linbin: Binning and Plotting of Linearly Referenced Data

Short for 'linear binning', the linbin package provides functions for manipulating, binning, and plotting linearly referenced data. Although developed for data collected on river networks, it can be used with any interval or point data referenced to a 1-dimensional coordinate system. Flexible bin generation and batch processing makes it easy to compute and visualize variables at multiple scales, useful for identifying patterns within and between variables and investigating the influence of scale of observation on data interpretation.

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AuthorEthan Z. Welty [aut, cre], Christian E. Torgersen [ctb] (author support and guidance), Samuel J. Brenkman [ctb] (elwha and quinault datasets), Jeffrey J. Duda [ctb] (elwha dataset), Jonathan B. Armstrong [ctb] (fishmotion dataset)
Date of publication2017-03-14 06:58:29
MaintainerEthan Z. Welty <>

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