[R-sig-Geo] spatialpoints: each dot represents 100 individuals?
santiago.begueria at csic.es
Mon Apr 25 16:07:48 CEST 2016
I just wrote a little post explaining how to do the bin hex map. It’s really easy.
> El 25 abr 2016, a las 14:26, Kamil Konowalik <konno_kazuma at mailplus.pl> escribió:
> Hi Juta,
> some time ago I came across that approach proposed by Dan Warren on his blog:
> Maybe this will be useful for you as well?
> Santiago this figure looks quite nice. Do you have the R code to generate it? I found the description of that function but I will understand it better if I'll have the example and I didn't used ggplot2 for maps so far.
> Best regards,
> Dnia 25 kwietnia 2016 13:52 Santiago Beguería <santiago.begueria at csic.es> napisał(a):
>> Hi Juta,
>> Do you need to represent the aggregated data as points necessarily? Otherwise, I have used the stat_hexbin representation from ggplot2 for that very purpose, see for instance:
>>> El 25 abr 2016, a las 13:35, Juta Kawalerowicz <juta.kawalerowicz at nuffield.ox.ac.uk> escribió:
>>> I have a dataset with couple of million of points (individuals) and
>>> would like to do some mapping (I have the coordinates of each point)
>>> but given the number of observation I think it may be usuful to plot
>>> dots which represent 100 individuals (of a given group). Does anyone
>>> know a good way to aggregate up spatialpoints? Any suggestions would
>>> be much appreciated!
>>> Best wishes,
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