Linear and Nonlinear Methods for Analyzing Dendroclimatological Data

Provides novel dendroclimatological methods, primarily used by the Tree-ring research community. There are two core functions. The first one is daily_response(), which finds the optimal sequence of days that are related to one or more tree-ring proxy records. The second one is compare_methods(), which effectively compares several linear and nonlinear regression algorithms.


dendroTools 1.0.2.

  • Package version is changed to 1.0.2
  • There have been many issues with RWeka package, which depends on rJava. Therefore, functions from RWeka are replaced with other functions. For random forest model we now use randomForest package
  • There are six new output elements, all of them are residual diagnostic plots for calibration, holdout and edge data.
  • Due to many problems related to rJava in R, MT and BMT methods from RWeka are now joined and replaced by cubist function from Cubist r package. Cubist fits a model tree or ensemble of model trees, if committees argument is more than 1.

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1.0.2 by Jernej Jevsenak, 4 months ago

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Authors: Jernej Jevsenak [aut, cre] , Tom Levanic [ctb]

Documentation:   PDF Manual  

GPL-3 license

Imports ggplot2, brnn, reshape2, scales, stats, oce, MLmetrics, dplyr, gridExtra, knitr, magrittr, plotly, randomForest, Cubist

Suggests testthat, dplR, rmarkdown

See at CRAN