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Area of Resilience to Stress Event.

A method for quantifying resilience after a stress event. A set of functions calculate the area of resilience that is created by the departure of baseline 'y' (i.e., robustness) and the time taken 'x' to return to baseline (i.e., rapidity) after a stress event using the Cartesian coordinates of the data. This package has the capability to calculate areas of resilience, growth, and cases in which resilience is not achieved (e.g., diminished performance without return to baseline).

Maintainer: Nathaniel Ratcliff
Author(s): Nathaniel Ratcliff [aut, cre], Devika Nair [aut], Joshua Goldstein [aut], Teja Pristavec [ctb], Aaron Schroeder [ctb], Jon Spring [ctb]

License: MIT + file LICENSE

Uses: dplyr, pracma

Released 11 months ago.



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