During the 2018-2019 school year, the Center for Spatial Data Science is piloting a R Spatial Workshop for researchers, students, and staff. The workshops are run by Angela Li, R Spatial Advocate for the CSDS.
New as of Spring 2019: We are running two workshop tracks this quarter: GIS/Visualization and Raster/Kriging. The GIS/Visualization workshop runs from 10-11am on Wednesday at Searle 240B and the Raster/Kriging workshop runs from 2-3pm the same day and location. These workshops are open to the university community, as well as outsiders (please email Angela at email@example.com for more information).
Workshop notes and scripts are posted online after each workshop, and serve as a record of what was covered at each workshop. These notes can also be used for self-study. Workshop schedules can also be found online.
Topics covered during the workshops include:
- Spatial data formats
- Spatial data handling
- Spatial data operations
- Static maps
- Interactive maps
- Organization of research projects
- Reproducible research with R
Workshops are run at a beginner level, but previous experience with R is encouraged. Future workshops may delve into R packages for spatial econometrics and regression, such as
spdep. Please join the CSDS mailing list for weekly updates regarding the workshop.