If you work with geospatial data and open source code, you have probably been hacking your way through the internet, youtube, stackexchange etc. to find good tutorials with clear well-written examples.

This is it.
Dr. Endsley does an excellent job of setting up the problems he is dealing with, the writing is clear but not condescending. His examples and the code that accompany them are elegant and they work (for the examples I have tried).

I include a link to one of the first blog posts I read through completely.
I hope you enjoy it as I did. I would be particularly interested in conducting a similar analyis in the Bahamas… If only we had the data available in an open access format.
Tell me if you find another one of his posts particularly interesting.

http://karthur.org/2017/visual-tool-for-analyzing-trends-in-r.html

Ancilleno Davis, AA; BSc; MSc
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