Ecological Inference by Linear Programming under Homogeneity

Provides a bunch of algorithms based on linear programming for estimating, under the homogeneity hypothesis, RxC ecological contingency tables (or vote transition matrices) using exclusively aggregate data (from voting units). References: Romero, Pavía, Martín and Romero (2020) . Pavía and Romero (2021a) . Pavía and Romero (2021b) Symmetry estimating R×C vote transfer matrices from aggregate data.


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install.packages("lphom")

0.3.0-14 by Jose M. Pavía, a month ago


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


Authors: Jose M. Pavía [aut, cre] , Rafael Romero [aut]


Documentation:   PDF Manual  


EPL | file LICENSE license


Imports stats, lpSolve, Rsymphony

Suggests ggplot2, scales


See at CRAN