[R-sig-Geo] Mapping Pacific centered map for Spatial analysis

Micha Silver t@v|b@r @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Sun Mar 13 09:45:35 CET 2022

On 13/03/2022 01:41, sownal chand wrote:
> Hello Sir/Madam,
> I am Sownal Chand, from Fiji Islands and am currently working on a project
> which involves spatial analysis of climate data (Temperature, rainfall,
> etc). I have been able to write codes in R for Point interpolations of
> these parameters but I require some assistance in mapping these raster
> files on the southwest pacific maps. For example, a map of Fiji Islands  (
> https://www.pinterest.com/pin/740982944911004875 ) and I am facing some
> difficulties in making these plots.
> I hope that some expert would be willing to help me with this and the map's
> CRS setting is a bit confusing and I am a beginner in this area ( i. e,
> spatial analysis using R). I have been looking at tutorials and codes to

There are tons of online resources. You could, for example, refer to:


> crop country boundaries and shapefiles and still found lots of errors in my
> codes.

You have raised a few different questions. Would you mind to post what 
you have done so far, and point out the errors and difficulties?

> Hoping to find solutions to my problems and learn from this.
> yours sincerely
> sownalc
> Contact: sownalchand using gmail.com
> PH +679 2960779
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Micha Silver
Ben Gurion Univ.
Sde Boker, Remote Sensing Lab
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