Edit, Run and Evaluate APSIM Simulations Easily Using R

The Agricultural Production Systems sIMulator (APSIM) is a widely used simulator of agricultural systems. This package includes functions to create, edit and run APSIM simulations from R. It also includes functions to visualize the results of an APSIM simulation and perform sensitivity/uncertainty analysis of APSIM either via functions in the sensitivity package or by novel emulator-based functions. For more on APSIM including download instructions go to \url{www.apsim.info}.


apsimr version 1.2

Minor Changes -

  • In the "plot()" function, the argument "y" is more forgiving and a list of available variables is printed if the requested one doesn't exist.
  • Next generation APSIM simulations can now be run using the "apsim()" function.

apsimr version 1.1

Bug Fixes -

  • A bug in "edit_apsim" that happens when "overwrite=TRUE" has been fixed.

Minor Changes -

  • Multiple output files per APSIM simulation are now allowed and treated appropriately.

apsimr version 1.0

New Features -

  • The 'apsim_emul_sa' function has been added. This function uses either a single, or several generalized additive models to emulate APSIM then compute sensitivity indices.

Minor Changes -

  • New naming conventions have been adopted.
  • The vignette has been updated.

apsimr version 0.2

New Features -

  • The 'apsim_vector' function has been added. This function is compatible with the sensitivity package. This allows for a easy sensitivity/uncertainty analysis of APSIM with minimal overhead.

apsimr version 0.1

  • First CRAN release

Reference manual

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1.2 by Bryan Stanfill, 5 years ago

Report a bug at https://github.com/stanfill/apsimr/issues

Browse source code at https://github.com/cran/apsimr

Authors: Bryan Stanfill

Documentation:   PDF Manual  

GPL (>= 3) license

Imports lubridate, reshape2, MASS, mgcv

Depends on ggplot2, XML

Suggests knitr

See at CRAN