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Spatial R: Migrating from Raster to Terra (#maptimeDavis & D-RUG)

May 31 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Migrate your R scripts using R’s raster package to terra!

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Description

The first generation of r spatial packages (raster, sp, rgdal, rgeos) have gone the way of the dodo, and the second-generation packages (terra, sf, and stars) are here to stay. If you haven’t made the transition from raster to terra, now is the time. And the good news is, it’s probably easier than you think. This
workshop compares the two packages, provides direct function and syntax translations, and links to many resources to answer any further questions you might have.

Learning Objectives

• Get a sense for the functionality of the terra package as a whole.
• Be able to translate existing code from deprecated packages to terra syntax.
• Know where to find more information about terra.

Concepts Covered:

Speaker: Elise Hellwig

Elise Hellwig is a research data scientist at the UC Davis DataLab. She holds a MS in Ecology from UC Davis where she investigated spatial variation in climate impacts on California’s agriculture. Elise is dedicated to bringing rigorous data and statistics practices to new groups, from college students to the CA State government. Her interests include spatial data analysis and visualization, Bayesian regression, and natural language processing.

Location: Seminar Room (room 1025) in the UC Davis PSEL (Physical Sciences & Engineering Library). Zoom details will be emailed upon registration for people wishing to attend online.

Prerequisites: Participants should have previous experience programming in R and understand the basics of spatial data (such as poplar file formats like vector and rater and coordinate reference systems)

Software: Participants should download and install recent versions of R and R Studio.

Details

Date:
May 31
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Organizer

Spatial Sciences Research Cluster
Email:
mmtobias@ucdavis.edu
Website:
http://ds.lib.ucdavis.edu/spatial-sciences/

Venue

Seminar Room at PSEL (room 1025)