rsatscan provides a suite of functions that allows you to easily write SaTScan parameter files in the OS, run SaTScan in the OS, and read the output files that SaTScan generates.
The parameter files are constructed in R using the
ss.options function and written
to the OS using the
write.ss.prm function. SaTScan is run using the
satscan function returns a
satscan-class object that has a
slot for every possible file that SaTScan makes, plus one for the parameter file you used
to generate the output.
The package also includes
write.??? functions which will write case, control,
geography, population, etc., files in the format expected by SaTScan, if you happen to have
them (or make them) in R and want to write them into the OS for SaTScan to use.
objects. There are also
plot methods in the
sp package, which
can be used if the
rgdal package and
sp packages are
installed and SaTScan generated a shapefile.
Currently the package works with SaTScan >= 9.2 and has been tested on Windows 7 and Ubuntu 14.04.1. Please contact the author if you find success or trouble on other OSes.
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