Tools to convert from specific formats to more general forms of spatial data. Using tables to store the actual entities present in spatial data provides far greater flexibility, and the functions here deliberately minimize the level of interpretation applied, leaving that for specific applications. Includes round-trip for 'Spatial' classes and long-form tables, analogous to 'ggplot2::fortify'.
|Author||Michael D. Sumner [aut, cre]|
|Date of publication||2016-10-06 13:06:14|
|Maintainer||Michael D. Sumner <email@example.com>|
holey: Multi-part, multi-holed, neighbouring, not completely...
map_table: A decomposition of 'vector' map data structures to tables.
mpoint1: MultiPointsDataFrame data set
semap: "South-east" map data.
sp: Convert from dplyr tbl form to Spatial*DataFrame.
spbabel-package: Convert between different types of spatial objects.
sp-methods: sp methods
sptable: Convert from sp package 'Spatial' classes to a table.
track: Multi-object track with x, y, z, and time.