I was very excited yesterday when I found out how to save some time by using R instead of doing manual re-formatting in Excel. I had to prepare a groundwater chemistry dataset for upload to Jupiter database, which included both reformatting and adding some standard codes to the table. The reformatting part was the one [...]
In this post you can find a list with groundwater- and health-relevant AGU 2017 sessions. You can also witness my near-frustration with choosing appropriate session for my research.
Today’s procrastination was learning how to divide a picture in color segments in R. I followed this awesome post by Ryan Walker on Color Quantization (original) and used one of the stormy pictures from Dubois from last post. Color quantization, according to wiki, is reducing the number of distinct colors in an image. So, basically in order to […]
I have been trying to use R for about a month now and there are days when I feel good about it and other days when I hate it. What I am experiencing now is comparable to learning a new language, I guess... So, a week ago, after realizing how unstructured my knowledge is, I signed-up [...]
Since I came to Denmark five years ago, I have been using GIS and the maps produced by the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS) on a daily basis. Most of the times, though, I got the shape files either directly from someone working in GEUS, or from someone in university, who got them […]