Analyze and visualize results of studies performed with the analysis tools in 'JAMES', a modern object-oriented Java framework for discrete optimization using local search metaheuristics (see http://www.jamesframework.org).
The package is available on CRAN. It can be installed with:
To load the package after installation:
data <- readJAMES("path/to/file") the load a JSON file in R that was created using the analysis tools from the JAMES extensions module (in Java). An object of class
james is returned. Run
summary(data) to summarize the results, or
reduceJAMES to manipulate them.
To extract data, the following functions are provided:
To visualize the results, use:
Detailed documentation is provided for each function and can be accessed by typing
?function, as usual. To view the help file for the box plots, type
?boxplot.james (this is an implementation of the S3 method
boxplot from the standard
graphics package for class
Some examples are included in the help files of the available functions. More extensive examples of how to analyze the results will soon be provided at the website.
The JAMES analysis R package is licensed under the MIT License, see http://www.r-project.org/Licenses/MIT. Copyright information is stated in the LICENSE file.
The JAMES framework is developed and maintained by
Please use the forum instead of directly mailing the developers whenever possible, so that others may benefit from or contribute to the discussion as well.
A list of changes is provided in the NEWS file.