We are pleased to announce that chronosphere v.0.3.0. is now on CRAN! This constitutes a major update to users to use chronosphere in R 4.x.x, along with major updates to the fetch function and some more variables added.
The following updates were made in chronosphere 0.3.0 (2020-06-15):
chronosphere 0.3.0 (2020-06-15) currently offers the following new features:
1. Changes to the datasets function: datasets() function gained the `dat, master and greetings arguments.
As we work on the package, incremental updates are posted on its GitHub repository. You can install the latest with
install.packages("https://github.com/adamkocsis/chronosphere/raw/master/_archive/source/chronosphere_0.2.1-59.tar.gz", repos=NULL, type="source") chronosphere 0.2.1 (2020-01-27) currently offers the following new features:
1. The nums(), colnums() and rownums() functions These shorthand functions are intended to be used for subsetting based on names attributes, when they represent numerical entries. For instance nums() is just shorthand for as.numeric(names()).
For example, if you want to select DEMs that are older than 10Ma is easier to read and write with:
We’re excited to announce that chronosphere 0.2.0 is now available on CRAN! You can install it with:
chronosphere was developed to facilitate the spatio-temporal analyses of deep time palaeoenvironment/palaeoecological research by serving as a gateway to data and tools usually used by paleontologists.
chronosphere 0.2.0 (2019-12-16) currently offers the following features:
access to various datasets (use dataindex to access the updated list of dataset available) name dat var res PALEOMAP Digital Elevation model paleomap dem 1.