An R Package for Calculating Water Vapor Measures from Temperature and Relative Humidity

Vapor pressure, absolute humidity, specific humidity, and mixing ratio are commonly used water vapor measures in meteorology. This R package provides functions for calculating saturation vapor pressure (hPa), partial water vapor pressure (Pa), absolute humidity (kg/m^3), specific humidity (kg/kg), and mixing ratio (kg/kg) from temperature (K) and relative humidity (%).


humidity is an R package for calculating water vapor measures from temperature and relative humidity.

Vapor pressure, absolute humidity, specific humidity, and mixing ratio are commonly used water vapor measures in meteorology. This R package provides functions for calculating saturation vapor pressure (hPa), partial water vapor pressure (Pa), absolute humidity (kg/m^3), specific humidity (kg/kg), and mixing ratio (kg/kg) from temperature (K) and relative humidity (%).

Get the released version from CRAN:

install.packages("humididty")

Or the development version from github:

# install.packages("devtools")
devtools::install_github("caijun/humidity", build_vignettes = TRUE)

To get started with humidity package, view available vignettes in the package:

browseVignettes("humidity")

Bugs and feature requests can be filed to https://github.com/caijun/humidity/issues. Pull requests are also welcome.

News

CHANGES IN humidity VERSION 0.1.1

  • added CITAION, NEWS files

CHANGES IN humidity VERSION 0.1

  • first version of humidity
  • in this NEWS file, #n means the issue number on GitHub, e.g. #1 is https://github.com/caijun/knitr/issues/1

Reference manual

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install.packages("humidity")

0.1.1 by Jun Cai, 10 months ago


https://github.com/caijun/humidity


Report a bug at https://github.com/caijun/humidity/issues


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


Authors: Jun Cai [aut, cre]


Documentation:   PDF Manual  


GPL-3 license


Suggests knitr, rmarkdown


See at CRAN