To begin with, as this is the first post of 2016, Happy New Year everyone..!!
This post will be talking on how can someone easily build a web-map with RStudio and the web framework that they released for R, Shiny. Continue reading [Tutorial] R on Shiny: A web-mapping solution from RStudio
As part of a practical exercise in the MRes course, we were asked to create a map of London with the average GCSE scores. Since we needed a value for every pixel, and the data are about wards, we used a method of interpolation, and specifically the Kriging method. Also, I went one step further and used Kriging with both R (which is can be integrated in GRASS as well), by using the gstat package and ArcMap. Continue reading Kriging with R and ArcMap: Average GCSE scores for London