signal (0.7-6)

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Signal Processing.

http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/signal

A set of signal processing functions originally written for 'Matlab' and 'Octave'. Includes filter generation utilities, filtering functions, resampling routines, and visualization of filter models. It also includes interpolation functions.

Maintainer: Uwe Ligges
Author(s): Uwe Ligges [aut, cre] (new maintainer), Tom Short [aut] (port to R), Paul Kienzle [aut] (majority of the original sources), Sarah Schnackenberg [ctb] (various test cases and bug fixes), David Billinghurst [ctb], Hans-Werner Borchers [ctb], Andre Carezia [ctb], Pascal Dupuis [ctb], John W. Eaton [ctb], E. Farhi [ctb], Kai Habel [ctb], Kurt Hornik [ctb], Sebastian Krey [ctb], Bill Lash [ctb], Friedrich Leisch [ctb], Olaf Mersmann [ctb], Paulo Neis [ctb], Jaakko Ruohio [ctb], Julius O. Smith III [ctb], Doug Stewart [ctb], Andreas Weingessel [ctb]

License: GPL-2

Uses: MASS, pracma
Reverse depends: ChemometricsWithR, gem, gemlog, GENEAclassify, hsdar, IQMNMR, MALDIrppa, PEIP, ProTrackR, Rivivc, TDD
Reverse suggests: biosignalEMG, ChemometricsWithR, ChemoSpec, GGIR, kitagawa, seewave

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