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drat — by Dirk Eddelbuettel, 2 months ago

'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.

XKCDdata — by Robert Myles McDonnell, 2 years ago

Get XKCD Comic Data

Download data from individual XKCD comics, written by Randall Munroe < https://xkcd.com/>.

bhrcr — by Colin B. Fogarty, 4 months ago

Bayesian Hierarchical Regression on Clearance Rates in the Presence of Lag and Tail Phases

An implementation of the Bayesian Clearance Estimator (Fogarty et al. (2015) ). It takes serial measurements of a response on an individual (e.g., parasite load after treatment) that is decaying over time and performs Bayesian hierarchical regression of the clearance rates on the given covariates. This package provides tools to calculate WWARN PCE (WorldWide Antimalarial Resistance Network's Parasite Clearance Estimator) estimates of the clearance rates as well. A tutorial appeared in Sharifi-Malvajerdi et al. (2019) .

clikcorr — by Yanming Li, 3 years ago

Censoring Data and Likelihood-Based Correlation Estimation

A profile likelihood based method of estimation and inference on the correlation coefficient of bivariate data with different types of censoring and missingness.

autoFRK — by ShengLi Tzeng, 2 months ago

Automatic Fixed Rank Kriging

Automatic fixed rank kriging for (irregularly located) spatial data using a class of basis functions with multi-resolution features and ordered in terms of their resolutions. The model parameters are estimated by maximum likelihood (ML) and the number of basis functions is determined by Akaike's information criterion (AIC). For spatial data with either one realization or independent replicates, the ML estimates and AIC are efficiently computed using their closed-form expressions when no missing value occurs. Details regarding the basis function construction, parameter estimation, and AIC calculation can be found in Tzeng and Huang (2018) . For data with missing values, the ML estimates are obtained using the expectation- maximization algorithm. Apart from the number of basis functions, there are no other tuning parameters, making the method fully automatic. Users can also include a stationary structure in the spatial covariance, which utilizes 'LatticeKrig' package.

adaptivetau — by Philip Johnson, 2 months ago

Tau-Leaping Stochastic Simulation

Implements adaptive tau leaping to approximate the trajectory of a continuous-time stochastic process as described by Cao et al. (2007) The Journal of Chemical Physics (aka. the Gillespie stochastic simulation algorithm). This package is based upon work supported by NSF DBI-0906041 and NIH K99-GM104158 to Philip Johnson and NIH R01-AI049334 to Rustom Antia.

statsr — by Merlise Clyde, a year ago

Companion Package for Statistics with R

Provides functions and datasets to support inference with the open access book "An Introduction to Bayesian Thinking", available online < https://statswithr.github.io/book> and online videos for the "Statistics with R Specialization" < https://www.coursera.org/specializations/statistics>. which includes an introduction to Bayesian inference and decision making for one and two sample credible intervals and hypothesis testing for Gaussian and Binomial data, in addition to frequentist inference using model-based and randomization-based methods. To help with understanding concepts, 'shiny' applications are used to aide visualization of sampling distributions, credible intervals, hypothesis testing, Lindley's and Bartlett's paradoxes. For development versions or to report issues, please visit < https://github.com/StatsWithR/statsr>.

rdhs — by OJ Watson, 2 months ago

API Client and Dataset Management for the Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) Data

Provides a client for (1) querying the DHS API for survey indicators and metadata (< https://api.dhsprogram.com/#/index.html>), (2) identifying surveys and datasets for analysis, (3) downloading survey datasets from the DHS website, (4) loading datasets and associate metadata into R, and (5) extracting variables and combining datasets for pooled analysis.

phylosim — by Botond Sipos, 3 years ago

Flexible Simulations of Biological Sequence Evolution

An extensible object-oriented framework for the Monte Carlo simulation of sequence evolution written in 100 percent R. It is built on the top of the R.oo and ape packages and uses Gillespie's direct method to simulate substitutions, insertions and deletions.

npmlda — by Xin Tian, a year ago

Nonparametric Models for Longitudinal Data

Support the book: Wu CO and Tian X (2018). Nonparametric Models for Longitudinal Data. Chapman & Hall/CRC (to appear); and provide fit for using global and local smoothing methods for the conditional-mean and conditional-distribution based models with longitudinal Data.