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The latest version of the ppcSpatial package for R is now on CRAN. It performs spatial analysis for exploration of Pakistan Population Census 2017 (http://www.pbscensus.gov.pk/). It uses data from R package PakPC2017.
A video showing some functionality of the package is
The latest version of the VetResearchLMM package for R is now on CRAN. This package provides R Codes and Datasets for Duchateau, L. and Janssen, P. and Rowlands, G. J. (1998). Linear Mixed Models. An Introduction with applications in Veterinary Research. International Livestock Research Institute. The latest version of the package is prepare for new version of lmerTest.
The latest versin 0.1.1 of DiallelAnalysisR is aviable on CRAN. It performs Diallel Analysis with R using Griffing’s and Hayman’s approaches. Four different methods (1: Method-I (Parents + F1’s + reciprocals); 2: Method-II (Parents and one set of F1’s); 3: Method-III (One set of F1’s and reciprocals); 4: Method-IV (One set of F1’s only)) and two methods (1: Fixed Effects Model; 2: Random Effects Model) can be applied using Griffing’s approach.
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The Workspace Data types Vectors Matrices Lists Data Frames Reading/writing data from/to files (Import/Export Data) Connecting to the database Numerical or Graphical Summaries of data. Summarize Data Bar charts and Dot charts ggplot2 package The mpg Data Frame Data Transformation Filter Rows with filter() Comparisons Logical Operators Missing Values Arrange Rows with arrange() Select Columns with select() Add New Variables with mutate() PakPC2017Tehsil Data Frame Scatter Plot dygraphs plotly datatable The Workspace The workspace is your current R working environment and includes any user-defined objects (vectors, matrices, data frames, lists, functions).