[R] Version 0.8.0 of the gregmisc package is now available
Warnes, Gregory R
gregory_r_warnes at groton.pfizer.com
Fri Jan 31 21:53:09 CET 2003
Version 0.8.0 of the gregmisc package is now (or will shortly be) available
on CRAN.
New in this release:
- Enhanced and bug-fixed 'CrossTable' function (contributed by
Marc Schwartz)
- Augmented the 'barplot2' function with an 'add' argument to allow for
the addition of a barplot to an existing graphic. (contributed by
Marc Schwartz)
- Added the 'baloonplot' function which creates a visual 2-way table
containing circles whose area corresponds to the size of the corresponding
measurement.
- Renamed 'contrast.lm' to 'fit.contrast'. This new name is more
descriptive and makes it easier to create and use methods for other
classes, eg lme.
- New contrast.lm function which generates a 'depreciated' warning and
calls fit.contrast.
- Enabled fit.contrast for lme object now that Doug Bates has provided
the necessary support for contrasts in the nlme package. (Thanks Doug!)
Requires the newly released nlme 3.1-37.
- 'make.contrasts' has been augmented to check for too many submitted
contrast rows
- Updated wapply.R to allow specification of evaluation points when
method is 'width' or 'range' using the 'pts' argument.
- Updated wapply.Rd to add 'pts' argument
- Fixed typos, spelling errors, grammatical errors and lack of clarity
in various help pages.
Description of the package:
Package: gregmisc
Description: Misc Functions written/maintained by Gregory R. Warnes
Title: Greg's Miscellaneous Functions
Version: 0.8.0
Date: 2003/01/30
Maintainer: Gregory R. Warnes <Gregory_R_Warnes at groton.pfizer.com>
Author: Gregory R. Warnes. Includes code provided by Ben Bolker,
Bendix Carstensen, Don MacQueen, William Venables, Marc
Schwartz, Ben Bolker, Ian Wilson, and Kjetil Halvorsen
License: GPL (version 2 or later)
Depends: R (>= 1.6.0), MASS, nlme (>= 3.1-37)
Built: R 1.6.1; sparc-sun-solaris2.8; Thu Jan 30 17:13:52 EST 2003
Index:
CrossTable Cross Tabulation with Tests for Factor
Independence
aggregate.table Create 2-Way Table of Summary Statistics
balloonplot Plot a graphical matrix where each cell
contains a dot whose size reflects the relative
magnitude of the corresponding component.
bandplot Plot x-y Points with Locally Smoothed Mean and
Standard Deviation
barplot2 Enhanced Bar Plots
boxplot.n Produce a Boxplot Annotated with the Number of
Observations
ci Compute Confidence Intervals
combinations Enumerate the Combinations or Permutations of
the Elements of a Vector
combine Combine R Objects With a Column Labeling the
Source
contrast.lm Compute and test arbitrary contrasts for
regression objects (Depreciated, use
'fit.contrasts' instead.)
rdirichlet Functions for the Dirichlet Distribution
estimable Compute and test estimable linear functions of
the fitted coefficients (including contrasts)
of regression objects
factorial Compute factorial function
fast.prcomp Efficient computation of principal components
and singular value decompositions.
fit.contrast Compute and test arbitrary contrasts for
regression objects
glh.test Test a General Linear Hypothesis for a
Regression Model
hist2d Compute and Plot a 2-Dimensional Histogram
interleave Interleave Rows of Data Frames or Matrices
lowess Scatter Plot Smoothing
make.contrasts Construct a User-Specified Contrast Matrix
nobs Compute the Number of Non-missing Observations
permute Randomly Permute the Elements of a Vector
plotCI Plot Error Bars
plotmeans Plot Group Means and Confidence Intervals
qqnorm.aov Makes a half or full normal plot for the
effects from an aov model
quantcut Create a Factor Variable Using the Quantiles of
a Continuous Variable
rename.vars Rename variables in a dataframe
reorder Reorder the Levels of a Factor
running Apply a Function Over Adjacent Subsets of a
Vector
space Space points in an x-y plot so they don't
overlap.
undocumented Undocumented functions
wapply Compute the Value of a Function Over a Local
Region Of An X-Y Plot
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