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GEOSTAT Summer School

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Blangiardo & Cameletti: Spatial and Spatio­‐Temporal Bayesian Models with R‐INLA

Date & time: Thursday 22 September 2016, 09.00-17.00

Objective:  get familiar with spatial and spatio-temporal model with R-INLA.

General description:

In the three lectures we will:

Cesar Martinez Izquierdo: R from gvSIG perspective

Date & time: Wednesday 21 September 2016, 14.00-17.00

Objective: Introducing the gvSIG Desktop GIS software and demonstrate its visualization and geoprocessing capabilities, including the R and Python integration possibilities

General description

Required back-ground knowledge: Familiarity with GIS software and scripting (R and/or Python) is recommended

Software / R packages required: gvSIG 2.3, R and gvSIG R plugin.

Sanz: CARTO tutorial

Date & time: Wednesday 21 September 2016, 09.00-13.30

Objective:  This tutorial wil present both CARTO Builder and Engine so attendants can get a general overview of what can be done with our offering. 

Pebesma: Handling and analyzing spatio-temporal data with R

Date & time: Wednesday 21 September 2016, 09.00-17.00

Objective: Get familiar with Time in R, time series data in R, handling spatial data in R, spatio-temporal data in R.

General description: I will start with a general introduction to spatio-temporal data: fields, entities (objects/events), and trajectories.

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