## Recently Published

##### LIDA location - interactive

See here: https://github.com/geocompr/geocompkg/blob/master/courses/2-day-course.Rmd

##### 3d map - mapdeck

For biodar project

##### Accessibility slides

For sspa module

##### Car dependent desire lines in Greater Manchester

Code:
u = "https://github.com/npct/pct-outputs-regional-notR/raw/master/commute/msoa/west-yorkshire/l.geojson"
# u = "/mnt/27bfad9a-3474-4e61-9a43-0156ebc67d67/home/robin/npct/pct-outputs-regional-R/commute/msoa/greater-manchester/l.Rds"
# desire_lines = readRDS(u)
# desire_lines = sf::st_as_sf(desire_lines)
library(dplyr)
library(sf)
desire_lines_all = read_sf(u)
plot(desire_lines_all$geometry)
plot(cw, add = T, col = "green")
desire_lines_1000 = desire_lines %>%
top_n(1000, all)
car_dependent_routes = desire_lines_1000 %>%
mutate(percent_drive = car_driver / all * 100) %>%
filter(rf_dist_km < 3 & rf_dist_km > 1)

##### Car dependence in Leeds

library(sf)
library(tidyverse)
desire_lines = read_sf("https://github.com/npct/pct-outputs-regional-notR/raw/master/commute/msoa/west-yorkshire/l.geojson")
plot(desire_lines)
car_dependent = desire_lines %>%
filter(car_driver / all > 0.5 & rf_dist_km < 3)
mapview::mapview(car_dependent)

##### Cycle to bus stops potential to replace car trips - preliminary estimate for Minnesota

Input data: https://gisdata.mn.gov/dataset/us-mn-state-metc-society-tbi-transit-onboard2016

##### Open tools for investment - Presentation in Parliament

Presentation to the APPWG

##### Cabinet Office Open Innovation Team presentation

On PCT and CyIPT

##### Gantt chart illustration made with vistime

See https://gist.github.com/Robinlovelace/ac4d1050c0446f6a3a4f8c55cfc79286 for reproducible code

##### Global map of coffee production - geocompr book

How to make a map of global coffee production in less than 20 lines of code?
See here for details: http://geocompr.robinlovelace.net/attr.html#vector-attribute-joining

##### Global map of coffee production - geocompr book

How to make a map of global coffee production in less than 20 lines of code?
See here for details: http://geocompr.robinlovelace.net/attr.html#vector-attribute-joining

##### Can Spatial Modelling Save the world?

Talk for Sheffield's White Rose DTC taster event

##### Modelling the uptake of active travel: from infrastructure to behaviour change

Talk delivered at ITS Leeds

##### Isochrone map of time to Manchester airport

Generated with OTP thanks to code and tuition from Marcus Young

##### Computing Skills: Introduction to R

For the ITS Computer Skills course

##### Pedal, Park, Ride

For the TravelHackII

##### Go Dutch? Using open source software (R) to model sustainable transport (cycling)

Talk at UseR Northeast

##### Cycle network Leeds - scenario from CyIPT

Generated by Malcolm Morgan and the CyIPT team at the University of Leeds

##### Implementing spatial interaction models: from prototype to globally scalable tools

Presented here: http://www.geog.leeds.ac.uk/ectqg17/home.html

##### Assessing the active travel impacts of major transport infrastructure projects

Slides presented at the RSAI conference, Harrogate, 2017-08-24: http://www.rsai-bis.org/

##### Scalable methods for modelling movement patterns

Slides presented at the Dagstuhl summer school

##### Activity-space example

Developed as for the 'team 1' challenge at the Dagstuhl summer school: https://www.dagstuhl.de/en/program/calendar/semhp/?semnr=17282

##### Assessing the Potential for Uptake of Cycling to School: A Case Study of England

Slides for Pecha Kucha session at the International Conference for Transport and Health

##### A global propensity to cycle tool?

Slides for a panel session at the Scientists for Cycling Colloquium, Nijmegen, 2017.

##### PCU estimates for Bristol

To feed into the Cycling Infrastructure Prioritisation Toolkit (CyIPT) project

##### Point pattern analysis of London Cycle Hire points

Based on code for the in-development geocompr book project: https://github.com/Robinlovelace/geocompr/blob/master/work-in-progress/10-point-pattern.Rmd

##### Pubs in Poznan

As part of a course I teach in this wonderful Polish city.
To reproduce this - see the source code here:
https://github.com/Robinlovelace/cs7/blob/master/basic-script.R#L175-L186

##### Quietness of osm lines

In Bristol - thanks to CycleStreets.net and omsdata

##### Isolated TfL cycle docking stations

From the Creating-maps-in-R tutorial

##### OSM cycleways in Bristol

Aim: fill the holes that are on the map but not in our data

##### Overlay of cycle to school potential and cycle to work potential in Leeds

This is the Go Dutch scenario of the Propensity to Cycle Tool

##### Open source software for statistics and transport: a match made in heaven?

Talk for the Royal Statistical Society Bradford - see here for details: https://sites.google.com/site/rssleedsbradford/home/2016_2017_session/transport

##### Norton Canon Tithe example III

With custom tileserver providing default basemap this time (not projected right, I know)

##### Norton Canon Tithe example II

Another example of plotting land-use data with R/leaflet. Reproducible code and data lives here: https://github.com/Robinlovelace/Creating-maps-in-R/blob/master/R/visualise-tithe-map-hereford.R

##### Norton Canon Tithe example

Example illustrating how to create a webmap with R/leaflet

##### Example of webgl using R's leaflet.extras package

Prototyping for the Propensity to Cycle Tool (PCT)

##### Methods for assessing the geographical distribution of cycling potential

Slides presented at the S4C colloquium in Aveiro, Portugal: https://scientistsforcyclingaveiro2016.wordpress.com/program/

##### Open source software for transport planning

UCL Seminar at CASA

##### stplanr: a package for transport planning

Slides presented at eRum 2016

##### Introduction to Spatial Data in R

Slides explaining how R stores spatial data with the sp package

##### Visualising spatial data with R: from base to shiny

Slides to accompany my teaching materials at the first European R Users Meeting (eRum): http://erum.ue.poznan.pl/#schedule

##### Hilly zones in The Netherlands

Administrative zones in Holland with an average gradient over 1%

##### Tools of the trade: adapting 20th century transport models for 21st century challenges

Presentation delivered at the 2016 Cycling and Society conference

##### Basic methods for analysing cycling potential in Seville

Slides presented at the Universidad de Sevilla

##### GIS for Transport Workshop

Presented at the RGS-IBG annual conference

##### Combined Authorities and some LEPS in England

Data from https://data.gov.uk/dataset/combined-authorities-eng-jun-2016-boundaries-generalised-clipped and https://www.gov.uk/government/statistical-data-sets/local-enterprise-partnerships-leps-rural-urban-gis-shapefiles
Code: https://github.com/Robinlovelace/Creating-maps-in-R/commit/5ef4c528c9b4108a4fe9e645d2b02791559041e3

##### The propensity to cycle tool rail stations

Slides for presentation at Seamless Travel event: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/seamless-integration-tickets-25803084721

##### EU Referendum Results Map

Results from referendum, scraped from internet: https://github.com/Robinlovelace/Creating-maps-in-R/blob/master/R/brexit-map.R

##### The case for open source software in transport modelling

Slides presented at the Radical Transport Conference, UCL, 20th June 2016

##### Cycling and transport policy: embedding active travel in every stage of the planning process

Slides for my talk at the Hackney Cycling Conference

##### London % conservative vote

Demo of tmap in interactive mode

##### Intermediate and advanced R for spatial data

Slides linking together content for 2 day course on R for spatial data

##### The propensity to cycle tool: from conception to national deployment

Slides presented at the Cycle City Active conference in Leicester

##### Modelling cycling potential for sustainable transport planning: a case study of the Propensity to Cycle Tool

Slides presented at the University of Cardiff, 4th May 2016. More info - see http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/cplan/events/transport-seminar-series-tools-for-estimating-cycling-potential

##### Modelling and visualising Big Data for active travel: lessons from the PCT

Slides from our presentation at the Obesity Network: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/obesity-network-seminar-data-methods-and-models-tickets-20890637459

##### Data analytics for health

Slides for the health hackathon 2016

##### R for Spatial Data course slides

These slides accompany the 1 day course, An Introduction to R for Spatial Data.

##### Introduction to R and RStudio

Slides for a course teaching R and RStudio.

##### The Propensity to Cycle Tool: Software, design and uses

Slides providing an up-to-date overview of the open source strategic planning tool

##### Route network - cyclists: Leeds

Output from the Propensity to Cycle project

##### The National Propensity to Cycle Tool - Cycling and Society conference

Slides with links from the Cycling in Society conference, Manchester 2015

##### Lancaster to Leeds route

My trip back from GEOSTAT in Lancaster to my home in Leeds

##### PCT: An open online planning tool for sustainable transport

My slides at the GEOSTAT summer school on the Propensity to Cycle Tool

##### Spatial interpolation with R

Testing rtop and pycno packages for transfering data across different boundary shapes

##### Introduction to spatial data with R

Slides from the workshop in FOSS4G-E

##### Introducing stplanr: a vignette

Vignette to accompany the stplanr package, available on github: https://github.com/Robinlovelace/stplanr

##### Percentage of commutes under 2km (Euclidean) by car in English and Welsh Local Authorities

This analysis demonstrates the high level of geographic variability in people's tendency to drive short distances across England and Wales. Across London boroughs, for example, less than 20% of very short commutes are made by car. In car-dominate commuter belts such as Bracknell, and rural areas potentially lacking quality public and active travel infrastructure, cars account for more than half of short journeys to work.

##### Percentage of commutes under 2km (Euclidean) by car in English and Welsh Local Authorities

This analysis demonstrates the high level of geographic variability in people's tendency to drive short distances across England and Wales. Across London boroughs, for example, less than 20% of very short commutes are made by car. In car-dominate commuter belts such as Bracknell, and rural areas potentially lacking quality public and active travel infrastructure, cars account for more than half of short journeys to work.

##### Multipart GeoJSON files in R

Related to https://github.com/Robinlovelace/Creating-maps-in-R

##### Flow data in R

Basic introduction to flow data in R

##### Download LAs and point-pattern analysis

Part of the Creating-maps-in-R tutorial

##### How to load and plot country-level data

Vignette from the Creating-maps-in-R tutorial

##### Popups of France from getData

From the Creating-maps-in-R vignette

##### 5 bicycle accident hotspots in Leeds

Preliminary results of research identifying some of the worst accident hotspots in Leeds for cycling.

##### Clipping and aggregating with gIntersects

Using the power if the g* selection options for clipping and aggregating in R

##### Practical introduction to R

Slides for practical workshop in Girona

##### R for Spatial presentation

Slides to go with the popular tutorial, https://github.com/Robinlovelace/Creating-maps-in-R

##### Shiny for transport applications

Talk delivered at the University of Sydney's Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS), 21st January 2015. This is in support of a workshop on learning shiny I delivered after the talk which is based on the free and open source learning-shiny tutorial I've developed: https://github.com/Robinlovelace/learning-shiny . Audio from the talk has been uploaded here: https://soundcloud.com/robin-lovelace-1/r-and-shiny-for-transport-applications

##### Systematic testing of methods for generating spatial microdata

Presented at the University of Wollongong, 19th Jan, 2015.

##### Lecture 1: Spatial microsimulation with R

Slides for NCRM Short Course in Cambrides, 18th - 19th September 2014

##### RSAI-BIS Presentation

Reproducibility in Regional Science

##### The classification of cycle paths in OSM

Small vignette of the many "ways" cycle paths are classified in Open Street Map (OSM) datasets.

##### Aggregating spatial points to reduce dataset size

Spatial aggregation of points by clusters of high density.

##### Open Street Map: loading, analysing and visualising free maps with R and QGIS

This tutorial discusses Open Street Map in general terms and describes how to analyse raw data using free software. The GitHub repository of this project can be found here https://github.com/Robinlovelace/osm-tutorial

##### Measuring and simplifying spatial datasets in R

Miniature vignette to accompany Spatial Data Visualisation with R, an introductory book chapter on using R as a GIS - see preprint here: https://github.com/geocomPP/sdvwR

##### An introduction to R for visualising spatial data

Slides for an introductory course on using R - https://github.com/Robinlovelace/Creating-maps-in-R

##### Introduction to visualising spatial data in R

This is the updated version of tutorial on spatial data handling and visualisation in R, with a focus on ggplot2 graphics. The project repository can be found here: https://github.com/Robinlovelace/Creating-maps-in-R . This work took place as part of a Short Course funded by the Geo-spatial Data Analysis and Simulation (TALISMAN) node of the National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM), which took place in Leeds, January 24th 2014.

##### Clipping with gIntersects

Supplementary material to the Introduction to visualising spatial data in R tutorial: https://github.com/Robinlovelace/Creating-maps-in-R/blob/master/intro-spatial-rl.pdf

##### A demand-constrained spatial interaction model in R

Showcasing of the creation and analysis of a constrained spatial interaction model in R.

##### Coxcomb plots and 'spiecharts' in R

This was some fun I had trying to replicate Florence Nightingale's "Coxcomb plots" in ggplot and the more complex "spiecharts"

##### Some basic notes about the CO2 emissions of breathing and cycling

Estimates of the CO2 emissions of human respiration, with a focus on cycling.

##### Introduction to Spatial Data and ggplot2

An updated version of this tutorial on rpubs can be found here:
http://rpubs.com/RobinLovelace/11869
The document maintained at https://github.com/Robinlovelace/Creating-maps-in-R. Suggested improvements welcome.

##### Joining and clipping

Joining and clipping spatial data using base R and ggplot 'esque' packages.

##### Background maps in R

Intro to ggmaps, with some background maps

##### Curve fitting: R vs SPSS

Testing of R for curve fitting

##### Demonstration of nls function

This is a basic introduction to the nls function, using a worked example modified from Rossiter's 2009 Curve fitting tuturial.

##### A spatial interaction model of museum visits

Testing of a SI model of visitor flows to museums in R

##### Loading and preliminary analysis of twitter data

Preliminary analysis of twitter data

##### Ratmog 11: Linear Programming

R implementation of Hay, A. M. (1977). Linear Programming: elementary geographical applications of the transportation problem. Geo Abstracts Limited.

##### Evaluating the performance of IPF

Presentation for RSAI-BIS, Cambridge, 2013

##### Comparison of energy costs of commuting in England and the Netherlands

This illustrates code used to compare the energy costs of commuting, calculated in my previous Rpubs uploads.

##### Loading and plotting Dutch commuting data

This script shows how to convert Dutch commuting data into energy costs, following-on from the English data (http://rpubs.com/RobinLovelace/7178 ). The raw data and code for this can be accessed here: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/15008199/egs2stay/energy-nat.zip

##### Loading and plotting english commuting data

Script illustrating how raw commuting data from the Census can be converted into energy costs for regions in England. To reproduce these results in their entirety, please download and extract the 'energy-nat' folder onto your computer and set this as your working directory in R: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/15008199/egs2stay/energy-nat.zip

##### Spatial microsimulation in R: a beginnerâ€™s guide to iterative proportional fitting (IPF)

Practical introduction to the Iterative Proportional Fitting (IPF) algorithm in R.

##### IPFinR a script for IPF in R

Shows an early version of the IPF script. The aim is to make it as generalised as possible; this is a step in that direction.

##### Spatial microsimulation in R

IPF code

##### Choropleth mapping

Examples of chloropleth map plotting based on "long" type destination-origin flow data for Sheffield, using GISTools and ggplot2 packages