Ways of plotting map data in R (and python)

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Thanks to Scott Jackson, Daniel Ezra Johnson, David Morris, Michael Shvartzman, and Nathanial Smith for the recommendations and pointers to the packages mentioned below.

References

  1. Jaeger, T. F., Pontillo, D., & Graff, P. (2012). Comment on “Phonemic diversity supports a serial founder effect model of language expansion from Africa”. Science, 335(6072), 1042. doi:10.1126/science.1215107
  2. Jaeger, T. F., Graff, P., Croft, W., & Pontillo, D. (2011). Mixed effect models for genetic and areal dependencies in linguistic typology. Linguistic Typology, 15(2), 281–319. doi:10.1515/LITY.2011.021
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One thought on “Ways of plotting map data in R (and python)

    Mike Shvartsman said:
    March 17, 2014 at 7:46 pm

    Just saw this, thanks for the shout-out. To clarify, leaflet and d3 are separate and rCharts has interfaces to both. I couldn’t figure out how to get rCharts to do maps using d3, though plain d3 will do it so it should be possible if the interface is rich enough.

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