Accessing OpenStreetMap data with R

Recently I created a map of the distribution of gas stations and electric charging stations in Europe. How can you obtain this data? Well, in this case I used points of interest (POIs) from the database of *Open Street Maps* (OSM). Obviously OSM not only contains the streets and highways, but also information that can be useful when we use a map such as locations of hospitals or gas stations.

The use of climate databases netCDF with array structure in the environment of R

A practical introduction in the use of netCDF in the environment of R Spatio-temporal data is currently key to many disciplines, especially to climatology and meteorology. A widespread format is netCDF allowing a multidimensional structure and an …