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'RStudio' Addins to Simplify 'Markdown' Writing
An 'RStudio' addin providing shortcuts for writing in 'Markdown'. This package provides a series of functions that allow the user to be more efficient when using 'Markdown'. For example, you can select a word, and put it in bold or in italics, or change the alignment of elements inside you Rmd. The idea is to map all the functionalities from 'remedy' on keyboard shortcuts, so that it provides an interface close to what you can find in any other text editor.
Access Pinterest API
Get information (boards, pins and users) from the Pinterest < http://www.pinterest.com> API.
Simulation of Evolutionary and Epidemiological Dynamics
Suite of functions for the simulation, visualisation and analysis of bacterial evolution within- and between-host.
Spatial Analysis and Data Mining for Field Ecologists
Set of tools for reading, writing and transforming spatial and seasonal data in ecology, model selection and specific statistical tests. It includes functions to discretize polylines into regular point intervals, link observations to those points, compute geographical coordinates at regular intervals between waypoints, read subsets of big rasters, compute zonal statistics or table of categories within polygons or circular buffers from raster. The package also provides miscellaneous functions for model selection, spatial statistics, geometries, writing data.frame with Chinese characters, and some other functions for field ecologists.
Spatial Temporal Analysis of Moving Polygons
Perform spatial temporal analysis of moving polygons; a longstanding analysis problem in Geographic Information Systems. Facilitates directional analysis, shape analysis, and some other simple functionality for examining spatial-temporal patterns of moving polygons.
Functions to Support the ICES Transparent Assessment Framework
Functions to support the ICES Transparent Assessment Framework < http://taf.ices.dk> to organize data, methods, and results used in ICES assessments. ICES is an organization facilitating international collaboration in marine science.
Gillespie's Stochastic Simulation Algorithm (SSA)
GillespieSSA provides a simple to use, intuitive, and extensible interface to several stochastic simulation algorithms for generating simulated trajectories of finite population continuous-time model. Currently it implements Gillespie's exact stochastic simulation algorithm (Direct method) and several approximate methods (Explicit tau-leap, Binomial tau-leap, and Optimized tau-leap). The package also contains a library of template models that can be run as demo models and can easily be customized and extended. Currently the following models are included, decaying-dimerization reaction set, linear chain system, logistic growth model, Lotka predator-prey model, Rosenzweig-MacArthur predator-prey model, Kermack-McKendrick SIR model, and a metapopulation SIRS model.
'Drat' R Archive Template
Creation and use of R Repositories via helper functions to insert packages into a repository, and to add repository information to the current R session. Two primary types of repositories are support: gh-pages at GitHub, as well as local repositories on either the same machine or a local network. Drat is a recursive acronym: Drat R Archive Template.
Functions Related to ICES Advice
A collection of functions that facilitate computational steps related to advice for fisheries management, according to ICES guidelines. These include methods for calculating reference points and model diagnostics.
Find, Characterize, and Explore Extreme Events in Climate Projections
Inputs a directory of climate projection files and, for each, identifies and characterizes heat waves for specified study locations. The definition used to identify heat waves can be customized. Heat wave characterizations include several metrics of heat wave length, intensity, and timing in the year. The heat waves that are identified can be explored using a function to apply user-created functions across all generated heat wave files.This work was supported in part by grants from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (R00ES022631), the National Science Foundation (1331399), and the Colorado State University Vice President for Research.