myFuncs: Colins Usefull functions
Version 0.1-1

Various utility functions

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AuthorColin Millar <millarc@marlab.ac.uk>
Date of publicationNone
MaintainerColin Millar <millarc@marlab.ac.uk>
LicenseGPL (>= 2)
Version0.1-1
URL http://www.r-project.org
Package repositoryView on R-Forge
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("myFuncs", repos="http://R-Forge.R-project.org")

Man pages

bp: Adds Bubbles to a Plot
ci: Hmm what to put.
clearfile: Adds Bubbles to a Plot
cpu: Hmm what to put.
eps: Hmm what to put.
fprintf: Hmm what to put.
getchar: Hmm what to put.
gmt4: Bitterness of White Wines
logit: Univariate Logistic and Inverse Logistic Transformation
myFuncs-package: What the package does (short line) ~~ package title ~~
newline: Hmm what to put.
plotbasemap: Plot a map of Europe
zero.if.null: Hmm what to put.

Functions

bp Man page Source code
ci Man page Source code
clearfile Man page Source code
cov.glm Source code
cpu Man page Source code
end.plot Source code
eps Man page Source code
four.plot Source code
fprintf Man page Source code
getchar Man page Source code
gmt4 Man page
grid.L.box Source code
grid.axis Source code
inv.logit Man page Source code
logit Man page Source code
myFuncs Man page
myFuncs-package Man page
new.plot Source code
newline Man page Source code
onAttach Source code
plot.effects Source code
plotbasemap Man page Source code
polygon.fit Source code
print.myFuncs.version Source code
printf Man page Source code
set.myFuncs.options Source code
single.plot Source code
zero.if.null Man page Source code

Files

data
data/datalist
data/gmt4.RData
R
R/Anders-Map.r
R/myfuncs-orig.r
R/grid-plots.r
R/utils.r
NAMESPACE
DESCRIPTION
man
man/getchar.Rd
man/gmt4.Rd
man/plotbasemap.Rd
man/logit.Rd
man/myFuncs-package.Rd
man/bp.Rd
man/ci.Rd
man/zero.if.null.Rd
man/clearfile.Rd
man/eps.Rd
man/fprintf.Rd
man/newline.Rd
man/cpu.Rd
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