R packages implementing soil water retention functions, soil hydraulic conductivity functions and pedotransfer functions to estimate their parameter from easily available soil properties
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README.md

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soilwater

Homepage of the soilwaterfun and soilwaterptf R packages.

The package repositry was recently moved from rforge to GitHub . Original pages:
https://r-forge.r-project.org/projects/soilwater/ http://soilwater.r-forge.r-project.org/

This page is under construction.

Please refer to the old homepage for more information.

Installation:

Development version from Github

Please make sure that the package can be installed on your version of R (type R.Version()[["version.string"]]) by checking the minimum version of R indicated in the package DESCRIPTION on Github (here and here).

To install the latest development version of the package from GitHub, you need to install the package devtools and the software bundle Rtools. Please refer to devtools README.

To install devtools, type in R command prompt:

install.packages("devtools")

Then, to install soilwaterfun from GitHub, type:

devtools::install_github("julienmoeys/soilwater/pkg/soilwaterfun")

To install soilwaterptf from GitHub, type:

devtools::install_github("julienmoeys/soilwater/pkg/soilwaterfun")
devtools::install_github("julienmoeys/soilwater/pkg/soilwaterptf")

User support:

My current work and personal situation unfortunately does not leave me much time to provide support to and answer questions from users of the soilwaterfun and soilwaterptf package. Answer to questions is likely to be erratic or very delayed.