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Simple Features for R
Support for simple features, a standardized way to encode spatial vector data. Binds to 'GDAL' for reading and writing data, to 'GEOS' for geometrical operations, and to 'PROJ' for projection conversions and datum transformations.
Cycle Routing and Data for Cycling Advocacy
An interface to the cycle routing/data services provided by 'CycleStreets', a not-for-profit social enterprise and advocacy organisation. The application programming interfaces (APIs) provided by 'CycleStreets' are documented at (< https://www.cyclestreets.net/api/>). The focus of this package is the journey planning API, which aims to emulate the routes taken by a knowledgeable cyclist. An innovative feature of the routing service of its provision of fastest, quietest and balanced profiles. These represent routes taken to minimise time, avoid traffic and compromise between the two, respectively.
Sustainable Transport Planning
Functionality and data access tools for transport planning, including origin-destination analysis, route allocation and modelling travel patterns.
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.
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.
Import 'OpenStreetMap' Data as Simple Features or Spatial Objects
Download and import of 'OpenStreetMap' ('OSM') data as 'sf' or 'sp' objects. 'OSM' data are extracted from the 'Overpass' web server and processed with very fast 'C++' routines for return to 'R'.