Hello R-NOLD, I'm happy to know that there are Filipinos who are an avid R user. Thanks for posting this.Just a question how did you plot the name of the barangays you've searched into that Philippines map? Did you gather also their Longitude and Latitude for their specific location?
I extracted data on Lat & Long from the map itself
Yes, indeed. It's probably time we set up a Manila R users group!(I see there's only one Salvacion barangay in Manila. I hope you're here!)
Yes..I think we can do that but we need to gather significant number of individuals to start with
While I'm not a Filipino, I do live in Los Banos, working at IRRI. I use R for most of my work. I just gave a workshop in Tagaytay last week on using R for data analysis and have another in Chiang Mai, Thailand at the end of this month.I'd be interested in an R users group as well.Some of my work that's on-line right now: http://www.apsnet.org/edcenter/advanced/topics/EcologyAndEpidemiologyInR/Pages/default.aspxcheers!
Hi Adam, I know a lot of person from IRRI. I used to work at UPLB and collaborated with some colleagues at IRRI. In what department you are in? Indeed, I have seen your work and used it as reference before while I was still in Auburn doing research of aflatoxin modeling..
I'm part of the Epidemiology and Crop Health group in PBGB, but do GIS work, so I'm housed in the GIS lab in SSD.Are you also a plant pathologist? Modelling aflatoxins isn't something that I hear many people mention as part of their previous work.
I am an Agronomist/Crop Modeler..In my previous work, we try to model the effect of weather on aflatoxin occurrence in the Southeast..