How to divide a country

with the SKEMA Quantum Studio framework

Anne Sophie Gill https://www.skemagloballab.io/gillAnneSophie.html (SKEMA Global Lab in AI)https://skemagloballab.io , Thierry Warin https://www.nuance-r.com/principalInvestigator.html (SKEMA Business School (Raleigh, NC))https://www.skemagloballab.io
01-28-2020

Using the SKEMA Quantum Studio(Warin 2019) framework, we are going to teach you how to divide a country into smaller regions.

Load the following package


library(raster)

Retrieve data to create map of level 0 (Country)


Canada <- getData('GADM', country="CAN", level=0) 
plot(Canada)

Retrieve data to create map of level 1 (Provinces)


Canada <- getData('GADM', country="CAN", level=1) 
plot(Canada)

Retrieve data to create map of level 2 (Urban Division)


Canada <- getData('GADM', country="CAN", level=2) 
plot(Canada)


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Warin, Thierry. 2019. “SKEMA Quantum Studio: A Technological Framework for Data Science in Higher Education.” https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.8204195.v2.

Citation

For attribution, please cite this work as

Gill & Warin (2020, Jan. 28). Blog: How to divide a country. Retrieved from https://blog.skemagloballab.io/posts/2020-01-28-canQc/

BibTeX citation

@misc{gill2020how,
  author = {Gill, Anne Sophie and Warin, Thierry},
  title = {Blog: How to divide a country},
  url = {https://blog.skemagloballab.io/posts/2020-01-28-canQc/},
  year = {2020}
}