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Ohio Chapter of the American Fisheries Society 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Amy Alford
03:43:47
https://geocompr.robinlovelace.net/
Charlie Belinsky
03:57:43
I opened it as an RStudio Project and everything folder-wise was fine
Charlie Belinsky
03:58:04
As Zak just showed...
Mike Booth
03:58:58
https://malco.io/2018/11/05/why-should-i-use-the-here-package-when-i-m-already-using-projects/
Touhue Yang
04:28:50
Just a note you need to install lwgeom package to run the transport_lines
Susanna Harrison
04:29:00
I had to install lwgeom to run that code
Susanna Harrison
04:29:09
sorry to the person I sent that message to privately lol
Kevin Keretz
04:29:33
Had the same problem. Need to install lwgeom
Steven Gratz
04:30:38
All good. Thanks!
Mike Booth
04:43:06
a quick way to preview size/scaling is to work in an RMarkdown script (instead of a standard script), for the chunk, specify ```r {fig.width=#, fig.height=#}, replacing # with your sizes
Eugene Braig
04:57:02
Aye.
Mike Booth
05:21:51
@amy, I haven't used it, but found this: https://esricanada-ce.github.io/r-arcgis-tutorials/3-R-ArcGIS-Scripting.pdf
Mike Booth
05:23:11
interfacing between ESRI folks and all the other options (Qgis, GRASS, Manifold) is always clunky, but it does seem to be getting better!
Amy Alford
05:25:45
Oh, thanks!!
Mike Booth
05:27:17
USGS has a bunch of premade tools in R
Mike Booth
05:27:50
you can also directly load hydrology data from the USGS server
Mike Booth
05:28:39
https://owi.usgs.gov/R/training-curriculum/usgs-packages/
Amy Alford
05:28:46
like the dataRetrieval package is AWESOME
Zak Slagle
05:29:23
zachar.slagle@dnr.ohio.gov
Zak Slagle
05:29:38
zachary.slagle@dnr.ohio.gov
Kaitlen Lang
05:30:06
Thanks Zak for putting this together. This was very helpful!
Lauren Eaton
05:30:12
Thank you Zak this was a great workshop!
Charlie Belinsky
05:30:15
Chat gets saved to your documents folder
Touhue Yang
05:30:17
Thanks a bunch, Zak! This was an awesome workshop!
Kevin Keretz
05:30:20
Thanks Zak! Very informative and definitely something I will reference and use in the very near future.
Amy Alford
05:30:31
Zak, this was great! Thank you! Make it a Markdown!!
Susanna Harrison
05:30:38
Thank you! Cool stuff!
Maddie Tomczak
05:30:40
Thank you, this was great!
Cathy D
05:30:45
This was great! Thanks so much.
Amy Alford
05:30:47
Easy~
Eugene Braig
05:30:52
Thanks, Zak. (I still miss SAS and semicolons.)