inspectr: Storing, manipulating and analysis spectroscopy and associated data in R.

Stores and eases the manipulation of spectra and associated data, with dedicated classes for spatial and soil-related datasets.

AuthorPierre Roudier <>
Date of publication2014-05-12 03:15:43
MaintainerPierre Roudier <>

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aggregate_spectra: Aggregates spectral and data information

apply_spectra: Apply a function on the spectra of a Spectra* object

australia: Australia spectra library data set

baseline: Baseline correction using the baseline package

big.head: Return the First or Last Part of an Object

continuum_removal: Continuum removal

coordinates: Sets spatial coordinates to create 'SpatialSpectraDataFrame'...

cut: Manipulating the wavelength range of a 'Spectra' object

extract: Extracting and replacing parts of Spectra* objects

features: Retrieves or sets the data slot of a SpectraDataFrame object.

fill_spectra: Fill missing wavelengths of a Spectra* object with a given...

ids: Retrieves or sets the ids of a 'Spectra*' object.

kenstone: Kennard-Stone algorithm for optimal calibration set...

melt_spectra: melt_spectra

mutate: Mutate a Spectra* object by transforming the spectra values,...

nrow: Retrieve dimensions of Spectra* objects

plot.Spectra: Plots an object inheriting from the Spectra class

rbind: Stacking 'Spectra' objects together

separate: Separates a 'Spectra*' object into a calibration and a...

snv: Standard and Robust Normal Variate transformations

SpatialSpectraDataFrame: Constructor for the SpatialSpectraDataFrame class.

Spectra: Constructor for the Spectra class.

Spectra-classes: Spectra* classes

SpectraDataFrame: Constructor for the SpectraDataFrame class.

spectra-methods: Retrieves or sets the spectra of a 'Spectra*' objects.

splice: "Splicing" and interpolation of spectra

split: Split a Spectra* object using factors

subset: Subset SpectraDataFrame object

summary: Summary

wl-methods: Retrieves or sets the wavelengths of a 'Spectra*' object.

wl_units: Wavelengths of Spectra* objects

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