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poweRlaw — by Colin Gillespie, a year ago

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.

rtypeform — by Colin Gillespie, 2 months ago

Interface to 'typeform' Results

An R interface to the 'typeform' < https://typeform.com> application program interface. Also provides functions for downloading your results.

benchmarkme — by Colin Gillespie, a year ago

Crowd Sourced System Benchmarks

Benchmark your CPU and compare against other CPUs. Also provides functions for obtaining system specifications, such as RAM, CPU type, and R version.

benchmarkmeData — by Colin Gillespie, a year ago

Data Set for the 'benchmarkme' Package

Crowd sourced benchmarks from running the 'benchmarkme' package.

drat — by Dirk Eddelbuettel, 10 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.

gambin — by Thomas Matthews, 3 months ago

Fit the Gambin Model to Species Abundance Distributions

Fits unimodal and multimodal gambin distributions to species-abundance distributions from ecological data, as in in Matthews et al. (2014) . 'gambin' is short for 'gamma-binomial'. The main function is fit_abundances(), which estimates the 'alpha' parameter(s) of the gambin distribution using maximum likelihood. Functions are also provided to generate the gambin distribution and for calculating likelihood statistics.

autoFRK — by ShengLi Tzeng, 7 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.