wql (0.4.9)

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Exploring Water Quality Monitoring Data.

https://github.com/jsta/wql
http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/wql

Functions to assist in the processing and exploration of data from environmental monitoring programs. The package name stands for "water quality" and reflects the original focus on time series data for physical and chemical properties of water, as well as the biota. Intended for programs that sample approximately monthly, quarterly or annually at discrete stations, a feature of many legacy data sets. Most of the functions should be useful for analysis of similar-frequency time series regardless of the subject matter.

Maintainer: Joseph Stachelek
Author(s): Alan Jassby [aut], James Cloern [ctb], Joseph Stachelek [ctb, cre]

License: GPL-2

Uses: ggplot2, reshape2, zoo, knitr, rmarkdown

Released almost 2 years ago.


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