read.bnd

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Read Geographical Information in Boundary Format

Reads the geographical information provided in a file in boundary format (see Ch. 5 of the BayesX Reference Manual) and stores it in a map object.

Keywords
spatial
Usage
read.bnd(file, sorted=FALSE)
Value

Returns a list of polygons that form the map. Additional attributes aresurroundingParallel list where for each polygon, the name of a possible surrounding region is saved.height2widthRatio between height and width of the map. Allows customised drawing and storage in files by specifying the appropriate height and width.classIndicates whether the map is stored in boundary format (bnd) or graph format (gra). Maps returned by read.bnd are of class bnd

References

BayesX Reference Manual. Available from http://www.stat.uni-muenchen.de/~bayesx/

See Also

write.bnd,drawmap,read.gra,write.gra

Aliases
Examples
germany <- read.bnd(system.file("examples/germany.bnd", package="BayesX"))
drawmap(map=germany)
attributes(germany)

germany <- read.bnd(system.file("examples/germany2001.bnd", package="BayesX"))
drawmap(map=germany)
attributes(germany)
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