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README.md

stableGR

Contents

Overview

Welcome to the stableGR repository, containing the production-ready version of the R package stableGR.

Repo Contents

  • R: R package code.
  • man: package documentation and usage of the stableGR package.
  • data: data included in thestableGR package.

System Requirements

Hardware Requirements

The stableGR package requires no special hardware. Because the stableGR package diagnoses convergence for Markov chains, computers with greater RAM will complete the analyses more quickly.

OS Requirements

The stableGR package was developed and tested on Ubuntu using version 3.4.3 of R. Additional testing was performed on a Windows PC and on a Mac. The package should be compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems.

Installation Guide

Before installing the stableGR package, users should have downloaded and installed R version 3.1.1 or higher from from CRAN. Installing R should take 2 to 3 minutes and installing the stableGR package should take 1 to 2 minutes.

This package will be available on CRAN once updates from the R package mcmcse are pushed to CRAN. In the meantime, the devtools package enables users to install packages directly from GitHub.

First, you will need to get three required packages:

install.packages("Rcpp") 
install.packages("RcppArmadillo")
install.packages("devtools")

Then, install mcmcse from github (rather than CRAN) so that you have the newer methods, which are not yet available on CRAN.

library(devtools)
install_github("dvats/mcmcse")

Finally, you can install the stableGR package:

install_github("knudson1/stableGR/stableGR")
library(stableGR)

The above steps need to be performed once. Once stableGR is installed on your computer, you can simply type

library(stableGR)

to use the package (just like if you had installed a package from CRAN).

Detailed directions can be found online in many places, including this source.

License

The license for stableGR is GPL-3.

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