Analyze ForestGEO Data

To help you access, transform, analyze, and visualize ForestGEO data, we developed a collection of R packages (< https://forestgeo.github.io/fgeo/>). This package, in particular, helps you to implement analyses of plot species distributions, topography, demography, and biomass. It also includes a torus translation test to determine habitat associations of tree species as described by Zuleta et al. (2018) . To learn more about ForestGEO visit < http://www.forestgeo.si.edu/>.


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install.packages("fgeo.analyze")

1.1.11 by Mauro Lepore, a month ago


https://github.com/forestgeo/fgeo.analyze


Report a bug at https://github.com/forestgeo/fgeo.analyze/issues


Browse source code at https://github.com/cran/fgeo.analyze


Authors: Mauro Lepore [aut, ctr, cre] , Gabriel Arellano [aut, rev] , Richard Condit [aut] , Matteo Detto [aut] , Kyle Harms [aut] , Suzanne Lao [aut, rev] , KangMin Ngo [rev] , Haley Overstreet [rev] , Sabrina Russo [aut, rev] , Daniel Zuleta [aut, rev] , CTFS-ForestGEO [cph]


Documentation:   PDF Manual  


GPL-3 license


Imports dplyr, fgeo.tool, glue, graphics, lubridate, magrittr, MASS, purrr, rlang, stats, tibble, tidyr, withr

Suggests covr, fgeo.plot, fgeo.x, ggplot2, knitr, measurements, readr, rmarkdown, spelling, testthat


Imported by fgeo.

Suggested by fgeo.plot.


See at CRAN