2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 10, 2018 11:23 AM by Ankit Patel

    Mapas de Coropleticos

    Erlin Saul Menjivar

      Estoy intentando realizar un mapa coropletico de honduras, pero no me reconoce los municipios con sus respectivas divisiones, y la de departamentos que se genera es muy mala, por lo que necesito saber si hay algún archivo Tableau que me ayude a realizar lo que necesito.

        • 1. Re: Mapas de Coropleticos
          Deepak Rai

          You may download shape file from Here and use

           

          http://www.diva-gis.org/gdata

           

          To use it, Follow this:

          Dual Axis Mapping - Many Ways

          Thanks

          Deepak

          • 2. Re: Mapas de Coropleticos
            Ankit Patel

            Hi Erlin,

             

            You can use a shape file to create this - try GADM and if you search for Honduras - you should get shape files listed below.


            The "geopackage" format is the a very good general spatial data file format (for vector data). It is based on the SpatiaLiteformat, and can be read by software using GDAL/OGR, including R (with the 'sf' package), QGIS and ArcGIS.

             

            A "shapefile" consist of at least four actual files (.shp, .shx, .dbf, .prj). This is an obsolete, but still commonly used format that can be directly used in a lot of software such as ArcGIS and DIVA-GIS, and many other programs.

             

            A "R sp" (.rds) file has a "SpatialPolygonsDataFrame" object as defined in the sp package. It can be used in R. To use it, first load the sp package using library(sp) and then use readRDS("filename.rds") (replacing "filename.rds" with the actual filename). See http://www.rspatial.org/ to learn about using spatial data in R.

             

            A "R sf" (.rds) file has a "sf" object as defined in the sf package. It can be used in R. To use it, first load the sp package using library(sp) and then use readRDS("filename.rds") (replacing "filename.rds" with the actual filename). See http://www.rspatial.org/ to learn about using spatial data in R.

             

            A "Google Earth .kmz" file can be opened in Google Earth.

             

            Hope this helps.