Connecting R to the Sensor Web

@inproceedings{Nst2011ConnectingRT,
  title={Connecting R to the Sensor Web},
  author={Daniel N{\"u}st and Christoph Stasch and Edzer J. Pebesma},
  booktitle={AGILE Conf.},
  year={2011}
}
data exchange and reproducibility are increasingly important for modern scientific research. [] Key Method We show how sos4R can bridge the gap between two communities in science: spatial statistical analysis and visualization on one side and the Sensor Web community on the other. sos4R enables R users to integrate (near real-time) sensor observations directly into R. Finally, we evaluate the functionality of sos4R. The software encapsulates the service's complexity with typical R function calls in a common…

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