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comment What is the single most influential book every GIS professional should read?
Stackexchange sent me a complaint that this answer might be removed for being too short. A short answer can be a full answer. And, it has been fine for the last four years. The voting system should control content, not some moderator with arbitrary policies. If you take it down I will quit using the site.
Feb
12
accepted rasterize produces a raster full of NA values
Feb
12
answered In R, set NA cells in one raster where another raster has values
Feb
12
comment rasterize produces a raster full of NA values
Unfortunately I require the output to be in a different projection from the shapefile. Plus one for the helpful code and images.
Feb
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asked rasterize produces a raster full of NA values
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asked Converting adf rasters to asc?
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comment How to select a Subset of PolySet data in R?
I can't get the code to run... can you post some straightforward instructions on how to get "Bhutan's administrative area" so I can duplicate your "df" ?
Mar
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accepted Convert a shapefile with northing/easting to ASCII raster with latitude/longitude
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revised Convert a shapefile with northing/easting to ASCII raster with latitude/longitude
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asked Convert a shapefile with northing/easting to ASCII raster with latitude/longitude
Feb
23
comment R: Download a large DEM, change projection, and adjust to smaller scale
I let Robert Hijmans know about the case. On a smaller DEM, the default settings are near-optimal, so this is a mystery so far.
Feb
23
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