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bgunter@4567 @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Mon Jul 9 20:43:49 CEST 2018
1. We generally do not do code for you; we expect you to show your efforts
2. You might want to post this on the r-sig-geo list instead. They
specialize in such issues, so that you are more likely to find helpful
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On Mon, Jul 9, 2018 at 11:03 AM, Dylan Distasio <interzone using gmail.com> wrote:
> You'll probably get a more detailed reply from someone with more expertise,
> but have you looked at something like what this article proposes:
> On Mon, Jul 9, 2018 at 1:53 PM Laura Steel <laura.steel using magd.ox.ac.uk>
> > I am a beginner to R and I need to map some Atlantic puffin migration
> > routes
> > onto a map of the Northern Hemisphere. I have a latitude and longitude
> > point
> > per bird, per day. I would like to be able to plot the routes of all my
> > birds on one map and ideally so that I can see at which date they are at
> > each location.
> > This is a shortened version of my data for one bird only.
> > Bird Date Latitude Longitude
> > eb80976 16/07/2012 50.99 -5.85
> > eb80976 17/07/2012 52.09 -4.58
> > eb80976 18/07/2012 49.72 -5.56
> > eb80976 19/07/2012 51.59 -3.17
> > eb80976 20/07/2012 52.45 -2.03
> > eb80976 21/07/2012 56.015 -10.51
> > Any help would be much appreciated. I am not totally sure where to start!
> > Many thanks.
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