Description Usage Arguments Value See Also Examples

*geodistance* calculates distances in miles between a set of observations and a location. Distances are calculated in miles using the great circle formula.
Geographic coordinates must be expressed in latitudes and longitudes.

1 | ```
geodistance(longvar, latvar, lotarget, latarget, dcoor = FALSE)
``` |

`longvar` |
Longitude variable, in degrees. |

`latvar` |
Latitude variable, in degrees. |

`lotarget` |
Target longitude. |

`latarget` |
Target latitude. |

`dcoor` |
If dcoor = T, also calculates the distance east |

`dist` |
A vector with the distance in miles between each data point and the target point. |

`dnorth` |
A vector with the number of miles north of the target point for each data point. |

`deast` |
A vector with the number of miles east of the target point for each data point. |

geodensity

geoshape

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McSpatial documentation built on May 30, 2017, 12:34 a.m.

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