SiZer: SiZer: Significant Zero Crossings

Calculates and plots the SiZer map for scatterplot data. A SiZer map is a way of examining when the p-th derivative of a scatterplot-smoother is significantly negative, possibly zero or significantly positive across a range of smoothing bandwidths.

AuthorDerek Sonderegger <derek.sonderegger@gmail.com>
Date of publication2012-10-29 08:57:41
MaintainerDerek Sonderegger <derek.sonderegger@gmail.com>
LicenseGPL (>= 2)
Version0.1-4
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