Nima Hejazi's R Toolbox

Miscellaneous R functions developed over the course of statistical research and scientific computing. These include, for example, utilities that supplement the existing idiosyncrasies of the R language, extend existing plotting functionality and aesthetics, provide alternative presentations of matrix decompositions, and extend access to command line tools and systems-level information.

This is the personal R package of Nima Hejazi.

R/nima is an R package that houses miscellaneous functions that are useful to me.

This package is made public for my own convenience, with no guarantees.

This package is considered to be perpetually under development.

  • To install the most recent stable release:

    • from CRAN, use install.packages("nima")
    • from GitHub, use devtools::install_github("nhejazi/nima")
  • To install the development version, use devtools::install_github("nhejazi/nima", ref = "devel")

© 2016 Nima Hejazi

This repository is licensed under the MIT license. See below for details:

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March 21, 2016:

  • The first (working) release of package nima is submitted to CRAN.

Reference manual

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0.4.5 by Nima Hejazi, 16 days ago

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Authors: Nima Hejazi [aut, cre, cph]

Documentation:   PDF Manual  

MIT + file LICENSE license

Imports utils, stats, gtools, survival, gridExtra, assertthat, ProjectTemplate, devtools, ggthemes, ggplot2, scales, plyr, grid

Suggests roxygen2, testthat

See at CRAN