For each package the first link refers to the Github repository.
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I made my work a bit easier with those packages.
rtimicropem which reads RTI MicroPEM output files and supports their analysis in R.
watchme where I store a bunch of functions for analysing codes given to autographer pictures.
convertagd in which I packaged the code of a colleague’s for converting .agd files from Actigraph (accelerometers).
eml.tools currently only has one function helping the translation of factors when the data has EML (Ecological Metadata Language) metadata.
surveillance which offers many tools for statistical methods for the modeling and monitoring of time series of counts, proportions and categorical data, as well as for the modeling of continuous-time point processes of epidemic phenomena. I contributed to the monitoring part of the package mainly by adding several algorithms (functions
bodaDelay) and by writing an article about those functionalities of the package in the Journal of Statistical Software together with Dirk Schumacher and my PhD advisor Michael Höhle.
EML, an Ecological Metadata Language interface for R that I used at work and to which I started contributing a bit after noticing I could not write my first name in the metadata due to a small encoding issue.
Claudia Vitolo’s rdefra which retrieves air pollution data and metadata from the Air Information Resource (UK-AIR) of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs in the United Kingdom. See my review here.