[R-sig-Geo] GRASS and R

G. Allegri giohappy at gmail.com
Sun Oct 5 21:00:02 CEST 2008

I suggest you also the following pages:

A nice plugin from Carson Farmer for QGIS:


2008/10/5 E. Anthon Eff <eaeff at mtsu.edu>:
> Alex, there are a couple of books that would be worth buying:
> Bivand, Roger S., Edzer J. Pebesma, and Virgilio Gómez-Rubio. 2008.
> Applied Spatial Data Analysis with R. 1st ed. Springer.
> Neteler, Markus, and Helena Mitasova. 2007. Open Source GIS: A GRASS GIS
> Approach. 3rd ed. Springer.
> best,
> Anthon
> Alexandre VILLERS wrote:
>> Good afternoon,
>> I started using R because I appreciated all its possibilities and the
>> general idea of Public software. Since I'm also getting involved in
>> spatial analysis, I would like to start using GRASS (with R) for the
>> same reason (fleixibility, updates, etc.).
>> I've been using ArcGis for a while now and so have some knowledge on
>> GIS software but no one in my lab is using GRASS and so I have to
>> start form the beginning. I downloaded some tutorials but for the
>> moment it remains quite dark to me, especially with the GRASS 6.3.0
>> version, for which documentation appears to be scarce.
>> Could someone advise me with a tutorial which would help me with
>> handling GRASS (something like "GRASS for the beginners") and
>> connecting GRASS to R (using spgrass6).
>> Best regards
>> Alex
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