I was invited to co-present on the topic of Recent changes in R spatial at the Why R conference which, like many other events, has moved on-line.
Event link: meetup.
In place of a planned MUSA Masterclass talk in person, a remote lecture was scheduled via the wonders of new digital technologies, on transport data science.
Although not as in-depth as the MUSA Masterclass talk, which has been postponed until April 2021 due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, this talk will give a high-level overview of some of the topics that I will talk about, based on a case study from Leeds, UK, the home of the Institute for Transport Studies.
Keynote talk at SatRdays Newcastle Geocomputation with R: Reproducible Geo* workflows, from getting data to making maps This talk will introduce Geocomputation with R, a new book on R for geographic data.
Keynote lecture for the Northwest Universities R Day, Manchester In this, titled Geocomputation with R: Empower yourself with free software and geo* data, I provide an overview of the evolving landscape for working with geographic data using open source, command-line driven software.
Invited lecture in Chile at the Seminario del Transporte a la Movilidad y Accesibilidad (in Spanish) Title: ICTs para la (ciclo)inclusión Slides (in Spanish)
Plenary lecture at the Cycling & Society conference, Bristol Talk on methods for estimating severance in active transport networks.
Slides: Severance, parallels and integration Audio from the talk is available here
This was the finale of a week of research collaboration and teaching at the Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena Institut für Geographie. During the study visit I also worked on Geocomputation with R with fellow co-author Jannes Muenchow and wrote a tutorial on route network analysis in R that can be found at https://github.
Talk at the Geographic Data Science (GDS) Lab in Liverpool.