driftR (1.1.0)

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Drift Correcting Water Quality Data.


A tidy implementation of equations that correct for instrumental drift in continuous water quality monitoring data. There are many sources of water quality data including private (ex: YSI instruments) and open source (ex: USGS and NDBC), each of which are susceptible to errors/inaccuracies due to drift. This package allows the user to correct their data using one or two standard reference values in a uniform, reproducible way. The equations implemented are from Hasenmueller (2011) .

Maintainer: Andrew Shaughnessy
Author(s): Andrew Shaughnessy [aut, cre], Christopher Prener [aut], Elizabeth Hasenmueller [aut]

License: GPL-3

Uses: dplyr, glue, janitor, lubridate, magrittr, readr, readxl, rlang, stringr, tibble, testthat, knitr, rmarkdown, covr

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