This is the online home of Geocomputation with R, a book on geographic data analysis, visualization and modeling.
Note: The first edition of the book has been published by CRC Press in the R Series. You can buy the book from CRC Press, or Amazon, and see the archived first edition on the open source book platform bookdown.org.
Inspired by bookdown and the Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial (FOSS4G) movement, this book is open source. This ensures its contents are reproducible and publicly accessible for people worldwide.
This version of the book was built on GH Actions on 2021-10-24.
bookdown makes editing a book as easy as editing a wiki, provided you have a GitHub account (sign-up at github.com). Once logged-in to GitHub, click on the ‘Edit this page’ icon in the right panel of the book website. This will take you to an editable version of the the source R Markdown file that generated the page you’re on.
To raise an issue about the book’s content (e.g. code not running) or make a feature request, check-out the issue tracker.
Maintainers and contributors must follow this repository’s CODE OF CONDUCT.
The quickest way to reproduce the contents of the book if you’re new to geographic data in R may be in the web browser, thanks to Binder. Clicking on the link below should open a new window containing RStudio Server in your web browser, enabling you to open chapter files and running code chunks to test that the code is reproducible.
If you see something like the image below, congratulations, it’s worked and you can start exploring Geocomputation with R in a cloud-based environment (while being aware of mybinder.org user guidelines):
install.packages("remotes") remotes::install_github("geocompr/geocompkg") remotes::install_github("nowosad/spData") remotes::install_github("nowosad/spDataLarge") # During development work on the 2nd edition you may also need dev versions of # other packages to build the book, e.g.: remotes::install_github("rspatial/terra") remotes::install_github("mtennekes/tmap")
After installing the book’s dependencies, you should be able to reproduce code chunks in each of the book’s chapters.
If you clone the book’s repo and navigate into the
geocompr folder, you should be able to reproduce the contents with the following command:
See the project’s GitHub repo for details on reproducing the book.
If you find the book useful, please support it by:
- Telling people about it in person
- Communicating about the book in digital media, e.g., via the #geocompr hashtag on Twitter (see our Guestbook at geocompr.github.io) or by letting us know of courses using the book
- Citing or linking-to it
- ‘Starring’ the geocompr GitHub repository
- Reviewing it, e.g., on Amazon or Goodreads
- Asking questions about or making suggestion on the content via GitHub or Twitter.
- Buying a copy
Further details can be found at github.com/Robinlovelace/geocompr.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.