Geometrical Functionality of the 'spatstat' Family

Defines types of spatial data such as point patterns, mainly in two dimensions, but also in higher dimensions. Provides class support, and functions for geometrical operations on spatial data, used in the 'spatstat' family of packages. Excludes spatial data on a linear network, which are covered by the separate package 'spatstat.linnet'.


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2.2-2 by Adrian Baddeley, 3 months ago

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Authors: Adrian Baddeley [aut, cre] , Rolf Turner [aut] , Ege Rubak [aut] , Tilman Davies [ctb] , Ute Hahn [ctb] , Abdollah Jalilian [ctb] , Sebastian Meyer [ctb] , Suman Rakshit [ctb] , Dominic Schuhmacher [ctb] , Rasmus Waagepetersen [ctb]

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GPL (>= 2) license

Imports spatstat.utils, deldir, polyclip

Depends on, stats, graphics, grDevices, utils, methods

Suggests spatstat.core, spatstat.linnet, maptools, spatial, fftwtools, spatstat

Imported by AROC, Biolinv, CalSim, DRHotNet, ENMTools, ETAS, Ecume, GmAMisc, IDSpatialStats, MetaLandSim, MtreeRing, NLMR, RImageJROI, ROCnReg, SDALGCP, SIBER, SPUTNIK, Seurat, SpNetPrep, SpatEntropy, SpatialVx, TCIU, ads, biosurvey, colordistance, ecespa, expp, foster, geonet, gfilmm, gfilogisreg, graph4lg, hht, highriskzone, idar, imcExperiment, lgcp, lqr, movecost, onpoint, osmplotr, rcarbon, replicatedpp2w, rgeoprofile, sbw, selectspm, shar, smacpod, spacejamr, sparr, spatialEco, spatialTIME, spatsurv, stlnpp, stpp, surveillance, swfscMisc, tabularaster, treetop, trip, ttbary, utilityFunctionTools.

Depended on by dbmss, dixon, envi, gateR, globalKinhom, lacunaritycovariance, latticeDensity, overlapptest, spagmix, sparrpowR, spatstat, spatstat.Knet, spatstat.core, spatstat.gui, spatstat.linnet, spatstat.local.

Suggested by GET, autoimage, berryFunctions, imager, inlabru, maptools, mobsim, plotKML, polyCub, sf, sfnetworks,, stars, stats19, trajectories.

See at CRAN