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Monthly Archives: May 2011
Zotero comes with a default list of citation styles, and you can download many more (1555 styles last time I checked) from here. Installing is simple, just click on the install button for the desired citation style.
Another nice overview of R resources: http://www.backsidesmack.com/r-resources/. The authors will keep the list updated, so worth bookmarking it. And if you have good suggestions,make sure to leave him a comment.
I was looking today for the most convenient way to download the MODIS landcover data from the LP DAAC. In between the 7! different portals one would expect at least one to be easy, but it was only the 8th … Continue reading
Never realized, but it is possible to register yourself as a GRASS or QGIS user. See this post how to do this.
Importing data layers with a global coverage in GRASS GIS might in some cases result in the error message “G_set_window(): Illegal latitude for North”. For example, I got the message while trying to import the GlobCover 2009 (version 2.3).
I got a question how to create a loop function using the “for” command to process Worldclim layers, all with similar names (e.g. bio1-19, tmin1-12, tmax1-12, prec1-12). The loop would need to repeat for each iteration: adding a column with … Continue reading
I often use filters in my Open/LibreOffice and wanted to know how to create a macro that removes all existing filters. The OpenOffice Wiki tells you how to do this.
Looks interesting, a R package that provides bindings to Spatialite functionalities. Through this bindings one can carry out the spatial functions available in Spatialite from within R using simple SQL statements.