Wrap-around Time Series (WATS) plots for interrupted time series designs with seasonal patterns.
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Joseph Lee Rodgers, William Howard Beasley, and Matthew Schuelke (2014). Wrap-around Time Series Plots (WATS Plots) for Interrupted Time Series Designs: Applications to Fertility Rates and the Oklahoma City Bombing. Multivariate Behavioral Research.
Keywords: time series, interrupted time series design, group differences, graphical analysis, circular data, H-spread
When the Wats package is installed on your local machine, the
Reproduce.R script starts with our initial datasets (ie, the vital statistics birth counts and the US Census population estimates) to create the derivative datasets and resulting graphs and analysis.
The following directories are not part of the standard R package:
Datasets: CSV versions of the *.rda data.frames officially included in the package.
DocumentationForDevelopers: Notes and links that should help package developers set up on their computer. Typical package users won't have a need for this.
PublicationGraphs: A deprecated location that contains loose graphs of older versions of the manuscript.
Playgrounds: R snippets to help developers experiment with potential new features.
UtilityScripts: R scripts that aren't incorpated into the package. They help automate certain tasks, or document how parts of the package were created.
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The released CRAN version of Wats can be installed through R with.
The latest development version of Wats can be installed from GitHub after installing the
ggplot2::geom_vline, Wats used the parameter
x, instead of the correct
Changes: *Updated to newer CRAN policies
AnnotateData()properly accepts the
centerFunctionparameter, and doesn't revert to
median. Thanks Mark Joseph Lachowicz (email@example.com). GitHub Issue #2.