Simulate real and complex numbers from distributions of their magnitude and arguments. Optionally, the magnitudes and/or arguments may be fixed in almost arbitrary ways. Plot density and distribution functions with automatic selection of suitable regions. Small programming utilities: check if an object is identical to NA, count positional arguments in a call, set intersection of more than two sets, check if an argument is unnamed, compute the graph of S4 classes in packages.
Simulate real and complex numbers from distributions of their magnitude and arguments. Optionally, the magnitudes and/or arguments may be fixed in almost arbitrary ways. Plot density and distribution functions with automatic selection of suitable regions. Small programming utilities: check if an object is identical to NA, count positional arguments in a call, set intersection of more than two sets, check if an argument is unnamed, compute the graph of S4 classes in packages.
The latest stable version is on CRAN.
install_packages("gbutils")
You can install the development version of gbutils
from Github:
library(devtools)
install_github("GeoBosh/gbutils")
deal with a NOTE on CRAN.
new function pseudoInverse()
(moved here from package mixAR).
new examples for converting results of adjacencyOfClasses()
to graph objects
and plotting them.
new function adjacencyOfClasses()
gives the graph of the classes defined in
one or more packages in several ways. It can also give a Wolfram language
expression which can be evaluated in Mathematica, see the help page for
details and examples.
use Rd macro \printExample
from package Rdpack
for some examples in
details section (see adjacencyOfClasses()
).
README.*
.New function missing_arg()
returns TRUE if an element of a pairlist is
missing.
New function plotpdf()
plots probability density and related functions over
automatically selected intervals (based on cdf of qf).
New function cdf2quantile()
numerically computes quantiles of a given cdf.
This is mainly for use by plotpdf()
.
A vignette illustrates plotpdf()
.