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Use LaTeX Expressions in Plots

Parses and converts LaTeX math formulas to R's plotmath expressions, used to enter mathematical formulas and symbols to be rendered as text, axis labels, etc. throughout R's plotting system.

Simulation and Inference for Stochastic Differential Equations

Companion package to the book Simulation and Inference for Stochastic Differential Equations With R Examples, ISBN 978-0-387-75838-1, Springer, NY.

Coarsened Exact Matching

Implementation of the Coarsened Exact Matching algorithm.

Nash Optimal Party Positions

Estimation of party/candidate ideological positions that correspond to a Nash equilibrium along a one-dimensional space.

R Commander

A platform-independent basic-statistics GUI (graphical user interface) for R, based on the tcltk package.

Estimate Procedure in Case of First Order Autocorrelation

Solve first order autocorrelation problems using an iterative method. This procedure estimates both autocorrelation and beta coefficients recursively until we reach the convergence (8th decimal as default). The residuals are computed after estimating Beta using EGLS approach and Rho is estimated using the previous residuals.

Libreria Del Laboratorio Di Statistica Con R

Insieme di funzioni di supporto al volume "Laboratorio di Statistica con R", Iacus-Masarotto, MacGraw-Hill Italia, 2006. This package contains sets of functions defined in "Laboratorio di Statistica con R", Iacus-Masarotto, MacGraw-Hill Italia, 2006. Function names and docs are in italian as well.

Conversion of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectrum in audio file

This package is a collection of function for converting and modifying mono dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance spectra.

A Gene-signatures finder tools

A tool for finding an ensemble gene-signature by a steepest ascending algorithm partially supervised by survival time data.

Automated measure-based classification for flint tools

TIPOM is based on a methodology that was developed in the 1960s by Bernardino Bagolini. The basic idea is to use the three simple dimensions of length, width and thickness of each lithic artefact to classify them in discrete groups and infer their function.