RPyGeo: ArcGIS Geoprocessing in R via Python

Provide access to (virtually any) ArcGIS Geoprocessing tool from within R by running Python geoprocessing scripts without writing Python code or touching ArcGIS. Requires ArcGIS >=9.2, a suitable version of Python (for ArcGIS 9.2: Python 2.4; for ArcGIS 10.0: 2.6), and Windows.

Install the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
AuthorAlexander Brenning
Date of publication2012-10-29 08:57:32
MaintainerAlexander Brenning <brenning@uwaterloo.ca>

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RPyGeo Man page
rpygeo.AreaSolarRadiation.sa Man page
rpygeo.ASCIIToRaster.conversion Man page
rpygeo.Aspect.sa Man page
rpygeo.build.env Man page
rpygeo.Curvature.sa Man page
rpygeo.Delete.management Man page
rpygeo.env Man page
rpygeo.EucDistance.sa Man page
rpygeo.extent.to.character Man page
rpygeo.FlowAccumulation.sa Man page
rpygeo.FlowDirection.sa Man page
rpygeo.FlowLength.sa Man page
rpygeo.geoprocessor Man page
rpygeo.Hillshade.sa Man page
RPyGeo-package Man page
rpygeo.RasterToASCII.conversion Man page
rpygeo.required.extensions Man page
rpygeo.SingleOutputMapAlgebra.sa Man page
rpygeo.Sink.sa Man page
rpygeo.Slope.sa Man page
rpygeo.Viewshed.sa Man page
write.point.shapefile Man page
write.temp.point.shapefile Man page

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