I suggest you simplify your computing task by making this into three
1. get copies of the shapefiles on your computer. Do this outside of R.
Since this has two parts, i.e., downloading and unzipping, it will be
easier at first to do it outside of r. Then later you can figure out how
to do it using R if necessary.
2. figure out how to load shapefiles into R (the key package is rgdal)
3. figure out how to reshape a shapefile in R (I don't know what you mean
by reshape a shape file).
For steps 2 and 3, ask further questions on r-sig-geo
Are you aware that a "shapefile" is actually several files, all with the
same prefix but different suffixes? I'd suggest putting them in a
subdirectory of your working directory.
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On 10/17/16, 8:42 AM, "R-help on behalf of g.maub...@weinwolf.de"
<r-help-boun...@r-project.org on behalf of g.maub...@weinwolf.de> wrote:
>I need to reshape an ESRI shape file: http://arnulf.us/PLZ and resp
>I found an instruction for T-SQL Server:
>How can I do this using R?
>-- cut --
>Here's my code so far:
> url = "http://www.metaspatial.net/download/plz.tar.gz",
> destfile = "C:/temp/plz.tar.gz")
>untar(tarfile = "C:/temp/plz.tar.gz",
> exdir = "C:/temp",
> compressed = "gzip")
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