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Nov
13
comment Choropleth in R: custom breaks and plotting
That looks pretty nice. I'll certainly give it a try for other work, so thanks for the reference.
Nov
13
comment Choropleth in R: custom breaks and plotting
Sure, no problem.
Nov
13
accepted Choropleth in R: custom breaks and plotting
Nov
13
answered Choropleth in R: custom breaks and plotting
Nov
13
revised Choropleth in R: custom breaks and plotting
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Nov
4
revised R : How to build heatmap with the leaflet package
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Nov
4
suggested approved edit on R : How to build heatmap with the leaflet package
Oct
30
comment Spatial join between polygons and polygons using R
Maybe this is of any help? Or possibly this?
Oct
24
revised Clipping vs Intersecting
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Oct
24
suggested approved edit on Clipping vs Intersecting
Oct
24
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
23
revised R: Using Inverse Distance Weighting with the mapply function
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Oct
23
suggested approved edit on R: Using Inverse Distance Weighting with the mapply function
Oct
22
accepted R: Change RasterBrick dimensions from TXY to XYT
Oct
22
comment R: Change RasterBrick dimensions from TXY to XYT
I didn't dare to venture into Expert Mode. Many thanks.
Oct
22
comment Using errorsalm() from spdep with multilevel data?
I think the issue here is that you're estimating a model with repeated observations, which is something the spdep package can't handle as it can only estimate cross-sectional data, if I'm correct. You might be able to estimate the model using the splm package which is designed for spatial panel data specifications. See here
Oct
21
asked R: Change RasterBrick dimensions from TXY to XYT
May
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awarded  Notable Question
Oct
16
accepted Aggregating satellite night light data in R
Oct
16
comment Aggregating satellite night light data in R
This worked nicely. Thanks for the thorough explanation as well.