getValues(rster) Error in getRasterData(con, offset = offs, region.dim = reg, band = object at data@band): long vectors not ...
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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 find variable names for SF1 Census files

I'm trying to to read the 2010 Census data so that I can link some of my research data to geographic information. Ideally I would like to use census tract data and other covariates. I've downloaded ...
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Calculate area covered by a particular raster layer within polygons in QGIS

I am trying to extract information on vegetation cover within a set radius of point locations (my sites). I have succeeded in creating a new vector layer of circles with a 5 km radius around my sites. ...
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Create a ground overlay kml from georeferenced raster

I have a world georeferenced raster (5m resolution, ~4000 x 4000 pixels) that I would like to display in google earth. I am looking for a simple and effective way to generate this kml file. Using ...
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How to automatically draw lines with a given angle from one single point in qgis 1.8?

I'm new to qgis so please be patient. I need to draw a bundle of lines all originating from the same point and with a 10° angle between each line (e.g. lines bearing at 0,10,20 ..90..110..220..350). I ...
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How to analyse point data as covariate for areal data

I have two data sets: a) a set of polygons with areal data variables. b) point measures of various co-variates of interest (note I do not necessarily have a point for each polygon) How do I ...
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Using R to calculate the area of multiple polygons on a map that intersect with another overlaid polygon

I have a shapefile downloaded from the Ordnance Survey that gives electoral ward (division) boundaries for a county of the United Kingdom. I have successfully used R to load the shapefile and plotted ...
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How to access each raster in a stack with a loop

I have a stack of rasters and I want to access each layer, combine each later with another file and finally export the resulting file as a csv file. Is there any way to do this with a loop? So far I ...
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Is there a way to write single bands raster from multi-band layer faster in r?

I have 1000 multi-layer rasters and have to export each separate layer to a tif. Some friends recommended R to do the job. I used the following code: library(raster) namesVector<- c("layer1", ...
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How to mosaic rasters in R?

I am trying to mosaic several rasters into single big raster in R. Using script that posted in http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15287807/how-can-i-create-raster-mosaic-using-list-of-rasters But, I ...
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How do I convert a .bil (and associated .clr, .blw, .hdr, and .stx) files into georeferenced rasters in R? OR to geotiffs using gdal_translate?

The title says it all. I've got a bunch of .bil files, which I can open in R using the raster command pointed to the path to the .bil file. But I don't know how to efficiently incorporate the ...
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Wrong projection high quality shapefile for the coastline of Helsinki region (Finland)

I did some spatial interpolations in R and I need a support for those. Looking for shapefiles online the best I could find was and it looks really horrible, the same area in ggplot looks like . I ...
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projection conversion from mercator to google maps format

Is this spTransform(Finland3, CRS("+proj=longlat +ellps=WGS84 +no_defs+ellps=WGS84 +towgs84=0,0,0 ")) the right way to project a shapefile with this projection coord. ref. : +proj=merc +lon_0=0 ...
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Map accuracy assessment by moving window in R

I would like to make an accuracy assessment using a confusion matrix between classified Landsat image and reference dataset. Maps have the same resolution and extent. I would like to evaluate the ...
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plot shp files like pnm? (Statistical Data Analysis Explained example) [duplicate]

Weird subject? well I'm confused so in advance: sorry for this wavy question: I'm trying to do what the authors of Statistical Data Analysis Explained (ISBN: 978-0-470-98581-6) have done in figure ...