Found 73 packages in 0.02 seconds
Tools for Defensive Programming
Tools for defensive programming, inspired by 'purrr' mappers and based on 'rlang'.'attempt' extends and facilitates defensive programming by providing a consistent grammar, and provides a set of easy to use functions for common tests and conditions. 'attempt' only depends on 'rlang', and focuses on speed, so it can be easily integrated in other functions and used in data analysis.
Bindings for the 'Geospatial' Data Abstraction Library
Provides bindings to the 'Geospatial' Data Abstraction Library ('GDAL') (>= 1.11.4) and access to projection/transformation operations from the 'PROJ.4' library. The 'GDAL' and 'PROJ.4' libraries are external to the package, and, when installing the package from source, must be correctly installed first. From 'rgdal' 1.4.1, provision is made for 'PROJ6' accommodation, with 'PROJ6' functionality to follow; from 1.4.1 'rgdal' will build and function when 'PROJ' >= 6. Both 'GDAL' raster and 'OGR' vector map data can be imported into R, and 'GDAL' raster data and 'OGR' vector data exported. Use is made of classes defined in the 'sp' package. Windows and Mac Intel OS X binaries (including 'GDAL', 'PROJ.4' and 'Expat') are provided on 'CRAN'.
Interface to Geometry Engine - Open Source ('GEOS')
Interface to Geometry Engine - Open Source ('GEOS') using the C 'API' for topology operations on geometries. The 'GEOS' library is external to the package, and, when installing the package from source, must be correctly installed first. Windows and Mac Intel OS X binaries are provided on 'CRAN'. ('rgeos' >= 0.5-1): Up to and including 'GEOS' 3.7.1, topological operations succeeded with some invalid geometries for which the same operations fail from and including 'GEOS' 3.7.2. The 'checkValidity=' argument defaults and structure have been changed, from default FALSE to integer default '0L' for 'GEOS' < 3.7.2 (no check), '1L' 'GEOS' >= 3.7.2 (check and warn). A value of '2L' is also provided that may be used, assigned globally using 'set_RGEOS_CheckValidity(2L)', or locally using the 'checkValidity=2L' argument, to attempt zero-width buffer repair if invalid geometries are found. The previous default (FALSE, now '0L') is fastest and used for 'GEOS' < 3.7.2, but will not warn users of possible problems before the failure of topological operations that previously succeeded.
Analysis of Heavy Tailed Distributions
An implementation of maximum likelihood estimators for a variety of heavy tailed distributions, including both the discrete and continuous power law distributions. Additionally, a goodness-of-fit based approach is used to estimate the lower cut-off for the scaling region.
Text Mining using 'dplyr', 'ggplot2', and Other Tidy Tools
Text mining for word processing and sentiment analysis using 'dplyr', 'ggplot2', and other tidy tools.
Bindings to Selected 'liblwgeom' Functions for Simple Features
Access to selected functions found in 'liblwgeom' < https://github.com/postgis/postgis/tree/master/liblwgeom>, the light-weight geometry library used by 'PostGIS' < http://postgis.net/>.
Easy Dockerfile Creation from R
Build a Dockerfile straight from your R session. 'dockerfiler' allows you to create step by step a Dockerfile, and provide convenient tools to wrap R code inside this Dockerfile.
Access the 'languagelayer' API
Improve your text analysis with languagelayer < https://languagelayer.com>, a powerful language detection API.
Tools for Natural Language Processing in French
Tools for Natural Language Processing in French and texts from Marcel Proust's collection "A La Recherche Du Temps Perdu". The novels contained in this collection are "Du cote de chez Swann ", "A l'ombre des jeunes filles en fleurs","Le Cote de Guermantes", "Sodome et Gomorrhe I et II", "La Prisonniere", "Albertine disparue", and "Le Temps retrouve".
A 'Neo4J' Driver
A Modern and Flexible 'Neo4J' Driver, allowing you to query data on a 'Neo4J' server and handle the results in R. It's modern in the sense it provides a driver that can be easily integrated in a data analysis workflow, especially by providing an API working smoothly with other data analysis and graph packages. It's flexible in the way it returns the results, by trying to stay as close as possible to the way 'Neo4J' returns data. That way, you have the control over the way you will compute the results. At the same time, the result is not too complex, so that the "heavy lifting" of data wrangling is not left to the user.