fgeo.analyze (1.1.11)

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Analyze ForestGEO Data.


To help you access, transform, analyze, and visualize ForestGEO data, we developed a collection of R packages (). This package, in particular, helps you to implement analyses of plot species distributions, topography, demography, and biomass. It also includes a torus translation test to determine habitat associations of tree species as described by Zuleta et al. (2018) . To learn more about ForestGEO visit .

Maintainer: Mauro Lepore
Author(s): Mauro Lepore [aut, ctr, cre] (<https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1986-7988>), Gabriel Arellano [aut, rev], Richard Condit [aut], Matteo Detto [aut], Kyle Harms [aut], Suzanne Lao [aut, rev], KangMin Ngo [rev], Haley Overstreet [rev], Sabrina Russo [aut, rev], Daniel Zuleta [aut, rev], CTFS-ForestGEO [cph]

License: GPL-3

Uses: dplyr, fgeo.tool, glue, lubridate, magrittr, MASS, purrr, rlang, tibble, tidyr, withr, ggplot2, testthat, knitr, rmarkdown, readr, covr, measurements, spelling, fgeo.x, fgeo.plot
Reverse suggests: fgeo.plot

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