Spatial Inference using Integrated Nested Laplace Approximation

Facilitates spatial modeling using integrated nested Laplace approximation via the INLA package (< http://www.r-inla.org>). Additionally, implements a log Gaussian Cox process likelihood for modeling univariate and spatial point processes based on ecological survey data. See Yuan Yuan, Fabian E. Bachl, Finn Lindgren, David L. Borchers, Janine B. Illian, Stephen T. Buckland, Havard Rue, Tim Gerrodette (2017), .


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The goal of inlabru is to facilitate spatial modeling using integrated nested Laplace approximation via the R-INLA package. Additionally, implements a log Gaussian Cox process likelihood for modeling univariate and spatial point processes based on ecological survey data. See Yuan Yuan, Fabian E. Bachl, Finn Lindgren, David L. Borchers, Janine B. Illian, Stephen T. Buckland, Havard Rue, Tim Gerrodette (2017), arXiv.

Installation

You can install the current CRAN version of inlabru:

install.packages("inlabru")

You can install the latest bugfix release of inlabru from GitHub with:

devtools::install_github("fbachl/inlabru", ref="master")

You can install the development version of inlabru from GitHub with:

# install.packages("devtools")
devtools::install_github("fbachl/inlabru", ref="devel")

Example

This is a basic example which shows you how to solve a common problem:

## basic example code

News

inlabru 2.1.9

  • Remove unused VignetteBuilder entry from DESCRIPTION

inlabru 2.1.8

  • Update default options

  • Prevent int.polygon from integrating outside the mesh domain, and generally more robust integration scheme construction.

  • Fix bru() to like() parameter logic. (Thanks to Peter Vesk for bug example)

inlabru 2.1.7

  • Added a NEWS.md file to track changes to the package.

  • Added inla methods for predict() and generate() that convert inla output into bru objects before calling the bru prediction and posterior sample generator.

  • Added protection for examples requiring optional packages

  • Fix sample.lgcp output formatting, extended CRS support, and more efficient sampling algorithm

  • Avoid dense matrices for effect mapping

inlabru 2.1.4

  • iinla() tracks convergence of both fixed and random effects

inlabru 2.1.3

  • Added matrix geom gg.matrix()

  • Fixed CRAN test issues

Reference manual

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install.packages("inlabru")

2.1.9 by Fabian E. Bachl, 10 months ago


http://www.inlabru.org,


Report a bug at https://github.com/fbachl/inlabru/issues


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


Authors: Fabian E. Bachl [aut, cre] (Fabian Bachl wrote the main code) , Finn Lindgren [aut] , Finn Lindgren wrote code for SPDE posterior plotting , and continued development of the main code) , David L. Borchers [ctb] (David Borchers wrote code for Gorilla data import and sampling , multiplot tool) , Daniel Simpson [ctb] (Daniel Simpson wrote the basic LGCP sampling method) , Lindesay Scott-Howard [ctb] (Lindesay Scott-Howard provied MRSea data import code)


Documentation:   PDF Manual  


GPL (>= 2) license


Imports rgdal, rgeos, utils, Matrix

Depends on sp, stats, methods, ggplot2

Suggests testthat, ggmap, rgl, sphereplot, raster, dplyr, maptools, mgcv, shiny, spatstat, spatstat.data, RColorBrewer, graphics, INLA, knitr, rmarkdown


See at CRAN