Category Archives: visualisation

mapView: basic interactive viewing of spatial data in R

Working with spatial data in R I find myself quite often in the need to quickly visually check whether a certain analysis has produced reasonable results. There are two ways I usually do this. Either I: (sp)plot the data in … Continue reading

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Update to metvurst

Here's a quick update to metvurst in response to some issues encountered over the last weeks. The most important change is that the strip() function now returns the plot object rather than printing it. This means that we can work … Continue reading

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resizing plot panels to fit data distribution

I am a big fan of lattice/latticeExtra. In fact, nearly all visualisations I have produced so far make use of this great package. The possibilities for customisation are endless and the amount of flexibility it provides is especially valuable for … Continue reading

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visualising diurnal wind climatologies

In this post I want to highlight the second core function of the metvurst repository (https://github.com/tim-salabim/metvurst): The windContours function It is intended to provide a compact overview of the wind field climatology at a location and plots wind direction and … Continue reading

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visualising large amounts of hourly environmental data

It is Sunday, it's raining and I have a few hours to spend before I am invited for lunch at my parents place. Hence, I thought I'd use the time to produce another post. It has been a while since … Continue reading

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