exCon: Interactive Exploration of Contour Data
Version 0.2.1

Interactive tools to explore topographic-like data sets. Such data sets take the form of a matrix in which the rows and columns provide location/frequency information, and the matrix elements contain altitude/response information. Such data is found in cartography, 2D spectroscopy and chemometrics. The functions in this package create interactive web pages showing the contoured data, possibly with slices from the original matrix parallel to each dimension. The interactive behavior is created using the D3.js 'JavaScript' library by Mike Bostock.

AuthorBryan A. Hanson [aut, cre], Kristina R. Mulry [ctb], Mike Bostock [cph, ctb] (author of the d3.js library, http://d3js.org)
Date of publication2017-01-11 09:00:09
MaintainerBryan A. Hanson <hanson@depauw.edu>
LicenseGPL-3
Version0.2.1
URL https://github.com/bryanhanson/exCon
Package repositoryView on CRAN
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("exCon")

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inst
inst/extdata
inst/extdata/exCon2.html
inst/extdata/eC_contours.js
inst/extdata/eC2_main.js
inst/extdata/eC_brushNguides.js
inst/extdata/exCon.html
inst/extdata/eC2_brushNguides.js
inst/extdata/eC_controls.js
inst/extdata/eC_main.js
inst/extdata/eC2_globals.js
inst/extdata/eC2_contours.js
inst/extdata/eC.css
inst/extdata/eC_slices.js
inst/extdata/eC_globals.js
NAMESPACE
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R/exCon-package.R
R/exCon.R
MD5
DESCRIPTION
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man/exCon.Rd
man/exCon-package.Rd
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