Dear UTSG subscribers,
With developments such as the release of osmdata, sf and my own stplanr
packages, R is a promising language for transport planning applications.
If you use spatial transport data it is worth getting to grips with the
foundations of spatial data before attempting advanced applications,
To that end, please check-out an up-coming R course I'm teaching at the
University of Leeds in October:
If you are new to R, you may be interested in attending this
introductory course on the 15th September:
There will also be a follow-up of the successful course
*R for Transport Applications: Handling Big Data in Spatial World*
towards the end of April - more on that in due course.
For more context, and some reproducible example, please see the
in-progress Vignette *stplanr: A package for transport planning *by
myself and Richard Ellison at ITLS, Sydney:
Hope all this of interest, and see some of you on the courses!
All the best,
ITS contact details <https://www.its.leeds.ac.uk/people/r.lovelace>
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