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Contributed R Packages

Below is a list of all packages provided by project Applied Sociological Research with R.

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Packages

ASAtable

Model-output formatter for sociological research.

  Formats table from one or more model objects,data frame etc, not unlike tables found in such journals as the American Journal of Sociology.
  Version: 0.0-1 | Last change: 2014-04-15 17:44:05+02 | Rev.: 175
  Download: linux(.tar.gz) | windows(.zip) | Build status: Current
  R install command: install.packages("ASAtable", repos="http://R-Forge.R-project.org")
 
Logs:  
Package build: Source package (Linux x86_64) Windows binary (x86_64/i386)
Package check: Linux x86_64 (patched) | Linux x86_64 (devel) Windows (patched) | Windows (devel)


ASRR

Applied Sociological Research with R

  Miscellaneous functions for sociological research.
  Version: 0.0-1 | Last change: 2014-05-17 13:07:49+02 | Rev.: 193
  Download: linux(.tar.gz) | windows(.zip) | Build status: Current
  R install command: install.packages("ASRR", repos="http://R-Forge.R-project.org")
 
Logs:  
Package build: Source package (Linux x86_64) Windows binary (x86_64/i386)
Package check: Linux x86_64 (patched) | Linux x86_64 (devel) Windows (patched) | Windows (devel)


QCA3

Yet another package for Qualitative Comparative Analysis

  A set of functions for Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA). It can be used for various types of QCA (csQCA, mvQCA fsQCA and crip set TQCA and time-serious QCA). It has methods for simplifying assumption, contradictory simplifying assumption.
  Version: 0.0-7 | Last change: 2014-04-27 12:26:47+02 | Rev.: 192
  Download: linux(.tar.gz) | windows(.zip) | Build status: Current | Stable Release: Get QCA3 0.0-8 from CRAN
  R install command: install.packages("QCA3", repos="http://R-Forge.R-project.org")
 
Logs:  
Package build: Source package (Linux x86_64) Windows binary (x86_64/i386)
Package check: Linux x86_64 (patched) | Linux x86_64 (devel) Windows (patched) | Windows (devel)


bpm

Basic functions for panel data analysis

  Functions for fixed-effect model, between effect model and GLS random effect model described in Wooldrige(1999), "Introductory Econometrics". This project is no longer under development, please use plm package on CRAN.
  Version: 1.0 | Last change: 2010-03-19 05:07:36+01 | Rev.: 71
  Download: linux(.tar.gz) | windows(.zip) | Build status: Current
  R install command: install.packages("bpm", repos="http://R-Forge.R-project.org")
 
Logs:  
Package build: Source package (Linux x86_64) Windows binary (x86_64/i386)
Package check: Linux x86_64 (patched) | Linux x86_64 (devel) Windows (patched) | Windows (devel)

 

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