Manipulate and Map Origin-Destination Data

The aim of 'od' is to provide tools and example datasets for working with origin-destination ('OD') datasets of the type used to describe aggregate urban mobility patterns (Carey et al. 1981) . The package builds on functions for working with 'OD' data in the package 'stplanr', (Lovelace and Ellison 2018) with a focus on computational efficiency and support for the 'sf' class system (Pebesma 2018) . With few dependencies and a simple class system based on data frames, the package is intended to facilitate efficient analysis of 'OD' datasets and to provide a place for developing new functions. The package enables the creation and analysis of geographic entities representing large scale mobility patterns, from daily travel between zones in cities to migration between countries.


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0.3.1 by Robin Lovelace, 6 months ago,

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Authors: Robin Lovelace [aut, cre] , David Cooley [ctb]

Documentation:   PDF Manual  

GPL-3 license

Imports sfheaders, methods

Suggests sf, knitr, rmarkdown, tinytest, covr, lwgeom

Imported by abstr.

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