As our package ‘photobiologyInOut’ (versions >= 0.4.15) supports the automatic import of the files returned by the Quick TUV Calculator, we show here how to produce such files, and link to an example showing how to import and plot them in R.
from data to Viz is a new web site related to data analysis and R. Its aim is to make it easier to choose among different types of data visualisations. It looks beautiful, is easy to navigate, includes “trees” displaying a classification of visualizations and multiple individual examples with the corresponding R code. Highly recommended!
To access the website and/or to buy the printed poster visit from Data to Viz.
This update is an attempt to fix a bug preventing the package from loading under OS X and Linux. Not yet tested, as there seem to be additional problems under OS X at least. The remaining problem seems to be related to some component of OmniDriver being incompatible with OS X.
This is an interim patch which will be replaced in due time with a version tested under multiple OSs rather than only under Windows 10.
This package can be downloaded from the repository at this site, not from CRAN. It has system prerequisites described in the online documentation at http://docs.r4photobiology.info/rOmniDriver.
Please raise issues concerning bugs or enhancements to this package through Bitbucket at https://bitbucket.org/aphalo/rOmniDriver/issues