ptw (1.915)
Parametric Time Warping.
https://github.com/rwehrens/ptw
http://cran.rproject.org/web/packages/ptw
Parametric Time Warping aligns patterns, i.e. it aims to put corresponding features at the same locations. The algorithm searches for an optimal polynomial describing the warping. It is possible to align one sample to a reference, several samples to the same reference, or several samples to several references. One can choose between calculating individual warpings, or one global warping for a set of samples and one reference. Two optimization criteria are implemented: RMS (Root Mean Square error) and WCC (Weighted Cross Correlation). Both warping of peak profiles and of peak lists are supported. A vignette for the latter is contained in the inst/doc directory of the source package  the vignette source can be found on the package github site.
Maintainer:
Ron Wehrens
Author(s): Jan Gerretzen [ctb], Paul Eilers [aut], Hans Wouters [ctb], Tom Bloemberg [aut], Ron Wehrens [aut, cre]
License: GPL (>= 2)
Uses: nloptr
Reverse depends: ChemometricsWithR, RGCxGC, RpeakChrom
Reverse suggests: ChemometricsWithR, spant
Released 6 months ago.
12 previous versions
 ptw_1.913. Released about 2 years ago.
 ptw_1.912. Released about 3 years ago.
 ptw_1.911. Released almost 5 years ago.
 ptw_1.910. Released almost 5 years ago.
 ptw_1.07. Released about 6 years ago.
 ptw_1.06. Released over 6 years ago.
 ptw_1.05. Released over 7 years ago.
 ptw_1.04. Released almost 8 years ago.
 ptw_1.03. Released almost 8 years ago.
 ptw_1.02. Released almost 8 years ago.
 ptw_1.01. Released over 9 years ago.
 ptw_1.00. Released over 10 years ago.
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