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Contributed R Packages
Below is a list of all packages provided by project LIM.
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Packages
LIM  Linear Inverse Model Examples and Solution Methods  
Functions that read and solve linear inverse problems (food web problems, linear programming problems). These problems find solutions to linear or quadratic functions: min or max (f(x)), where f(x) = Axb^2 or f(x) = sum(ai*xi) subject to equality constraints Ex=f and inequality constraints Gx>=h.  
Version: 1.4.7  Last change: 20220512 11:30:15+02  Rev.: 64  
Download: (.tar.gz)  (.zip)  Build status: Current  Stable Release: Get LIM 1.4.7 from CRAN  
R install command:
install.packages("LIM", repos="http://RForge.Rproject.org")  

NetIndices  Estimating Network Indices, Including Trophic Structure of Foodwebs in R  
Given a network (e.g. a food web), estimates several network indices. These include: Ascendency network indices, Direct and indirect dependencies, Effective measures, Environ network indices, General network indices, Pathway analysis, Network uncertainty indices and constraint efficiencies and the trophic level and omnivory indices of food webs.  
Version: 1.4.4.1  Last change: 20220512 11:29:33+02  Rev.: 63  
Download: (.tar.gz)  (.zip)  Build status: Current  Stable Release: Get NetIndices 1.4.4.1 from CRAN  
R install command:
install.packages("NetIndices", repos="http://RForge.Rproject.org")  

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