[R] adding a bravais pearson test to spplot

Jeff Newmiller jdnewmil at dcn.davis.CA.us
Wed Apr 15 17:39:08 CEST 2015

I think you did not read my answer very carefully... there is a better mailing list for your question. The rest of my comments were intended to educate you, not chastise you. Mailing lists require careful communication, and you do need to improve on your end or you will have "bad luck" getting help in the lists because few people will guess right about what you really need.

I did fail to put in the reference [1] which is very helpful; I am sorry for that omission.

[1] http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5963269/how-to-make-a-great-r-reproducible-example
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On April 15, 2015 8:04:20 AM PDT, fathalli bilel <bilelfathalli at yahoo.fr> wrote:
>Hi,First : thanks for your answerThis is my first post on the R-help
>forum and I'm not familiar with the way how to should post. I am not
>searching for "an example from scratch" as you said, I am able to build
>my own codes so I'm only looking for tips  : packages, functions that
>can help my issue (help that does not mean a "code" ready for use")I'm
>very polite and I'am shocked by the way your give your answer
>Le Mercredi 15 avril 2015 15h40, Jeff Newmiller
><jdnewmil at dcn.davis.CA.us> a écrit :
>Well, creating an example from scratch to show you how it is done can
>be a lot of work, and depending on your specific data such code can end
>up being wasted work. For this reason the polite thing to do is to
>provide a minimal reproducible example that list readers can use to
>start from. [1]
>Also, you should read the Posting Guide, which warns you that the R
>mailing lists are plain text only, so if you post HTML as you did then
>at best we don't see what you see and at worst it is corrupted. The
>Guide also mentions that there are different lists with different
>topics, and the topic of your question is probably best addressed on
>the R-sig-geo mailing list. It looks nontrivial to me, but there might
>be a canned solution out there.
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>On April 15, 2015 3:15:46 AM PDT, fathalli bilel
><bilelfathalli at yahoo.fr> wrote:
>>Dear all,
>>My name is Bilel and I'am a PhD student from Tunisia working on
>>modelling. My issue today is how to add a Bravais Pearson test as a
>>contour plot to an existing spplot map. Precisely, I have plotted a
>>SpatialPixelsDataFrame of Pearson correlation coefficients between
>>simulated and observed precipitation over the Mediterranean basin
>>spplot and I need to now add a contour line of the statically
>>significant correlation coefficient at 95% CI.I have been vainly
>>for several days to solve this issue, so I really need your help
>>Best regards Bilel 
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