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spData — by Jakub Nowosad, 8 months ago

Datasets for Spatial Analysis

Diverse spatial datasets for demonstrating, benchmarking and teaching spatial data analysis. It includes R data of class sf (defined by the package 'sf'), Spatial ('sp'), and nb ('spdep'). Unlike other spatial data packages such as 'rnaturalearth' and 'maps', it also contains data stored in a range of file formats including GeoJSON, ESRI Shapefile and GeoPackage. Some of the datasets are designed to illustrate specific analysis techniques. cycle_hire() and cycle_hire_osm(), for example, is designed to illustrate point pattern analysis techniques.

tmap — by Martijn Tennekes, 5 months ago

Thematic Maps

Thematic maps are geographical maps in which spatial data distributions are visualized. This package offers a flexible, layer-based, and easy to use approach to create thematic maps, such as choropleths and bubble maps.

raster — by Robert J. Hijmans, 4 months ago

Geographic Data Analysis and Modeling

Reading, writing, manipulating, analyzing and modeling of spatial data. This package has been superseded by the "terra" package < https://CRAN.R-project.org/package=terra>.

philentropy — by Hajk-Georg Drost, 3 months ago

Similarity and Distance Quantification Between Probability Functions

Computes 46 optimized distance and similarity measures for comparing probability functions (Drost (2018) ). These comparisons between probability functions have their foundations in a broad range of scientific disciplines from mathematics to ecology. The aim of this package is to provide a core framework for clustering, classification, statistical inference, goodness-of-fit, non-parametric statistics, information theory, and machine learning tasks that are based on comparing univariate or multivariate probability functions.

MetBrewer — by Blake Robert Mills, 2 years ago

Color Palettes Inspired by Works at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Palettes Inspired by Works at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Currently contains over 50 color schemes and checks for colorblind-friendliness of palettes. Colorblind accessibility checked using the '{colorblindcheck} package by Jakub Nowosad'< https://jakubnowosad.com/colorblindcheck/>.

rcartocolor — by Jakub Nowosad, 9 months ago

'CARTOColors' Palettes

Provides color schemes for maps and other graphics designed by 'CARTO' as described at < https://carto.com/carto-colors/>. It includes four types of palettes: aggregation, diverging, qualitative, and quantitative.

comat — by Jakub Nowosad, 3 months ago

Creates Co-Occurrence Matrices of Spatial Data

Builds co-occurrence matrices based on spatial raster data. It includes creation of weighted co-occurrence matrices (wecoma) and integrated co-occurrence matrices (incoma; Vadivel et al. (2007) ).

spatialising — by Jakub Nowosad, 3 months ago

Ising Model for Spatial Data

Performs simulations of binary spatial raster data using the Ising model (Ising (1925) ; Onsager (1944) ). It allows to set a few parameters that represent internal and external pressures, and the number of simulations (Stepinski and Nowosad (2023) ).

elevatr — by Jeffrey Hollister, 5 months ago

Access Elevation Data from Various APIs

Several web services are available that provide access to elevation data. This package provides access to many of those services and returns elevation data either as an 'sf' simple features object from point elevation services or as a 'raster' object from raster elevation services. In future versions, 'elevatr' will drop support for 'raster' and will instead return 'terra' objects. Currently, the package supports access to the Amazon Web Services Terrain Tiles < https://registry.opendata.aws/terrain-tiles/>, the Open Topography Global Datasets API < https://opentopography.org/developers/>, and the USGS Elevation Point Query Service < https://apps.nationalmap.gov/epqs/>.

supercells — by Jakub Nowosad, 10 days ago

Superpixels of Spatial Data

Creates superpixels based on input spatial data. This package works on spatial data with one variable (e.g., continuous raster), many variables (e.g., RGB rasters), and spatial patterns (e.g., areas in categorical rasters). It is based on the SLIC algorithm (Achanta et al. (2012) ), and readapts it to work with arbitrary dissimilarity measures.