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What the Package Does (Title Case)
Infering large-scale gene networks with C3NET
Infering large-scale gene networks with C3NET
Calculate GEMA tariffs
C5.0 Decision Trees and Rule-Based Models
C5.0 Decision Trees and Rule-Based Models
A Good Title
Statistical Procedures for Agricultural Research
A Breeding Data Access Layer
Connects to biomart version 0.8
Client to Access Breeding Databases Using BrAPI
Breeding API Test Server
Functions for Demoing Breeding API
Tools to Help R Development at CIP
Tools for climate classification
Cropontology Support Tools
Tools for Checking Data Consistency
Tools for Data Analysis
A Good Title
Convenience Functions for Botanists to Create Specimens Indices
Mapping Accidents
Fieldbook Data Collection Forms
Manages a List of Crops
Creates a fieldbook
Fieldbook Global Variables
A Simple Help for Shiny Apps
Manages a List of Plant Materials
Provides convenience Tools for Analysis of Multi-environmental Field Trials
A named Set of Variables
Manages Meta-data of a Breeding Program
Manages Breeding Progam Stage Definitions
Fieldbook Sites
Tools to Help R Development at CIP
Tools for managing and analyzing breeding data of clonal crops
A Good Title
What the package does (short line)
A demo package
Highly Interactive Data Analysis Platform for Plant breeding
Tools for processing molecular data from a Licor sequencer
Summary Charts of Micro-Satellite Profiles for a Set of Biological Samples
A Good Title
A Good Title
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A collection of functions useful for the study of infectious disease dynamics
A holding package for Steven Riley's modelling and analysis code
Simple, Multiple and Joint Correspondence Analysis
Simple, Multiple and Joint Correspondence Analysis
Parallel Analysis for Ordinal and Numeric Data using Polychoric and Pearson Correlations with S3 Classes

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