# Arrays with arbitrary offsets

The following free r packages , r projects , r code , and r examples are used for Arrays with arbitrary offsets. Generalise the starting point of the array index.

The following source code and examples are Genetics ToolboX that are used for genetic association analyses. The current focus is on implementing (either exactly or approximately) regression analyses using summary statistics instead of using subject-specific data.

The following source code and examples are used for Hierarchical Partitioning.

The following source code and examples are used for Time Indexes and Time Indexed Series that are compatible with FAME frequencies.

The following source code and examples are used for Adaptive Kmeans algorithm based on threshold that support two distance metric at the first version: Euclidean distance, Cosine distance.

The following source code and examples are used for Text Analysis Utilities .

The following source code and examples are used to Compute the NPMLE of distribution from doubly censored data, EM algorithm is used to compute the NPMLE of CDF and also the two censoring distributions.

The following source code and examples are used for Model Based Functional Data Analysis that is the package for doing model based functional clustering..

The following source code and examples are used for Fault Tolerant Simple Network of Workstations that supports easy-to-use parallel programming.

The following source code and examples are used for Scale functions for graphics that provide methods for automatically determining breaks and labels for axes and legends.

The following source code and examples are used for Integration of base and grid graphics.

The following source code and examples are used for Ancestry Mapper that assigns genetic ancestry to an individual and studies relationships between local and global populations.

Q–Q plot is a probability plot, which is a graphical method for comparing two probability distributions by plotting their quantiles against each other. The following source code and examples are used for QQ-Norm-Plot that can simulate several lines into the QQ-Norm-Plot under the assumption of Gaussian distribution.

The following source code and examples are used for Parallel Adaptive Wang-Landau algorithm.

The following source code and examples are EM algorithm based method for imputation of missing values in multivariate normal time series.

The following source code and examples are used for handling base64 encoding.

The following package and source code examples are used for Analysis of categorical-variable with missing values.

The following package and source code examples are used for creating TGUI content to enhance classroom teaching supported by TGUI.

The following source code and source code examples are used to implement Self-contained parallel system.

The following source code and source code examples are used for analyzing time-dependent simulation data in which multiple instantaneous or time-lagged relations are assumed.

The following package and source code is about 2-Dimensional Wavelet Packet Spectrum for Texture Analysis.

The following package and source code is about Functions for simple fixed and random effects meta-analysis for two-sample comparisons and cumulative meta-analyses.

The following R package and source code implements various symbol plots, such as bars, profiles, stars, Chernoff faces, color icons, stick figures.

This package and source code validates graphical models using the bootstrap, find the best prediction model using cross validation.

The following package and source code is collection of portable choice dialog widgets.

3D printing is a process of making a three-dimensional solid object of virtually any shape from a digital model. This package is used for visualizing data using a 3D printer Package r2stl converts R data to STL (stereolithography) files that can be used to feed a 3-dimensional printer

This package used to develop a core collection for biological resources like genbanks. A core collection is defined as a sample of accessions that represent, with the lowest possible level of redundancy, the genetic diversity (the richness of gene or genotype categories) of the entire collection.