Core functions and the data architecture required for prediction and inference of spatiotemporal models: kernal-based lattice models that divide and conquer large space-time modelling and prediction problems. A local space-time operator/filter is used with a global covariate model. It is therefore, an hierarchical model.

To install you need to bootstrap from directly:

  devtools::install_github( "jae0/aegis" )

Then, you need to have an Rprofile set up properly. An example can be seen in aegis/R/project.Rprofile.example.R, or use the following, being careful to define the required R-global variables:

homedir = path.expand("~")
tmpdir = file.path( homedir, "tmp" )
work_root = file.path( homedir, "work" )    ### replace with correct path to work directory (local temporary storage)
code_root = file.path( homedir, "bio" )   ### replace with correct path to the parent directory of your git-projects
data_root = file.path( homedir, "" )   ### replace with correct path to your data

# store your passwords and login here and make sure they are secure
passwords = file.path( homedir, ".passwords" )
if (file.exists(passwords)) source( passwords )

require( aegis )

Thereafter, you can used the bootstrapped environment to install the other basic tools:


If you have a local git clone of the required packages, you can install with:


For usage, examples can be found in*.

jae0/emei documentation built on Sept. 22, 2020, 11:41 p.m.