Learning About Spatial Data In R

Kevin Feasel

2018-04-09

R

Steph Locke has a compendium of resources for people wishing to learn more about working with spatial data in R:

I recently met up with someone who does geospatial stuff but uses the more traditional GIS software to do it. I showed him a few things in R but not being a person who does a lot of geospatial analysis I thought I’d ask the lovely #rspatial crowd what they’d recommend. Here are the compiled recommendations. Happy learning spatial R!

Feel free to comment or tweet your recommendations to get them added to this list.

There’s a lot of reading, watching, and doing there, so thanks to Steph for putting it together.

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