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sf — by Edzer Pebesma, 3 months ago

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. Uses by default the 's2' package for spherical geometry operations on ellipsoidal (long/lat) coordinates.

pROC — by Xavier Robin, 8 months ago

Display and Analyze ROC Curves

Tools for visualizing, smoothing and comparing receiver operating characteristic (ROC curves). (Partial) area under the curve (AUC) can be compared with statistical tests based on U-statistics or bootstrap. Confidence intervals can be computed for (p)AUC or ROC curves.

tmap — by Martijn Tennekes, 9 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.

magic — by Robin K. S. Hankin, 2 years ago

Create and Investigate Magic Squares

A collection of functions for the manipulation and analysis of arbitrarily dimensioned arrays. The original motivation for the package was the development of efficient, vectorized algorithms for the creation and investigation of magic squares and high-dimensional magic hypercubes.

gsl — by Robin K. S. Hankin, a year ago

Wrapper for the Gnu Scientific Library

An R wrapper for some of the functionality of the Gnu Scientific Library.

od — by Robin Lovelace, 3 months ago

Manipulate and Map Origin-Destination Data

The aim of 'od' is to provide tools and example datasets for working with origin-destination ('OD') datasets of the type used to describe aggregate urban mobility patterns (Carey et al. 1981) . The package builds on functions for working with 'OD' data in the package 'stplanr', (Lovelace and Ellison 2018) with a focus on computational efficiency and support for the 'sf' class system (Pebesma 2018) . With few dependencies and a simple class system based on data frames, the package is intended to facilitate efficient analysis of 'OD' datasets and to provide a place for developing new functions. The package enables the creation and analysis of geographic entities representing large scale mobility patterns, from daily travel between zones in cities to migration between countries.

pct — by Robin Lovelace, a year ago

Propensity to Cycle Tool

Functions and example data to teach and increase the reproducibility of the methods and code underlying the Propensity to Cycle Tool (PCT), a research project and web application hosted at < https://www.pct.bike/>. For an academic paper on the methods, see Lovelace et al (2017) .

partitions — by Robin K. S. Hankin, 2 years ago

Additive Partitions of Integers

Additive partitions of integers. Enumerates the partitions, unequal partitions, and restricted partitions of an integer; the three corresponding partition functions are also given. Set partitions and now compositions and riffle shuffles are included.

spData — by Jakub Nowosad, 16 days 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.

stplanr — by Robin Lovelace, a month ago

Sustainable Transport Planning

Tools for transport planning with an emphasis on spatial transport data and non-motorized modes. The package was originally developed to support the 'Propensity to Cycle Tool', a publicly available strategic cycle network planning tool (Lovelace et al. 2017) , but has since been extended to support public transport routing and accessibility analysis (Moreno-Monroy et al. 2017) and routing with locally hosted routing engines such as 'OSRM' (Lowans et al. 2023) . The main functions are for creating and manipulating geographic "desire lines" from origin-destination (OD) data (building on the 'od' package); calculating routes on the transport network locally and via interfaces to routing services such as < https://cyclestreets.net/> (Desjardins et al. 2021) ; and calculating route segment attributes such as bearing. The package implements the 'travel flow aggregration' method described in Morgan and Lovelace (2020) and the 'OD jittering' method described in Lovelace et al. (2022) . Further information on the package's aim and scope can be found in the vignettes and in a paper in the R Journal (Lovelace and Ellison 2018) , and in a paper outlining the landscape of open source software for geographic methods in transport planning (Lovelace, 2021) .