This package takes data on organism isotopes and fits a Bayesian model to their dietary habits based upon a Gaussian likelihood with a mixture dirichlet-distributed prior on the mean. It also includes SiBER metrics. See siardemo() for an example. Version 4.1.2 contains bug fixes to allow more than isotope numbers other than 2. Version 4.2 fixes a bug that stopped siar working on 64-bit systems. Version 4.2.1 fixes a bug in SIBER routines in Linux distirubutions and now siardensityplot()'s main="my awesome graph" argument works. Version 4.2.2 fixes a bug in SIAR when running it on a single group of data. Version 4.2.4 deprecates mixing model functions and points to new packages MixSIAR and simmr; and deprecates ellipse and hull based approaches pointing to package SIBER.
|Author||Andrew Parnell and Andrew Jackson|
|Maintainer||Andrew Parnell <[email protected]>|
|License||GPL (>= 2)|
|Package repository||View on GitHub|
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