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Production version 2.3-0

12 Dec 10:23
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Reorganised handling of NEWS files and bug reports.
The functions latest.news and bugreports capture news and bugs from all sub-packages in the spatstat family.

'Keeping up with the K-functions'

04 Nov 09:25
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This is a public release of spatstat with version number 1.64-2 and version nickname "Keeping up with the K-functions".

Summary of changes since last official release:

  • spatstat now depends on the new package spatstat.sparse.

  • spatstat now depends on R version 3.5.0 or later.

  • Changed default value of stringsAsFactors.

  • predict.mppm now works for multitype point process models.

  • Improved handling of newdata in predict.mppm.

  • More support for multi-dimensional patterns.

  • Bug fixes and minor improvements.

Detailed information about recent changes can be obtained by typing latest.news (after having loaded this release of spatstat) in an R session window.

Use the links above to download spatstat for your platform (these links are generated automatically by other servers, so they may not appear immediately). For Linux use .tar.gz, for OSX Mavericks (or higher) use .tgz if available, and for Windows use .zip if available (do not use the links labelled "source code").

'Help you I can, yes!'

10 May 03:19
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This is a public release of spatstat with version number 1.64-1 and version nickname "Help you I can, yes!".

Summary of changes since last official release:

  • Important bug fix in vcov.ppm.

  • Relative risk estimation may include case weights.

Detailed information about recent changes can be obtained by typing latest.news (after having loaded this release of spatstat) in an R session window.

Use the links above to download spatstat for your platform (these links are generated automatically by other servers, so they may not appear immediately). For Linux use .tar.gz, for OSX Mavericks (or higher) use .tgz if available, and for Windows use .zip if available (do not use the links labelled "source code").

'Susana Distancia'

27 Apr 09:31
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This is a public release of spatstat with version number 1.64-0 and version nickname "Susana Distancia".

Summary of changes since last official release:

  • Interactive graphics functions have been removed to a separate package.

  • spatstat no longer needs the packages tcltk and rpanel.

  • The suggested package maptools should be version 0.9-9 or later.

  • Important bug fix in density.ppp.

  • Add new vertices to a linear network.

  • Relative risk estimation on a network.

  • Leave-one-out density estimation on a network.

  • Improvements and extensions to linear networks code.

  • Improvements to nndist methods.

  • Function lengths.psp has been renamed lengths_psp.

  • Bug fixes related to mppm.

  • Stability improvements.

Detailed information about recent changes can be obtained by typing latest.news (after having loaded this release of spatstat) in an R session window.

Use the links above to download spatstat for your platform (these links are generated automatically by other servers, so they may not appear immediately). For Linux use .tar.gz, for OSX Mavericks (or higher) use .tgz if available, and for Windows use .zip if available (do not use the links labelled "source code").

'Made from recycled electrons'

21 Feb 10:36
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This is a public release of spatstat with version number 1.63-1 and version nickname "Made from recycled electrons".

Summary of changes since last official release:

  • Enhancement to plot.linim

  • Fill missing pixel values by taking the nearest defined pixel value.

  • Minor improvements and bug fixes.

  • spatstat now requires spatstat.utils version 1.17-0.

Detailed information about recent changes can be obtained by typing latest.news (after having loaded this release of spatstat) in an R session window.

Use the links above to download spatstat for your platform (these links are generated automatically by other servers, so they may not appear immediately). For Linux use .tar.gz, for OSX Mavericks (or higher) use .tgz if available, and for Windows use .zip if available (do not use the links labelled "source code").

'Trees in space'

23 Jan 07:23
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This is a public release of spatstat with version number 1.62-2 and version nickname "Trees in space".

Summary of changes since last official release:

  • Compute minimum or maximum nearest-neighbour distance between
    each pair of types in a multitype point pattern.

  • Important bug fix in simulations of the multitype hard core process.

  • Numerous improvements and bug fixes.

  • Deprecated functions have been removed.

Detailed information about recent changes can be obtained by typing latest.news (after having loaded this release of spatstat) in an R session window.

Use the links above to download spatstat for your platform (these links are generated automatically by other servers, so they may not appear immediately). For Linux use .tar.gz, for OSX Mavericks (or higher) use .tgz if available, and for Windows use .zip if available (do not use the links labelled "source code").

'Shape-shifting lizard'

10 Dec 05:49
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This is a public release of spatstat with version number 1.62-2 and version nickname "Shape-shifting lizard".

Summary of changes since last official release:

  • Urgent bug fixes and workarounds.

Detailed information about recent changes can be obtained by typing latest.news (after having loaded this release of spatstat) in an R session window.

Use the links above to download spatstat for your platform (these links are generated automatically by other servers, so they may not appear immediately). For Linux use .tar.gz, for OSX Mavericks (or higher) use .tgz if available, and for Windows use .zip if available (do not use the links labelled "source code").

'An update which will live in infamy'

08 Dec 09:53
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This is a public release of spatstat with version number 1.62-1 and version nickname "An update which will live in infamy".

Summary of changes since last official release:

  • spatstat now requires spatstat.utils version 1.15-0 and goftest version 1.2-2.

  • Nearest neighbour index function can now return mark values.

  • Important fix in Ripley isotropic correction.

  • Index of repulsion strength for determinantal point process models.

  • Nearest neighbours between two point patterns in any number of dimensions.

  • More options for handling bad simulation outcomes in envelope.

  • Bandwidth selectors warn about extreme values of bandwidth.

  • Tessellations on a linear network can now have marks.

  • New functions for simulating point processes on a linear network.

  • More functions for manipulating tessellations on a linear network.

  • mppm accepts case weights.

  • Bug fixes and minor improvements.

Detailed information about recent changes can be obtained by typing latest.news (after having loaded this release of spatstat) in an R session window.

Use the links above to download spatstat for your platform (these links are generated automatically by other servers, so they may not appear immediately). For Linux use .tar.gz, for OSX Mavericks (or higher) use .tgz if available, and for Windows use .zip if available (do not use the links labelled "source code").

Don't use this either

08 Dec 10:28
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This release had an internal error

Don't use this

08 Dec 10:02
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This release had an internal error.