2020 Convention session – Terra and Luna: New R packages scalable geospatial data analysis
This session on new R packages scalable geospatial data analysis aired live at the virtual 2020 CGIAR Convention on Big Data in Agriculture.
R is a widely-used programming language and software environment for data science. This session showcases the latest development of a new, much-anticipated R packages, terra, designed to help geospatial data scientists to work with large spatial datasets. The session also covers integration of terra with other packages such as Recocrop and luna to perform spatial predictions and remote sensing data analysis at scale.
- Robert Hijmans: University of California, Davis, Professor
- Anirddha Ghosh: Alliance Bioversity International-CIAT, Agriculture Risk Data Scientist
November 4, 2020