[R-sig-Geo] Grouping point clouds into polygons

Els Ducheyne educheyne at avia-gis.be
Thu Jul 14 08:50:05 CEST 2011

I think Thiessens polygons are maybe a solution for your probem
On 14 Jul 2011, at 08:42, Patrick S wrote:

> This is more of a theoretical question than an R-specific question, but does
> anyone have any suggestions for grouping clouds of points into polygons
> representing clusters?
> I have a spatial data set with points for each commercial land use in
> Atlanta along with the square footage. I would like to cluster these, using
> K-means probably, and then I would like to draw polygons around them so that
> all of space is filled. So I don't want alpha hulls, because I don't want
> gaps between polygons. Rather I want the space between the polygons to be
> assigned to the adjacent cluster with the strongest "pull" in terms of
> square footage.
> Any thoughts?
> Patrick Sewell
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