# neighbormatrix

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##### Compute a Neighborhood Matrix from Spatial Polygons

The function takes a SpatialPolygonsDataFrame and computes the neighbor penalty matrix that can be used to fit a Markov random field, e.g., using the smooth constructor smooth.construct.mrf.smooth.spec.

Keywords
models, regression, aplot
##### Usage
## Compute the neighborhood matrix.
neighbormatrix(x, type = c("boundary", "dist", "delaunay", "knear"),
k = 1, id = NULL, nb = FALSE, names = NULL, ...)## Plot neighborhood structure.
plotneighbors(x, add = FALSE, ...)
##### Arguments
x

An object of class "SpatialPolygons" or "SpatialPolygonsDataFrame".

type

Which type of neighborhood structure should be used, "boundary" uses poly2nb, "dist" uses function dnearneigh, "delaunay" uses function tri2nb and option "knear" applies function knn2nb.

k

For type = "knear", specifies number of nearest neighbors.

id

An identifier variable for which the penalty matrix should be computed.

nb

Should only the neighborhood object be returned.

names

Specifies the column where the regions names are provided in the data slot in the "SpatialPolygonsDataFrame"

Should the neighborhood structure be added to an existing plot?

Arguments to be passed to function poly2nb, dnearneigh, tri2nb or knn2nb.

smooth.construct.mrf.smooth.spec, dnearneigh, tri2nb, knn2nb.

##### Aliases
• neighbormatrix
• plotneighbors
##### Examples
# NOT RUN {
data("LondonFire")

## Compute polygon boundary based
## neighborhood matrix.
nm <- neighbormatrix(LondonBoroughs)
print(nm)

## Plot neighborhood structures.
plotneighbors(LondonBoroughs)
plotneighbors(LondonBoroughs, type = "delaunay")
plotneighbors(LondonBoroughs, type = "dist", d1 = 0, d2 = 0.15)
# }

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