Analysing soil moisture data in NetCDF format with the ncdf4 library

The netCDF format is popular in sciences that analyse sequential spatial data. It is a self-describing, machine-independent data format for creating, accessing and sharing array-oriented information. The netCDF format provides spatial time-series such as meteorological or environmental data. This article shows how to visualise… Continue Reading →

Pacific Island Hopping using R and iGraph

Use R as your travel guide and plan your next Pacific island hopping holiday with the igraph package. This code analyses flight routes and finds routes.

Visualising Water Consumption using a Geographic Bubble Chart

A geographic bubble chart is a straightforward method to visualise quantitative information with a geospatial relationship. Last week I was in Vietnam helping the Phú Thọ Water Supply Joint Stock Company with their data science. They asked me to create… Continue Reading →

Create Air Travel Route Maps in ggplot: A Visual Travel Diary

Create Air Travel Route Maps that look like airline route maps you find in aeroplane magazines using ggplot. Spatially visualise your travel diary.

Finding antipodes using the globe and ggmap packages

The antipode of any place on Earth is the point on the Earth’s surface that is diametrically opposite to it. How can you use ggmap to find antipodes?

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